Author Archive: Aaron DelPrince

Originally from Northeast Ohio and currently living in Central Indiana, Aaron DelPrince (ADP) is a 20 year theme park veteran who often visits the Central Florida attractions with his beautiful wife and daughter Kim & Anna. From dining, attractions, special events, and even runDisney races Aaron covers all aspects of the theme park and resort experience. In his free time Aaron enjoys working out and spending time with his family. You can follow along by friending Aaron on Facebook or reading more articles on our blog. I hope to see you in the parks!

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Are You Ready for runDisney’s Tower of Terror 10-Miler Weekend?

Are You Ready for runDisney’s Tower of Terror 10-Miler Weekend?

| September 24, 2013 | 2 Replies

Ahhh…..October at Walt Disney World!  Cooler temperatures, lower humidity, the Food & Wine Festival, special parties, fall colors, and Halloween.  Let’s not forget the spooky side.  Not only does the Magic Kingdom convert to one of the nation’s best Halloween parties, but runDisney takes over part of the resort for their annual Tower of Terror [...]

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The 6th Annual Indianapolis DIS Meet for Give Kids the World

The 6th Annual Indianapolis DIS Meet for Give Kids the World

| September 12, 2013 | 1 Reply

From the Northeast, to Canada, and now to the Midwest the DIS Unplugged podcast team has been sweeping the nation to attend DIS fundraising meets in an effort to raise money for Give Kids the World Village in Central Florida.  Every dollar raised at these Disney meets goes to help send children and their families [...]

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Teeing it Up at Walt Disney World

Teeing it Up at Walt Disney World

| August 28, 2013 | 2 Replies

With so many activities available to guests, Walt Disney World is without a doubt one of the most comprehensive vacation destinations in the world.  In a lot of ways it’s what drives us to visit so often.  In our quest to try everything the resort has to offer, we sometimes go to the path less [...]

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Opening Two Disney Parks in One Day

Opening Two Disney Parks in One Day

| August 14, 2013 | 6 Replies

We’ve heard and read some of the wild antics around visiting Disney theme parks; 4 parks in one day, 6 parks in one day (Disney World to Disneyland), etc, etc.  Well, meet the newest accomplishment – opening two Disney parks in one morning.

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The Highs and Lows of a Disney Vacation

The Highs and Lows of a Disney Vacation

| July 9, 2013 | 3 Replies

No matter the length of your Disney vacation there will be moments throughout where your emotions will swing.  There will be euphoric high moments and moments when you wish you could have a “do over” or moments you would just soon forget or leave behind.  In most cases our Disney vacations are like sound waves with occasional ups [...]

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The Heat is on – Tips for Staying Cool in the Theme Parks

The Heat is on – Tips for Staying Cool in the Theme Parks

| June 14, 2013 | Reply

Nature’s clockwork is right on schedule.  The summer months are upon us and that means it’s almost surface of the sun hot at the Orlando theme parks.  Notice I said “almost”.  After all we are more than 92 million miles from the sun.  But, it doesn’t seem like it during the summer months in Orlando.  [...]

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Universal Orlando Update – New Announcements and More

Universal Orlando Update – New Announcements and More

| June 2, 2013 | Reply

Universal Orlando has finally “spilled the beans” on a couple of projects they’ve been working on for some time.  With constructions walls and building shells rising all around property we now “officially” know what’s in store for guests in the near future.  Continue reading as we update you on what’s transpiring around the theme park [...]

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Moving the Needle at the Orlando Theme Parks

Moving the Needle at the Orlando Theme Parks

| May 16, 2013 | 9 Replies

We’ve often heard the phrase ‘size matters’.  Americans have always thought that bigger is better.  In most cases that is true, but not always.  There can be disadvantages to size.  One clear disadvantage is the buzz created by a major announcement.  Depending on the size of the theme park resort major announcements like new attractions [...]

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom’s Split Personality

Disney’s Animal Kingdom’s Split Personality

| May 7, 2013 | 8 Replies

The time-honored question of Disney’s Animal Kingdom; is it a half-day park or isn’t it?  I know I’ve been caught leaning both ways when considering if it was a half day park or a full day park.  Like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde I’ve been going back and forth trying to decide.  Continue reading and [...]

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The Inaugural Give Kids the World Running Team

The Inaugural Give Kids the World Running Team

| April 20, 2013 | 1 Reply

At the beginning of 2011 the DIS began a mission to support Give Kids the World with our Power of 10 initiative.  The goal was to raise $1 million dollars by spreading the word about this fantastic charity.  Although goals are important, you’d have to agree that going above and beyond for this tremendous organization [...]

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