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Traveling to Walt Disney World with a Friend
Using Disney Gift Cards on your Walt Disney World Vacation
Visiting Walt Disney World During The Busy Season
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When Does Your Walt Disney Vacation Really Begin?
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Driving to Disney With Your Dog: Tail-Waggin Travel Tips That Give Your Dog a Vacation, Too!
by Jennifer Marx on 03-17-2016

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Last August we welcomed a Golden Retriever/Lab mix rescue puppy to our home. He's a Pluto -- a mixed-breed, cheerful, adventurous, and loyal dog. We call him Hunter, as he's always on the hunt for treats, toys, and his people.

Fast forward to February. It's time for our 10-day trip to Walt Disney World for the runDisney Princess 5k run. Hunter is now 8 months old. At first we thought we'd leave him at our local doggie camp while we were gone, but then I got to thinking. Disney has their own on-site kennel, Best Friends Pet Care, which has been described as a doggie resort. I've heard good things about Disney's kennel. And we are driving down to Florida, so we could bring our dog along with us. If Hunter were at the Disney kennel, we'd be able to visit him -- he's never been away from his people for so long before, and this could be better for him at this stage in his development. Oh -- and bonus! -- it would cost about the same for Hunter to stay at the niftier Disney kennel as it would cost to stay at the local camp because he'd be boarded for less time. So after some rumination, we decided to take our dog with us to Disney! More ...
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Surviving 'The Drive' to Walt Disney World: A Walt Disney World Planning Article by Shaun Turner on 07-02-2015

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999 miles, 18 hours, each direction.

Such was the challenge set before my wife and I ahead of our most recent family trip to Walt Disney World. The decision to drive did not come easily, but the experience taught us much about ourselves, ...

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Using Disney Gift Cards on your Walt Disney World Vacation: A Walt Disney World Planning Article by Jocelyn Martins on 01-01-2015

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I think if there's one common thing we all attempt to do for our Walt Disney World trips, it's to save money wherever we can.

For our past vacation, we did something we hadn't done before. Prior to our trip, we purchased a large ...

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Flying to Walt Disney World from the West Coast: Getting There and Back by Roger Sauer on 09-20-2013

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I have always envied East Coasters who can drive to Walt Disney World in a day.

While we in Oregon can drive to Anaheim for a Disneyland trip (about a long16 hour or two easy 8 hour drives), when we plan a trip to the World, we must fly. ...

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When Does Your Walt Disney Vacation Really Begin?: Making the Most of Every Moment by Cheryl Pendry on 11-15-2012

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When does your Walt Disney World vacation REALLY begin?

Now surely, if ever there was one, that's got to be a simple question… doesn't? Well, yes, and no.

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Traveling to Walt Disney World with a Friend: Talk First, Book Second by Erin Conrad on 08-09-2012
I'm a married woman with two teenage sons. My whole family enjoys trips to Walt Disney World, but I seem to be more of a "Disney nut" than the rest of the family.

So, to get my Disney fix, I've traveled solo once and with friends on two ...

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The Auto Train: Getting There - Walt Disney Style by Michael Miller on 05-11-2012
Walt Disney loved trains.

From the scale model railroad he built at his house, to the trains that are integral to the Disney parks, trains were central to Walt's philosophy of fun for the whole family. For those traveling between Walt ...

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Four Lessons, One World: Disney with A New Friend by Melissa Sue Sorrells Galley & Tracy Antonioli on 10-20-2011
PassPorter is an amazing community.

It’s a great way to chat with fellow Disney fans, keep up on the latest Disney news and even make close friends. Many of us have even taken the big ...

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Visiting Walt Disney World During The Busy Season: Tips and Tricks for Survival by Cheryl Pendry on 03/11/2010

When you plan a vacation, one of the first things to consider is the time of year you're going to visit.

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More Walt Disney World Traveling articles recently added to the PassPorter collection:

WonderWorks - An Orlando Attraction Review last updated 6/3/2006

Walt Disney World Transportation - The Monorail last updated 2/15/2007

When to Visit Walt Disney World - A Planning Guide last updated 9/17/2009

The Walt Disney World Grand Slam - Four Theme Parks, One Day last updated 11/15/2007

Disney From the Driver's Seat - Behind The Scenes with Quicksilver Tours & Transportation last updated 10/2/2008

To Rent or Not To Rent - Do You Need A Car At Walt Disney World? last updated 11/15/2010

On the Road to Walt Disney World - Doing "The Drive" last updated 01/20/2009

Traveling Carry-On to Walt Disney World - Avoid Those Baggage Fees last updated 3/2/2011

Walt Disney World - Not Just For Kids last updated 03-22-2011

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