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Bodaciously Awesome Family Show: ‘Disney’s Magic Kingdom’

As we continue our journey through Florida Theme Parks (Disney’s Animal Kingdom was the last one we did), we obviously needed to hit the Magic Kingdom. You can’t do a series of podcasts and not mention the main park of the land.

The interesting thing about the Magic Kingdom is the age gap that most enjoys it. Little kids love it. Adults love it. Tweens and teens? Not usually listed in their favorite parks. This was our first time going in awhile. With our oldest now 11, we wondered if he’d still be captured by the Magic of the park. We figured the younger one would love it (he did) but would the older one?

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This post was last modified on April 30, 2018 3:20 pm

Adam DiMuzio

Adam and his sons (Anthony and Zachary) host the Bodaciously Awesome Family Show. A podcast dedicated to helping maximize their kids experiences, and for kids to reap the fun. Right now they are likely playing a game, watching a movie or mindlessly arguing over which of us is more awesome.

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