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Why would you plan after your Disney Parks trip is over? Well, you wouldn't, but that is not what this page is about. The following are suggestions that those who enjoyed their Disney vacations might embrace to keep the magic alive after leaving Orlando.
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Listen to Disney Music
If you enjoy the sounds of Disney World, considering purchasing Disney music or listening to one of the many Internet music stations that play sounds from the Disney Parks.
Participate in an Internet Community
The Internet is home to many discussion boards and blogs that deal with Disney theme parks. There, you can share your experiences (perhaps writing a trip report) and learn from others. In addition, social media tools like Twitter and Facebook offer opportunities to experience theme parks through the tweets and messages from others. If you have the time and interest, you can engage with Disney fans of all shapes, colors, nationalities, etc.
Listen to Podcasts
As suggested on the Months in Advance Planning (which lists some recommended podcasts), podcasts can be great sources of information. They also can keep you engaged in Disney Parks happenings well after your trip is over.
Plan Another Trip
One way to get over the completion of one trip is to start planning another. Equipped with knowlege from your last trip, you are better prepared to create a marvelous experience for your family. Visit the Months in Advance Planning to start over.