No one is too old for fairytales

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We all could use a little magic in our lives, a little happiness and perhaps some fairytales. Maybe that’s why I love Disney so much. During those times that we are at the most magical place on earth, we get to experience that magic, those moments of happiness, fairytales and pixie dust! It’s a wonderfully magically place.

I can’t pinpoint why I’m so addicted. And it feels like an addiction. When I don’t have a trip planned, I start to really be focused on it. I become obsessed about returning.

What do you love about Disney World? I won’t lie, one of my favorite Disney qualities is that I can eat like a normal person at Disney. [I’m celiac so I medically have to eat gluten free.] I’m not left out of too much at Disney. Well, except the cronut. Disney, please make me a gluten free cronut. A cronut is part doughnut, part croissant. I do feel deprived missing out on the cronut. I can’t even stop saying that word. Cronut!  However, there is so much amazing yumminess that I can maybe let the cronut go.  (Well no.  Disney, please just make the cronut gluten free.) But I do get to enjoy the best onion rings and fried chicken strips (they make a fish & chips, but I choose not to eat seafood) at Raglan Road in Disney Springs.  This may be my favorite restaurant anywhere.  There’s fun Irish dancing and great bands. I keep thinking we should try the many other wonderful places to dine in Disney Springs, but I keep going back to Raglan Road.

The eating aside, there are many other wonderful things about Disney World. It transforms you out of the real world. And who doesn’t have occasions where they want to be transformed out of the real world. It’s great that it’s entertaining for adults and children alike.

There are so many wonderful places in the world, and yet, I’m drawn back to one part of the world, Disney World.  What keeps you interested? Why do you keep returning?

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