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In each issue we like to highlight tips and tidbits from our readers. If you have a tip to share, send it to us at magicallyspeaking@themouseforless.com.


Published on Dec 28, 2011

My tip is a mess saver for a family with kids! I always travel with a plastic toothbrush holder and a liquid soap dispenser. It eliminates a lot of the sink top mess you get when traveling. (Submitted by Patti B.)

Each issue we will feature a snippet of what you could learn by listening to the Be Our Guest Podcast. Be sure to check back each issue for more fun.

From Episode 396: Be Our Guest Annual Gift Exchange

Every year the Be Our Guest Podcast does a virtual Holiday Gift Exchange. It is a fun light hearted episode that will hopefully give you a laugh or two. We wish you the best Holiday Season ever!

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Published on Dec 14, 2011

For those with small children, or even just timid ones, using Child Swap is a great way for the bolder riders to be able to enjoy their trip as well. Ask the Cast Member at the entrance for a Child Swap ticket. Part of the group can hang back with the child while the party rides. When the first half of the party gets done riding the rest of group can then ride the attraction with a minimal wait. (Submitted by Sherry R.)

Each issue we will feature a snippet of what you could learn by listening to the Be Our Guest Podcast. Be sure to check back each issue for more fun.

From Episode 392: Planning a Last Minute Trip to WDW

When taking a last minute trip, treat it as a one that allows you to do things that you normally wouldn’t. If you can’t get Advanced Dining Reservations to your favorite restaurants, try some new ones or try eating at counter service restaurants more. You can also try to relax a bit more on your vacation. Stop and smell the roses by sitting and people watching or try going to a water park. A last minute trip can really be a freeing experience because you don’t have the time to uber plan. Relax and enjoy!

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Published on Nov 30, 2011

We always take antibacterial wipes with us. The first thing we do when we get in our room is wipe down the phone, remote, light switches, faucets, drawer handles, safe key & door knobs. Mousekeeping is good but it never hurts to wipe! (Submitted by Brenda D.)

Each issue we will feature a snippet of what you could learn by listening to the Be Our Guest Podcast. Be sure to check back each issue for more fun.

From Episode 386: Holiday Preview

While there are certainly some big must dos at WDW around the holidays there are some that aren’t so obvious. One of these is the Holidays Around the World at Epcot. Holiday Storytellers can be found in each country around the World Showcase. These Storytellers share the traditions of their country for the season and spread messages of goodwill. Hear tales of characters like China’s Monkey King, France’s Pere Noel and Mexico’s Three Kings. It’s a great way to teach children the differences between the United States and other countries as well as similarities too.

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Published on Nov 16, 2011

My tip is to take advantage of the package drop off.

If you buy something early enough in the day, you can have it shipped to the front of the park for pickup on your way out. There’s no need to lug extra stuff around, having to worry about losing it or passing up a larger item because you don’t want to carry it for the next several hours. The service is free.

In addition, if you are staying on property, you can go one step further & have it shipped back to your resort & pick it up the next day. (Submitted by Cheryl K.)

Each issue we will feature a snippet of what you could learn by listening to the Be Our Guest Podcast. Be sure to check back each issue for more fun.

From Episode 384: Dolphins, Flying Fish, and Romance

Going on a date night at Walt Disney World, but don’t have a dining reservation? Consider dining at Flying Fish Café at the Boardwalk. They have a Chef’s Bar where you can dine and watch the chefs prepare your food. You can interact with the chefs and see what they are making and it is a unique experience for sure. There are plenty of choices for seafood lovers and non-seafood lovers alike. Keep in mind; if you are using one of the Disney Dining Plans, this is a Signature Dining restaurant.

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Published on Nov 2, 2011

Whenever my husband and I visit Disney’s Hollywood Studios, we always take a trip over to The Magic of Disney Animation where guests can receive tips on drawing a Disney character in a 20-minute presentation. To keep the drawings from getting ripped or crumpled, we bring paper towel or aluminum foil tubes. We roll up our drawings and place them inside of tubes. On our last few visits we even brought extra tubes with us (in our backpack) and handed them out to families who didn’t know what to do to keep their drawings safe. They were most appreciative. (Submitted by Brenda F.)

Each issue we will feature a snippet of what you could learn by listening to the Be Our Guest Podcast. Be sure to check back each issue for more fun.

From Episode 378: “Live Performances at WDW”

There are a lot of great live performances that can be found all around Walt Disney World. Some of them will have specific show times scheduled (make sure to check a Times Guide when in the parks) and some you will find through pure luck.

One of our favorites is someone who you may not even know is there, even if you happen upon her. DiVine is a human plant (that’s really the best way to describe her) that can be found on the path from Africa to Asia in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. She moves in a kind of slow ballet and often times, if there isn’t a crowd around her, you really could miss her as she blends in with the scenery so well. Once you find her though, you could spend forever just standing there in awe.

To find out more about DiVine or any of our other favorite Live Performers make sure to listen to this episode of the Be Our Guest Podcast!

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Published on Oct 19, 2011

I scrapbook and make autograph books for my daughter and me. I tend to have tons of paper, so I made a few “extra” ones to give to well behaved kids who were in line but didn’t have an autograph book of their own. The kids loved being recognized for good behavior and the parents are proud of their children. Plus, it makes my day to be able to share a little extra magic. (Submitted by Barbara C.)

Each issue we will feature a snippet of what you could learn by listening to the Be Our Guest Podcast. Be sure to check back each issue for more fun.

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Featured Tip (From Episode 377 – Port Orleans French Quarter in August)

For those with kids where swimming is an essential portion of a vacation: if a value pool isn’t as exciting anymore, consider staying at a Moderate resort. Moderate resorts have extensively themed pools with play areas and slides. On this particular episode, Jeff decided to stay at Port Orleans French Quarter because his kids were starting to really enjoy swimming and they loved the Serpent Slide and the whole Doubloon Lagoon area! According to Jeff, his kids went down the slide thousands of times! Want to hear about the rest of Jeff’s trip? Listen to the Be Our Guest Podcast!

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Published on Oct 5, 2011

Buy glow sticks at the dollar store at home. They are easy to pack and you get so many! We always share them with others around us at the fireworks and on the busses. It makes a little one’s day! (Submitted by Robin H.)

Each issue we will feature a snippet of what you could learn by listening to the Be Our Guest Podcast. Be sure to check back each issue for more fun.

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From Episode 370: “Annual Passes”

Make sure to really do the math to see if an Annual Pass is right for your family. Depending on the number of days you’ll be there an AP could just be the ticket, however, it may not. It is not always best to assume that purchasing an Annual Pass will be your best bet on certain trips. Sometimes it really can be better to purchase a 10 Day, No Expiration park pass. You shouldn’t rely on Disney releasing an AP discount to help to justify the cost of an AP purchase because sometimes better options become available. Like we said, it’s always best to do the math.

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Published on Sep 21, 2011

Pack a gallon size zip lock bag. Even if you carry a back pack or bag, put all cellphones, cameras, wallets etc. in the ziplock bag. I can’t tell you how often we’ll be in the park and it suddenly starts to rain. That zip lock bag has saved our electronics multiple times! (Submitted By Julie D.)

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Each issue, we will feature a new tip from the
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Mouse Magic in a Minute Featured Tip:

Batteries have become an indispensable part of our lives and never more so than when we are on vacation!

Make a note or set a reminder to charge your batteries a day or two before you leave for your trip. Charging them before you even leave home will guarantee that you don’t miss the chance to capture your memories!

Published on Sep 7, 2011

Take a power strip so that you can charge all phones, cameras, etc in one place. There is a smaller chance you will forget your chargers when you pack to come home.

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Mouse Magic in a Minute Featured Tip:

Here’s a great way to help little ones understand how long the drive is going to be. Estimate the number of hours the trip is going to take including times for stopping for restroom breaks and dining. Take construction paper in several colors and cut into strips; one for each hour the trip is going to take. Glue or tape each strip into a loop and make a chain out of them. Take the paper chain in the car with you and each time an hour passes, have a child tear one of the loops off of the chain. You’ll be surprised how much it helps them understand how much there is to go!


Published on Aug 24, 2011

My tip is a mess saver for a family with kids! I always travel with a plastic toothbrush holder and a liquid soap dispenser. It eliminates a lot of the sink top mess you get when traveling. (Submitted by Patti B.)

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Each issue, we will feature a new tip from the
Mouse Magic in a Minute podcast. Be sure to
listen to the podcast each week for your Mouse
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Mouse Magic in a Minute Featured Tip:

Packing Cubes are a travelers secret weapon. They are small, zippered pouches that come in a variety of shapes and sizes. You can find them nearly anywhere that sells luggage. The nice thing about the cubes is you can stay organized in a number of different ways. For example, you can pack each traveler’s clothes together, day by day, or pack similar items of clothes together. By choosing a system that works for you, you will find packing and unpacking to be a breeze.


Published on Aug 10, 2011

At Hollywood Studios, as soon as it opens, send one of your party with all your tickets to get Fast Passes for Toy Story Mania for later in the day as those Fast Passes are usually gone by noon. (Submtted by Lois S.)

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Each issue, we will feature a new tip from the
Mouse Magic in a Minute podcast. Be sure to
listen to the podcast each week for your Mouse
Magic in a Minute tip!

Mouse Magic in a Minute Featured Tip:

Packing Cubes are a travelers secret weapon. They are small, zippered pouches that come in a variety of shapes and sizes. You can find them nearly anywhere that sells luggage. The nice thing about the cubes is you can stay organized in a number of different ways. For example, you can pack each traveler’s clothes together, day by day, or pack similar items of clothes together. By choosing a system that works for you, you will find packing and unpacking to be a breeze.


Published on Jul 27, 2011

Use the mini M&M containers to store the money for pressed pennies. We layer 2 quarters then a penny & repeat so that we always have the change needed for the machine & we make sure that only the pre-1982 pennies are used for our pressed pennies. (Submitted by Penny R.)

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Each issue, we will feature a new tip from the
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Mouse Magic in a Minute Featured Tip:

If it takes you more than one day to travel to Disney by car, you can save yourself some effort by planning your packing. Here’s the idea: Pack the clothes and personal items you’ll need while you’re traveling in a separate bag from what you’ll need once you reach your final destination. Then, just take the things you’ll need while on the road into your hotel room each night. Remember to keep the remaining luggage left in your car secure and out of sight.


Published on Jul 13, 2011

Whether you rent one or take your own, take a brightly colored scarf or cloth and tie it on your stroller. This will help you find your stroller after you get done with an attraction. The Cast Members are constantly moving strollers so yours may not be where you placed it. The scarf will be an easy way to identify your stroller amongst the sea of all the others.

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Each issue, we will feature a new tip from the
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Mouse Magic in a Minute Featured Tip:

There are a lot of Disney Travel Guide Books out there. Buying several can get expensive quickly. So, how can you have the benefit of the books without breaking the bank? Check your pubic library, of course. Most libraries have travel sections and with the popularity of the Disney Parks, it makes it very likely there will be several to choose from. Check out several guides and find out which one you like the best. Then, go ahead and buy the one that appeals to you the most so you can have it with you during your trip!

For more tips, join Carla each week on the Mouse Magic in a Minute podcast.


Published on Jun 29, 2011

Doing laundry on vacation is never fun. Add in packing restrictions it is even less fun. Purex makes 3-in-1 (detergent, softener, anti-static) laundry sheets that will serve all of your dirty clothes fighting needs! No liquids and no mess, these sheets also smell pretty darned good! Don’t forget, lots of WDW resorts have laundry facilities near the pool. You can have a blast swimming and come home with clean clothes!

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Mouse Magic in a Minute Featured Tip:

Do you have a suitcase that looks like every other bag at baggage claim? Many bags do look alike! Make your luggage stand out by decorating it with colorful plastic tape. Be creative and make sure to put some kind of identifying mark on each side of the bag. Try to use similar markings on each bag so it’s easier to tell which bags go together.

For more tips, join Carla each week on the Mouse Magic in a Minute podcast.


Published on Jun 15, 2011

Looking for a way to save a little money on meals? When on a tighter budget, consider splitting an appetizer and entrée or an entrée and dessert. Portion sizes are usually HUGE at Walt Disney World, allowing guests to eat without over indulging too much. (Plus, then you can get a Mickey bar later!)

(Submitted by Margaret O.)

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Mouse Magic in a Minute Featured Tip:

You usually think of a photo album as something to help you remember your trip, but it turns out one can be helpful as you are starting to plan your trip as well. Get an inexpensive photo album and add travel documents as you collect them. Try to find a small album that’s easy to carry and keep in mind, it doesn’t have to be anything fancy. A little photo album is a great place to keep dining reservations, hotel reservations, and park tickets securely together in one place. You can also add important phone numbers and even your room number once you arrive. Plus, it’s a great place to store and keep safe those souvenir type items like Park Maps and unused Fastpass tickets that so many of us like to keep for our future memories!

For more tips, join Carla each week on the Mouse Magic in a Minute podcast.


Published on Jun 1, 2011

If you’re saving for a Disney trip, consider purchasing Disney gift cards each month with the money that’s being saved for the trip. This way, you won’t have to worry about having large credit card bills when you return. Also, the gift cards are a great way to control spending on things like souvenirs and dining in the park, because if there is a set amount already on the card, you are less likely to spend excess money during your stay. Another great tip about the Disney gift cards is to give each child a gift card, which would be their spending limit on their souvenirs for their trip.

(Submitted by Linda B.)

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Mouse Magic in a Minute Featured Tip:

If you are using a rental car during your trip to the Orlando area, Make sure you have change with you. Toll roads are a fact of life near the resorts and you want to make sure you have change ready if you come to a toll booth that isn’t staffed.


Published on May 18, 2011

For guests who are on a tight budget or who own are staying at a DVC resort, or even those who have something specific they need during their Disney vacation, check out gardengrocer.com. Guests can order groceries and have them delivered right to your door. There is a delivery fee attached, but this can be an especially handy tool for guests who are flying in with no rental car.

(Submitted by Claire)

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Disney’s Photopass system is a great way to get group photos with EVERYONE in the group included! These photographers can be found in all the best photo spots and it doesn’t cost anything to get a photo taken; you can buy only the photos you like once you return home. The key to the Photopass system is the Photopass card.

When you get your first portrait done you’ll get a special card from the CM who takes your picture. Then, when you get your photos taken at other spots around the parks, make sure to hand the CM your same card. Now, here’s the tip: make sure to write down the identification number that can be found on the back of the card, or better yet, take a picture of it with your cell phone or camera. That way you have a record of the card’s number if you should happen to lose it. You’ll still be able to view those photos when you get home, even without having the card!

For more tips, join Carla each week on the Mouse Magic in a Minute podcast.


Published on May 4, 2011

Visiting with your children for the first time? While they can be a bit expensive, character meals can be a great way to visit with some of your child’s favorite characters while avoiding the crowds, lines and hot sun. They come right to you! (Submitted by Joan “Lola” N.)
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It’s never a problem finding something to eat when you’re at either the Walt Disney World or the Disneyland Resorts, the hard part is in making a choice. So, how exactly do you choose? It always pays to plan ahead. You can find restaurant information at themouseforless.com. The items and prices listed might change but, with a little research, you can get a good idea if the particular restaurant meets your tastes and budget. If you’re already in the parks, you can find the current menu posted outside the restaurant. Checking out menus ahead of time can save you from waiting for a table, only to discover it’s not what you had in mind. So plan ahead, and bon appetit.

For more tips, join Carla each week on the Mouse Magic in a Minute podcast.


Published on Apr 20, 2011

My tip is this. Do not try to do EVERYTHING! Disney is a magical place and the little things — from the flowers to the rides — can be thoroughly enjoyed. We try to take our time and smell the roses. Disney is constantly changing. We stop and check out the little things if an opportunity arises — from a band playing or discovering that baby bunnies are living in a group of bushes. Disney is to be savored. That is the magic of Disney. It is the world we all hope to live in day to day. So when my family is there that is exactly what we do. (Submitted by Charmaine Craggs)

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Each issue, we will feature a new tip from the Mouse Magic in a Minute podcast. Be sure to listen to the podcast each week for your Mouse Magic in a Minute tip!

Mouse Magic in a Minute Featured Tip:

Parking lots at Disney are huge. It’s easy to misplace your car, especially if it’s a rental car you aren’t familiar with. To remember where you parked, take a picture of the row number you park in. Each lot is clearly marked with the lot name and row number. In this case, a picture is not only worth a thousand words, but can save a thousand steps.

For more tips, join Carla each week on the Mouse Magic in a Minute podcast.


Published on Apr 6, 2011

Note from the editors: We have a clarification to our tip from the last issue. It seems that the Disney Merchandising phone number is now 407-363-6200. Sorry for any confusion!

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Have you ever been faced with a child and an armful of stuffed animals when packing for a trip? Sarah shared a tip with the podcast on how her family solved that problem. All of her daughter’s current “furry friends” stayed home to watch the house. When the family arrived at Walt Disney World, they made a special trip to the World of Disney to pick out one new animal to accompany them on the trip. It not only cut down on the number of toys her daughter brought, but it also helped her know that she had already gotten a souvenir when confronted with the many shops in and around the parks.

For more tips, join Carla each week on the Mouse Magic in a Minute podcast.


Published on Mar 23, 2011

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Mouse Magic in a Minute Featured Tip:

Make your luggage look unique! Make sure to put an identifying mark on each side of your bag in order to find your luggage at baggage claim. Some colorful plastic tape and a little bit of ribbon can guarantee your bags travel to the same place you do. It will help to mark each of your bags in a similar way in order to make finding them all easier.

For more tips, join Carla each week on the Mouse Magic in a Minute podcast.


Published on Mar 9, 2011

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Mouse Magic in a Minute Featured Tip:

Did you know that you can contact Disney merchandising directly from home? By calling 407-560-8058, you can order any item you can find in the park. Just make sure that you know the store where your souvenir can be purchased, and they’ll be able to find it for you. This is great of those forgotten items, or to save on extra airline baggage fees. Shipping the item can be less than bringing home an additional piece of luggage.

For more tips, join Carla each week on the Mouse Magic in a Minute podcast.


Published on Feb 23, 2011

Howdy, we stayed at Animal Kingdom Lodge last year in late January when it was rainy and cold. My son celebrated his 9th birthday during the trip, but we forgot to get a birthday cake. So, we went to the Mara quick service place and asked if they could make/get a cake. They said yes, and just needed to know when and where we wanted the cake. I said after 7 p.m. when we would be back from the fun of Disney World.

Anyway, we got back after 8 p.m. (oops), raced down to Mara for the cake. Manager on duty had no clue and didn’t seem to care either. So, wanting some disney magic I went over to the Boma. This manager was on the ball, when
she heard my request she said “Sorry they only have 10inch chocolate cakes! Then she asked if i needed candles and plates. She wanted to know my son’s name, so she could spell it with icing on the cake!!!! WOW. This was why i love disney. The birthday was saved and with pixie dust to boot! Can’t wait to go back. (Submitted by Clif B.)

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A golf towel is the perfect park accessory! Use it not only to dry off a wet seat, but also clean a dirty face, or wet it down to keep yourself cool in the summer sun! It’s not too big, and even has a clip to attach it to your backpack or stroller.

For more tips, join Carla each week for another tip on the Mouse Magic in a Minute podcast.


Published on Feb 9, 2011

Take a bottle of water to the park with you. And be sure to get some of the Crystal Lights drink mixes to carry along too. Then when the water is gone, fill it up at the park, add the drink mix and POOF, you have a cheaper and better tasting drink than JUST park water!. (Submitted by Carol D.)

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If you’re driving, try audio books. You can borrow them from your library. Or, buy them from Cracker Barrel, keep the receipt, and return it to any Cracker Barrel when you’re finished and they’ll refund you the purchase price less $3.50 for each week you’ve had the book. You can find Cracker Barrels on your way at http://www.crackerbarrel.com/trip-booksaudio.cfm?doc_id=48. (Submitted by Binnie)


Published on Jan 26, 2011

Decem-brrrrrr. My sister, father and I visited WDW 12/4/10 through 12/10/10. I would not recommend visiting at this time at all. I had heard so much of how “magical” this time was and we were eager to experience the Disney magic. Personally, I felt as if I was visiting a giant department store with lovely decorations, but no joy or soul. The saving grace to the experience was the wonderful “Animation Academy” in Hollywood Studios. As a fan of animation it was a treasure to create Stitch and Mickey. Our Mouse-for-Less agent. Tina, was wonderful. The dining plan was fantastic and our rooms were great. Next time we’ll visit in October…for Halloween. (Submitted by M.A.)

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Before leaving on a trip, make sure you check your toiletries for any medication you might need. Although it may be available at the resort, the cost will be quite high. A small bottle of pain reliever and some band-aids don’t take up much room, but are really handy to have if you need them. (Submitted by Nicole M.)


Published on Jan 12, 2011

In each issue we like to highlight tips from our readers. If you have a tip to share, send it to us at magicallyspeaking@themouseforless.com.

I have two tips for your readers:

Animal Kingdom’s Picnic in the Park is seasonal. It was not available when we visited the week after Thanksgiving.

At Epcot’s Kidcot stations, they are using Duffy the Bear Sticks and stamps of Duffy the Bear. Masks were nowhere to be found nor were the additional add on icons. (Submitted by Carrol B.)


You can call the red phone booths in Epcot’s England

407-827-9861 Right Booth
407-827-9862 Left Booth
407-827-9863 Center Booth

People we re calling them today and having fun conversations with the people who answered. (Submitted by Max C.)

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