It’s that time of year again. The time when rumors start to fly, speculations start to brew and tension runs high. Everyone and their brother in the Disney universe starts to wonder when will Walt Disney World release the free dining plan. Well, it’s here! […]
Looking for a budget lunch on the Disney Boardwalk? Hurricane Hanna’s Waterside Bar and Grill is tucked in a corner between The Beach Club and The Yacht Club. With tables, lounge chairs and a nearby pool and beach to set up your afternoon picnic, and […]
The International Festival of the Arts returns to Walt Disney World from Jan 18- Feb 25, 2019. This arts festival is the newest festival at Epcot welcoming artists, food designers and Broadway performers to the Epcot World Showcase for 39 days. With so much to do, […]
Tokyo Dining at Walt Disney World’s Epcot Japan Pavilion is a table service restaurant somewhat hidden. It doesn’t have the hoopla of the hibachi grill you’ll find at Teppan Edo. And it’s not as pricey as Morimoto Asia in Disney Springs. So what can you expect at Tokyo Dining? Well, with a penchant for Japanese cuisine, and something fancy every once in a while, we decided to try it out sans sushi and see what there was to actually dig or teeth into.
We love resort hopping. We love trying resort restaurants, exploring resort grounds and sometimes even just checking out the resort gift shops. Animal Kingdom Lodge has always been a favorite of ours and its one we find ourselves spending a lot of time in to […]
Every January Walt Disney World welcomes artists and artisans to the International Festival of the Arts at Epcot. For 2019 we’ll see new foods, new artists and a daily concert series. Since January weather in Florida is usually mild, if you’re looking for an easy […]
One of the biggest questions we get asked is, “How do you afford to travel so much?”. While it would be easy to just say its a lot of careful planning and budgeting(don’t get us wrong- it is), we have also found some tips that work to consistently save us money. Using a third party, such as Expedia or Hotels.com to book our trips to Disney is one of our favorite ways to save money when traveling! (more…)
Hello 2019! Planning a Disney vacation this year? Check out the Walt Disney World 2019 Calendar of Events. Here you’ll find all the holidays, and Disney events that may or may not affect your Disney Vacation Plans. If you’re traveling to Walt Disney World in […]
Walt Disney World is the happiest place on earth. Just like all Disney Parks. But what would you say if it was really just a matter of science? Disney makes you happier with stress relieving smells, sights, sounds and secrets. Here’s a few ways you can get extra happy at home with these Disney happiness secrets. No Disney vacation required!
With so many new things opening up at Walt Disney World lately, it can be hard to keep up! We’ve been anxiously waiting to see what Walt Disney World has dreamt up for the new look of Caribbean Beach Resort. And along with that, their […]
If you’re traveling to Disney, chances are you have come across tons of travel tips, planning guides and everything you need to know to make your Disney vacation perfect. But there are definitely a few things that could totally ruin your vacation if you aren’t […]
Mickey’s Christmas Carol is one of our favorite holiday films. By the time Christmas Eve arrives we’ve watched Mickey’s Christmas Carol several times throughout the season. Our favorite Disney characters, in our favorite roles, learn lessons we need so much in our lives. We’ve talked before about how Mickey’s Christmas Carols holds a special place in our hearts. This is due to a rather ritualistic (aka almost daily) listening of an old record our parents had during the Christmas season. Incidentally, it was the same record that inspired Walt Disney Studios to create the short film we now watch every year.
When Mickey’s Christmas Carol came out in 1983, it had been over 30 years since anyone had seen Mickey Mouse in a cartoon.