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Top 5 Beautiful Spots at Disney World to Enjoy for Free!

by FrogBlog on October 15, 2013 · 0 Comments · in Disney Crafts & Fun Stuff, Family Travel

Mommy Frog’s Note: We were so excited that so many of you submitted your theme park Top 5 list for the September Undercover Tourist of the Month Contest! Today we’re very excited to announce that Chip Rohrbach of Pennsylvania is our lucky winner, for his wonderful piece on the most beautiful spots at Disney World [...]

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Disney World, Universal & SeaWorld Planning for October

We absolutely love fall at the theme parks. While the leaves may not be turning in sunny Orlando, we love that the theme parks get dressed up in their best Halloween outfits and fall decor. If you’re planning a vacation, October is a good month because of the medium-sized crowds and the number of not-to-be-missed [...]

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Disney World Vacation Tips for Large Families

by FrogBlog on September 24, 2013 · 2 Comments · in Family Travel

By guest blogger Leslie Smittle of Leslie’s Little Smittles While Disney World really is a place where dreams come true, it can be a challenge if you’re traveling as a large family. Proper planning is crucial.  My husband and I will make our next journey to Disney this fall with our six children under age [...]

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Parks News: Princess Fairytale Hall to Open Sept. 18, Starbucks Is Coming to Downtown Disney

by Leap on September 6, 2013 · 1 Comments · in News & Refurbishments

It’s time for the Frog Family’s weekly roundup of Disney and Orlando theme park tidbits from the interwebs. We love comments! Drop us a line below if you have something to share. This week’s highlights: The Disney Parks Blog confirmed what we surmised less than two weeks ago: Princess Fairytale Hall will open Sept. 18 [...]

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Disney World, Universal & SeaWorld Planning for September

September is hands down, unequivocally the very best month to visit the Orlando theme parks. At least, we sure think so. With the tadpoles back in school and the summer crowds long gone, touring the theme parks takes on a less harried pace and you can truly savor the experience. Plus, the two biggest and [...]

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