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Counter Dining in Style at Disney

July 6, 2010

Once again, I am very pleased to bring you a guest post by foodie blogger extraordinaire AJ Wolfe of the Disney Food Blog. A few weeks ago, AJ shared with us an excellent itinerary for solo travelers attending Disney World’s Food and Wine Festival.  Today, AJ discusses counter dining options located in Disney theme parks […]

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Going Solo to Disney’s Food & Wine Festival

June 8, 2010

I have mentioned in this blog before that a great way to travel solo is to pursue a passion while you travel.  For foodies, that might mean taking a cooking class in France or traveling to a food festival or event.  Today’s guest blogger, AJ Wolfe from The Disney Food Blog, elaborates on this by […]

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Top 10 Reasons to Travel Solo To Disney World

March 30, 2010

Are you a Disney fan?  Have you ever traveled to Disney World solo?  If not, you don’t know what you’re missing!  Here’s my list for the top 10 reasons why you should consider going to this fun vacation destination sans companions. 1. Single Rider Lines – This may just be the most awesome feature of […]

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Guest Post at the Disney Food Blog

October 27, 2009

Just a little news to share:  I have written a guest post for my friend AJ over at the Disney Food Blog on Dining Alone at Disney World.  Check it out!  If you’ve ever contemplated a solo trip to Disney World and wondered what it would be like to eat alone, it offers some strategies […]

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Epcot Flower & Garden Festival Photo Blog

August 13, 2009

I was very fortunate to visit Disney World this year during Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival.  I think Disney World does a phenomenal job with landscaping all the time, but for this Festival, they really outdid themselves.  Here are some of my favorite photos from my trip:

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Horseback Riding at Disney World

August 10, 2009

What ride at Disney World isn’t in one of the theme parks, doesn’t involve animatronics or rollercoasters, technology, complex engineering, piped-in music or air conditioning, is about as low-tech as you can possibly get, and is one of the oldest forms of transportation known to humankind that doesn’t involve water or flight?  If you can’t […]

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Wildlife at Disney World Photo Blog

August 6, 2009

Are you an animal lover as well as a solo traveler?  Or a nature photographer?  A birder, perhaps?  And maybe you’re not quite ready to take the plunge and go on a photo safari to Africa or alone to Costa Rica. You could always get your feet wet by going to Disney World.  Yes, Disney […]

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Restaurant Review: Disney’s Liberty Tree Tavern

August 3, 2009

You know how sometimes, you just get a craving for a good burger and nothing else will satisfy?  That happened to me at Disney World in May.  I was there for a week, and I had amazing, tastebud-tantalizing, flavor-explosion meals every day, but by the end of the week, I craved nothing more than I […]

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Restaurant Review: Disney’s Tangierine Cafe

July 31, 2009

I’ve always loved the Morocco pavilion of Epcot’s World Showcase.  It is easily (for me) the most attractive and photogenic “country” in Epcot. The exotic architecture is stunning, the courtyard fountains lovely, and no matter how long I spend poking around the alleyways and nooks and crannies, I always find the most amazing attention to […]

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