Caring for Giants: Elephants Up Close!

Caring for Giants: Elephants Up Close!

By: Christina Szewczuk 9.20.18 Hey animal lovers, did you know that Animal Kingdom has a series of up close animal experiences? One such tour is “Caring For Giants”; a tour about Elephants where you get to pick the brain of the keepers and spend some time viewing the elephants from backstage. It is one of the more affordable tours, as far as up close animal experiences go. My daughter loves elephants, so this was a great opportunity for us...

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Food and Wine – The Disney Way

By: Lindsay Bakken 9.18.18 The Food and Wine Festival is arguably one of Epcot’s most popular events. Who doesn’t enjoy some food and drink while touring the world? The festival typically begins the end of August and runs through mid November. It is a great time to visit the World Showcase! Not only for the entertainment, but also to be able to try new food that you wouldn’t normally find in Epcot. When walking into the park, be sure...

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Disney Trips as an Adult

Disney Trips as an Adult

By: Dana Munoz 9/13/18 When most people hear the word “Disney”, the first thing they think of is kids. They think of characters, rides, autograph books, Mickey ears, and the many other things children normally love about Disney. While I know there are some others like myself out there, very few people hear the word “Disney” and think “wow, what a nice adult vacation that would be”. My husband and I are big Disney people. It has...

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New Details Revealed for Dining Locations at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

New Details Revealed for Dining Locations at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

by Gabriel Gibaldi, Public Relations Manager A few months ago, we shared updates for some of the common areas at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort at Walt Disney World Resort. Today we have news to share about two dining locations. In just a few months when the reimagining of Old Port Royale is complete, the former Shutters table-service restaurant will open in an all-new location as Sebastian’s Bistro! Located along the Old Port...

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20 Tips for Eating Vegan in Walt Disney World

20 Tips for Eating Vegan in Walt Disney World

Megan Kline 9.11.18 Hello Vegan Friends! My best friend and her husband are vegan and have educated me on the world of vegan and vegetarian. I have had the pleasure of picking her brain for the best vegan options from her past few trips to WDW. I have put together a list of the top 20 tips for eating Vegan in Walt Disney World. Please remember the menus are always changing and not every dish is a guarantee.   Make sure to let your Wishes...

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Wander on in to the Nomad Lounge

Wander on in to the Nomad Lounge

By Rebecca Jones 9.6.18 When you visit Animal Kingdom park at Walt Disney World, you’ll likely need to rest your feet after standing in line for Flight of Passage. Lucky for you, on your way back to the Tree of Life, you’ll find the Nomad Lounge to your left. This lounge is located next to Tiffin’s, the signature dining location with three rooms honoring Asia, Africa, and exotic animals, and features a traveling theme, which I just...

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VIDEO: Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa Tour | Disneyland Resort

VIDEO: Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa Tour | Disneyland Resort

Cast members at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa at the Disneyland Resort celebrated the completion of the hotel-wide renovation. Guests can now enjoy completely redesigned guest rooms plus a refreshed lobby, pool area and concierge-level lounge! To commemorate the occasion, an emblematic orange tree was presented to the hotel’s cast. The orange tree motif can be found throughout the hotel’s new...

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5 Signs You Have Disney Cruise Withdrawal

5 Signs You Have Disney Cruise Withdrawal

Nicole Couch 8.30.18 A Disney Cruise is the ultimate vacation experience; one sailing and you will be hooked! The food, the entertainment, and service that is second to none! Anyone who has been lucky enough to experience a Disney Cruise first hand also knows the one downside to cruising, DCW: Disney Cruise Withdrawal. It is a well known phenomenon that most cruisers will experience anywhere from weeks to months following a Disney Cruise. Here...

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Tips for Avoiding “Disney Exhaustion”

Tips for Avoiding “Disney Exhaustion”

Becky Criswell 8.28.18 One of the most common phrases I hear from clients after they return from their Walt Disney World vacation is, “I need a vacation from my vacation!”. There’s no doubt that while Disney World is magical, exciting, fun-filled and just plain awesome, it can also be exhausting! This is especially true if you are traveling with little ones and caring for them along the way. In my opinion, coming home tired is a sign that...

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