Holly Wiencek

Holly Wiencek is the author of Capturing the Magic: A Photographic Journey Through the Walt Disney World Parks. A Florida native and lifelong Disney enthusiast, Holly has been visiting Disney Parks since she was a toddler. With countless visits to both Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort, she has spent a lifetime exploring and learning about the history and legacy Walt Disney left behind and the details created by Disney Imagineering. She spends her spare time making Disney magic in her everyday life and enjoys sharing that magic with her husband and her daughter, Abby. Visit www.capturing-the-magic.com for a preview of the stunning coffee table book, Capturing the Magic and purchase your copy today.

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Author's posts

Apr 23

Port Orleans French Quarter Resort

Looking for a great place to stay on the WDW property?  Look no further than the Port Orleans French Quarter.  I have stayed at all of the moderate resorts on the property and this one is my favorite by far.  With it’s large carnival masks, wrought iron appointments and cobblestone streets you’ll feel like you …

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Apr 21

Tony’s Town Square Restaurant

With so much to offer at the WDW resort, it is hard to know where to start.  I could jump around from park to park and tell you all of my favorite rides, restaurants, shops, etc. but I am not going to.  I am going to start with the Magic Kingdom – the heart and …

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Apr 19

Mad About the Mouse

Welcome to the Mad About The Mouse blog.  ºoº   Anybody who knows me, knows that I am a complete Disney World freak and a walking wealth of knowledge of Disney history.   This magical world has captivated me since my first visit when I was only 19 months old in 1971, the year the …

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