How magical is EPCOT to you at night?
Are you planning on staying at the new Art of Animation hotel?
When we were younger and a new hotel opened, it was a Dillo tradition to drive over to the new area and check it out. We were always intrigued to see the new theme Disney had come up with, how the pool area may be different than some others and whether or not we would be won over by the lobby alone.
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The 20th-annual Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival will take place March 6 through May 19, 2013, at Walt Disney World Resort. Highlights of the 2013 Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival will include festival-themed “culinary creations” and “refreshing libations,” Fab Five Topiary Barbecue, Land of Oz Play Area, Illuminated Gardens, “Monsters University” topiary, Phineas and Ferb topiary, “Radiator Springs” interactive play zone, Fawn’s Butterfly House, daily hands-on gardening seminars and much more! In addition the Flower Power concert series will feature Chubby Checker & The Wildcats (March 15-17), The Guess Who (March 22-24), Nelson (March 29-31), The Turtles featuring Flo & Eddie (April 5-7), Paul Revere & the Raiders (April 12-14), The Village People (April 19-21), The Orchestra Featuring Former Members of ELO (April 26-28), Tommy Roe (May 3-5), Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone (May 10-12) and Starship starring Mickey Thomas(May 17-19). The festival is included in…
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One of the first questions I’m usually asked when discussing travel to Disney World is “Where should I stay?” I’d love to say that there’s a single answer that is right for everyone, but there really isn’t. I think the discussion comes down to one major question. Do you want to stay on property or off. There are pros and cons to each and I’m here to help you separate the two and make the decision that works best for you and your family.
Let’s start with staying on property, i.e. in one of the Disney owned resorts:
Staying on Disney property is a great experience and one that I recommend everyone try at least once. When you stay on property, it’s like the magic continues from the time you wake up until you go back to sleep. Disney resorts are well maintained and range from economical to luxurious. All…
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