Looking to relocate to the Orlando area and not really sure where to look or where to start? Here we have a list of areas and neighborhoods deemed some of the best places to live. Winter Park First I’ll start with one of my personal favorites, Winter Park. Not to be confused with Winter Garden, this […]
The beginning of a new era in Disney vacation transport is approaching! On September 29, the Disney Skyliner gondola has officially begun, flying transporting guests through the Walt Disney World Resort. Each skyliner gondola will be decorated with Disney characters & the station will have a theme based on its location. This is a new [...]
Disney World has done a great job of staying ahead of the curve and constantly adding new attractions and lands. The Magic Kingdom’s New Fantasyland, the largest expansion in Magic Kingdom history, completed its massive unveiling with the 7 Dwarves Mine Train this summer,
When you take your daughter to Disney World you do want her to have a magical time – but you don’t want to go crazy with princess overload. These 3 tips will help ensure that she gets her magical time and that you can enjoy your trip, too
You don’t always know months in advance that you’re going to be heading to Orlando on business. When a last minute trip comes up, there are 3 things you can do to make the most of your trip.
Plenty of dads have braved 300+ minute long lines to make sure their little princesses get a chance to meet with Anna and Elsa, but many of those same dads have been frustrated that Disney hasn’t seemed committed to doing anything to shorten those lines.
You’ll find several Broadway-style musical shows throughout the parks, including Finding Nemo at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. This is a big-budget show that features professional actors, a musical score created by Tony Award winning composers, and incredible puppetry.
Disney World is open 365 days a year, which means when an attraction needs attention, they don’t have a down season during which to repair it. As a result, there are refurbishments going on throughout the year.
You do want fairytale wedding, but you don’t want it overwhelmed with Mickey. Disney’s Wedding Pavilion is non-denominational, can seat up to 300 people, and offers a clean white palette that will let you decorate it anyway you’d like.
There are also several children’s activity centers throughout the resorts at Disney hotels. You don’t have to be a guest at the resorts to take part in these activity centers, which means you can take advantage of the significant savings you’ll get by staying offsite,