Once a year at Walt Disney World the stars seem to align. The combination of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, Free Disney Dining offers, and the Epcot Food and Wine Festival all happen at once and are just a few of the reasons we […]
The best things in life are (almost) free. At the Polynesian everything feels carefree, laid back and simple. Here are five things we love and none of them require you to fork over the 500 dollar a night required to stay there.
So Disney is obviously one of the most magical places on earth. You’ll find tons of advice on the internet(like this blog) about how to find the best deals, when to visit and what foods you should eat. Well what about all the stuff no […]
We finally got to go back to Pandora since our Passholder preview in May. Since then, they’ve worked out the kinks they were experiencing during the previews and according to cast members we had talked to, things are now in full swing and running smoothly. (more…)
What can I say, we love fall. We love fall leaves, pumpkin everything and Halloween. I always say if I had to stop going to Disney as much as we do, I would still find some way to get to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween […]
While we usually look at a summer as a great time to mess around, vacation and spend more time at the beach, Autumn brings that friendly reminder that we have to “get back to real life” soon enough. Whether you’re back at school, tackling new […]
After our almost too classy, too grown up, stay at the Grand Floridian I was reluctant to stay at Port Orleans Riverside, when obviously French Quarter has more fun. I mean, I don’t know why or how French Quarter has a King Triton pool, but it just screams “way more fun”. Riverside, however, was going to be a journey into the old south inspiration courtesy of Gone with the Wind, a favorite old movie of mine, and all I could think about was my little sister asking ” why is everyone dying in this movie?” Because that’s what the old south was, serious. Serious glamour, serious class, serious money. Serious. Not fun. Luckily, we did get some extra fun sass from The Princess and the Frog, but… would we recommend it?
If you guys remember, we were able to see Pandora during our Passholder Preview in May. During that preview period, although the crowds were really low, there were also some things that we weren’t able to experience. Pandora at night was one of them.
Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival is one of our favorite events of the entire year. Although I don’t drink much while I’m at Walt Disney World since I tend to travel with my daughter, we love trying the all new foods.