Travel and Leisure

Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party (MVMCP) 2009

If Christmas time is your favorite time of year, consider celebrating it with Mickey and the gang! While there are dozens of exciting seasonal events taking place in Disney World during the winter months, Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party (MVMCP) is probably my favorite! Bundle up with your favorite characters to experience snow on Main Street, complimentary cocoa and cookies, and a festive atmosphere throughout the park! You can even "buy a Christmas tree" from Donald!

Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party (MNSSHP) 2009

Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party is an explosion of Halloween fun in the Magic Kingdom. Running on select evenings in September, October, and November 2009, the Party transforms the Magic Kingdom into a haunted wonderland. Jack-o-lanterns glow in the windows and on the streetlights, witches and ghosts fly around Main Street, and you r favorite Disney characters are out and about in their very own Halloween costumes!

Le Cellier Steakhouse: "Canadian" Cuisine at its Finest

Ever wonder what could possibly make theme park dining worthwhile, even anticipated? Disney World's Le Cellier Steakhouse might just answer that question for you. Find out why the restaurant is booked up months in advance, and why "Canadian cuisine" is in such high demand.

Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge Concierge Accommodations

One of the best ways to experience Disney World's authentic, African safari-themed resort hotel, Animal Kingdom Lodge, is by staying in the exclusive concierge level accommodations: the "Kilimanjaro Club." Enjoy high-end, round the clock service, complimentary food and beverages, exclusive safari opportunities, and more by choosing Animal Kingdom Lodge Concierge. 

Activities at Disney's Wilderness Lodge

Disney World's Wilderness Lodge is one of over 20 hotels inside the grounds of Walt Disney World and offers dozens of fun activities for guests. Check-in and explore the nature and jogging trails, fitness center and massage treatments, and even a historical tour of the Lodge itself!

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