In each issue we share tips from our readers. If you have a tip to share send it to us at email@example.com.
We’re looking for your best tips to share with us all about touring during the summer and tips for experiencing the Epcot Food and Wine Festival. In addition we are looking for your best tips for experiencing Halloween events at Walt Disney World and Disneyland.
Trick-or-treat bags are provided at any of the candy stops or at the gate as you enter the party. The bags are on the small side and fill up very quickly. You may want to bring your own bag to avoid carrying several of Disney’s bags. If you’ll be using the Disney bag(s), be sure to get them as early as possible as, unlike candy, Disney tends to run out of bags early. As an alternative, you can purchase larger trick-or-treat bags or plastic pumpkin buckets with Mickey ears at the Emporium to gather treats or buy popcorn in one of the Hitchhiking Ghost or Hatbox Ghost Mickey popcorn bucket (available at popcorn carts) to enjoy during the parade and then use the empty bucket to trick-or-treat afterwards.
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We are excited to have Bev from New Jersey with us today to talk about a couple of fun Walt Disney World vacations! She had 30 years between her first trip as a kid and then taking her own family in August 2014. Hear about this multi-family adventure! We discuss nice stays at Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter Resort, fun meals at Biergarten and Cinderella’s Royal Table, kid’s club experiences and much more!
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