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Vacation of a lifetime at Disney World

photo thumbnail Photo courtesy of Rebecca Sustaita

The iconic Cinderella Castle is among the many sights not to be missed at Disney World’s magic kingdom in Orlando. Millions of visitors go through the Magic Kingdom gates every year.

photo thumbnail Photo courtesy of Rebecca Sustaita

The Alice in Wonderland topiary garden is a delightful sight located at the entrance of the Mad Tea Party Teacup Ride at Florida’s Disney World.

photo thumbnail Photo courtesy of Rebecca Sustaita

Enjoying a stop to test the legend of “The Sword in the Stone” are the Sustaita siblings of Sunnyside. The Sustaita family traveled to Disney World in Orlando, Fla. this past August, where Lizze Sustaita is now working as an intern for the next several months. Also pictured are Veronica Sustaita Galvan (C) and Sam Sustaita.

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Lizze Sustaita, a sophomore at Central Washington University, is working as a Disney World college program intern, a position she auditioned for last March. As part of her internship, she earns college credits while working in the “best place in the world.” Here, she models the colonial uniform she wears while working at the Sleepy Hallow Tavern at the Liberty Square attraction.

photo thumbnail Photo courtesy of Rebecca Sustaita

One of Sam Sustaita‘s favorite parts of his recent Disney World trip was a visit to the Haunted Mansion. The view of the mansion is as seen from Tom Sawyer Island situated close to the waterways connecting the various parts of the park attractions.

photo thumbnail Photo courtesy of Rebecca Sustaita

Welcome to the Magic Kingdom, gateway to Disney World in Orlando, Fla. One trip is not enough to take in the sights of this American treasure, said Rebecca Sustaita, who with her husband Nick traveled to Florida last August to see their daughter Lizze settle into the Disney World college program.

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The balcony of Cinderella’s Castle is best seen up close, according to Veronica Sustaita Galvan.

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