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Hello Disney lovers. On July 2nd, I posted a blog celebrating the birthday of Disney’s Boardwalk Resort. I told of the benefits and drawbacks of one of Disney’s finest Deluxe Resorts. However, I failed to mention one of the best features of the resort, the street performers. To me, it seems like once the sun goes down, the fun begins. The street performers generally perform either one or two at a time and far away from each other. I feel that they do this to avoid distracting each other. I also feel that they want the audience to focus on each individual performer as well. The performers I’ve seen at Disney’s Boardwalk Resort include a magician, a juggler on stilts and a man who does not talk during his act, but does tricks that you have to see to believe. In my opinion, Disney sets up the performers nicely. It seems like once one performer is done with their act, another performer starts up just minutes later or right away if you go further down the boardwalk. None of the performers take up too much room and they always encourage audience participation. Some of my favorite memories come from simply sitting on the boardwalk watching a fun act mastered by a great performer. The best part about this it that it’s all free! You don’t even have to be staying at Disney’s Boardwalk Resort to experience the acts. Disney’s Boardwalk street performers are just one of many ways to capture great Disney memories that the entire family can cherish for a lifetime. Have you ever seen a street performer at Disney’s Boardwalk Resort? If so, what did you think of it? If you haven’t seen them, would you ever consider seeing them on your next Disney World vacation? Please post your comments below or E-mail us at with your thoughts. For now though, as always, have a magical day!

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