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What is Dapper Day at Disney? (11 Tips to Make the Most of Your Day)

Dapper Day at Disney is just around the corner, are you excited?

If you have never been to any of the Dapper Day events at Disney, then get ready to learn about this super fun event at the parks.

Twice a year, Walt Disney World and Disneyland in California both celebrate Dapper Day. On these days, you are free to live out your life in the “poshest” way imaginable.

You can be all dolled up, looking prim and proper like a Southern Belle. But in an atmosphere filled with colors, laughter, style, and socializing.

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Halloween Horror Nights 2009

39 Surprising Halloween Horror Nights Rumors, Secrets and Fun Facts

With the haunt season in full effect, I thought it’d be great to give you some of the best Halloween Horror Nights rumors, secrets and fun facts to get you excited for the event.

Halloween Horrors Nights (HHN), created by Julie Zimmerman and John Paul Geurts, began as Fright Nights over in Hollywood, California and was brought to Florida in 1991 for three nights.

Because of the incredible visionaries who first brought this event to life, over the past 29 years HHN has become the premier Halloween spectacular in the world!

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Boardwalk and Baseball Circus World History Davenport Florida

The Unfortunate History of Boardwalk and Baseball

Theme Park History: Boardwalk and Baseball Theme Park

Boardwalk and Baseball was my introduction into the world of theme parks. The short lifespan of the park was sad and I’ve always wished that it had stayed around so that I could have experienced it again as an adult.

Boardwalk and Baseball was located outside of Orlando, Fl in Davenport at the corner of Interstate 4 and Highway 27. Right in the center of Florida.

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Alien Encounter Ride at the Magic Kingdom. Photo Copyright Disney Company.

The Death of ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter at the Magic Kingdom

Do you miss ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter?

A few weeks ago, on a super EXTRA hot Florida day, I spent some time in Tomorrowland at the Magic Kingdom exploring the nooks and crannies I’d ignored on prior visits.

On my journey I passed Stitch’s Great Escape with a less than five minute wait and thought to myself, “why not catch the next showing?”

So, I detoured and headed inside for the pre-show.

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How Did Walt Disney World Inside Out Become the Best? Find Out.

Do you remember the Disney Channel show from the 1990s called Inside Out?

Did the ThemeParkHipster really go there?

Yes I did 🙂

Why?

Because the other day I was checking out YouTube to watch past Walt Disney World documentaries and low and behold I came across some old videos of Walt Disney World Inside Out.

One of my absolute favorite shows ever produced on the Disney Channel!

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Maelstrom Entrance at Epcot

Saying Goodbye to Maelstrom Ride at Epcot (We’ll Miss You)

In case you are not aware, the last boat ride of Maelstrom into the wintery mysteries of Norway will take place this Sunday, October 5, 2014.

The announcement came as a shocker to most Epcot fans. However, the rumor of its Frozen-themed replacement surfaced on the Internet a few months ago and I can admit that I did not believe it.

I swore my friends up and down that there was absolutely NO WAY Disney would close such a classic and replace it with, what I felt was, a temporary cultural fad.

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Throwback Thursday: The Map Hoarder

Theme Park Maps
My Theme Park Map Collection

Who loves collecting park maps?

Me, Me, Me!

Over here!

What started off as a simple “let me have this map as a souvenir”, mainly because my mom couldn’t really afford to buy us both food and park trinkets, became a must do every time I was at a Theme Park, rest stop, or hotel. Then I started doing it because I was a very imaginative young girl and I wanted to relive the experience once I got back home.

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