A trip to Walt Disney World is full of a lot of choices, but none can be as difficult as deciding when and where to eat. Do you take the dining plan, get reservations at sit-down restaurants every day, or just eat where you at… Read More »8 Dining tricks to make your Disney Vacation more enjoyable
Fall at Walt Disney World is one of my new favorite times to be at the parks. The temperatures are still high, but the humidity has begun to drop, the delicious EPCOT Food and Wine Festival is in full swing, and the Magic Kingdom is… Read More »Fall arrives at Walt Disney World and the parks are bustling.
You plan and plan for your Walt Disney World vacation and most of the focus is on the theme parks; which rides you’ll go on first, which ones you’ll fastpass, where you’ll eat. But there is more to a Walt Disney World vacation than just… Read More »Top Five Free Non-Park Activities to Enjoy When on Vacation at Walt Disney World
Collecting signatures from Disney characters is an absolute must-do for first time visitors to a Disney Park. But for those of us who’ve already been there and done that (and don’t want yet another autograph collection taking up space on our bookshelf), there are many… Read More »Five ways to jazz up a character meet and greet
“Disney After Hours” is a new hard ticket event being offered at the Magic Kingdom on select nights in April and May. The event will give a limited amount of guests access to a select roster of attractions, character greetings, and limited dining plus access… Read More »The Magic Kingdom adds a new $150 after hours event
As we mentioned in our first post regarding Disney Parks’ switch to Demand-Based pricing for one-day tickets, multi-day tickets were also due for an increase. The Disneyland and Walt Disney World websites were updated overnight and now we know how much new tickets will be.… Read More »The impact of price increases on multi-day tickets at Disneyland and Walt Disney World
A major night club shooting and a string of recent car burglaries at international drive hotels have led to some vibrations through the Orlando tourism industry. I was interviewed today for a short piece on the local news and asked if I thought the current… Read More »Do recent events impact perception of Orlando as a safe destination for tourists?
It was Kathryn Thompson’s dream to take her take her son, daughter-in-law and two grandsons to see Mickey Mouse. Thompson was a beloved worker at the Elon University coffee shop. Elon students, Taylor Zisholtz and Lucy Smith-Williams, over heard Thompson’s wish to have a real… Read More »Elon University Cafe Worker’s Dream Disney Vacation