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How to Save Money on a Disney World Vacation

By December 27, 2012

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Mickey Mouse in parade at Disney WorldLots of people this week are busily planning a vacation to visit Mickey during spring break, so now's a good time for a reminder about some ways to keep expenses down. (And you do at least get plenty for your money at Disney World: four giant theme parks, parades and fireworks, top-quality musicals, special performances such as Fantasmic! and IllumiNations...) And see also:
Photo Teresa Plowright.
December 28, 2012 at 3:11 pm
(1) Steve Fortosis says:

I have to admit, Teresa has some great tips for the Disney family vacation, but I’ve got to throw in a gift to the all-suffering parents. How many of you get home from a wonderful family vacation more exhausted and frustrated than when you left? Even if you had some fun with the kids, you still really need at least one day or one evening of adult time by yourselves. I have no idea if the suggested vacation spots have babysitting available, but you might want to check. We own an agency in greater Sarasota, just south of Tampa, Florida. Vacationing parents are eternally grateful to us for those precious hours of total relaxation they had while the kids were being entertained by a warm, fun sitter. It isn’t cheap, but it is definitely worth the splurge once a year! You know it is. Check us out at Elite Family Care dot com.

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