Disney’s Four Parks: Do They all Work for Your Family?

Disney’s Four Parks: Do They all Work for Your Family?

Kelly Rodriguez 5.21.19 Disney has four parks: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom. How do you decide which are best for your family? Personally, I think you can find things to enjoy and do in every Disney park, but here are some highlights about each to help you decide for yourself. Magic Kingdom is the main park with lots of rides for all ages, even babies and toddlers. There are also many princess and character meet...

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Eating Your Way Through Magic Kingdom

Eating Your Way Through Magic Kingdom

Kelly Rodriguez 5.3.19 First time guests often ask me if Disney is just your typical pizza, chicken fingers, burgers and hot dogs? So, I figured I’d share with you some of my favorite picks from Magic Kingdom! For breakfast for us it’s a no brainer – we head straight to our favorite breakfast spot, Sleepy Hollow, of course! We start our day off with our favorite waffles. Whether they’re covered in chocolate hazelnut spread and fresh...

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Saratoga Springs

Saratoga Springs

Kelly Rodriguez 3.12.19 The treehouse villas at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort have to be one of my favorite places to stay. Who doesn’t have a childhood dream of sleeping in a tree house? These tree houses can sleep 9, plus a child younger than three. Each tree house has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, stackable washer and dryer, a full kitchen, and living area with pull out couch and sleeper sofa. Two bedrooms have queen size beds, and...

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Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

Kelly Rodriguez 1.26.19 Disney’s Art of Animation Resort will leave you fully immersed in your favorite Disney movie – whether that is Cars, Lion King, Finding Nemo or the Little Mermaid! Family suites – which come themed as Cars, Lion King, or Finding Nemo – hold up to six guests, plus one child younger than three in a pack and play or crib. These suites are 565 square feet, and include a bedroom and living area with sleeping spaces...

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Disney’s Beach Club Resort: It’s the Beachy Best!

Disney’s Beach Club Resort: It’s the Beachy Best!

By: Kelly Rodriguez July 25, 2017 Here are the many reasons why our family loves Disney’s Beach Club Resort. First and foremost, the pool, Stormalong Bay! It is the best on property in my opinion. At three acres, it is huge but is also very family friendly. It has a zero entry pool with an all sand bottom. There is also a “sand box” area for the kids to play. Stormalong Bay also has a gigantic water slide with a shipwreck theme, and on the...

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MagicBands!

MagicBands!

By: Kelly Rodriguez July 4, 2017 For those of you who will be experiencing the Walt Disney World Resort for the first time, congrats! Get ready for a busy and magical vacation.You’re probably curious about the MagicBands you’ve received. What do they do? If you’re staying at a Walt Disney World Resort, MagicBands are free. They come in 8 different colors – purple, pink, red, blue, green, orange, yellow, and grey. You can...

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – An Experience in Itself

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – An Experience in Itself

By: Kelly Rodriguez June 20, 2017 Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge is an experience in itself – and here’s why you need to see for yourself! The most obvious reason is because how many people can say they have awakened to an African savanna full of animals. It’s pretty amazing! My kids really enjoyed waking up every morning and going out onto the balcony and just watching the animals. On the non-park days we would come out onto...

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Disney’s Contemporary Resort: On the Loop to Convenience!

Disney’s Contemporary Resort: On the Loop to Convenience!

By: Kelly Rodriguez May 23, 2017 Why stay at Disney’s Contemporary Resort? The view and the convenience of being so close to Magic Kingdom is everything! You can either take the monorail or walk to Magic Kingdom in just a few short minutes. The Contemporary is on the monorail loop along with two other resorts, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort. The Ticket and Transportation Center is also on the loop...

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Kelly Rodriguez, Concierge Agent

Kelly Rodriguez, Concierge Agent

Kelly has been vacationing at Disney since she was 2 years old. Her family took yearly trips to Disney world growing up and she is continuing the tradition with her 3 young children. She has also been on several Disney cruises. She met her husband and started dating him in high school and together they have 2 daughters and a son, Kylie (5) Parker (3) and Maddox (1). She is well traveled with Disney experiencing it at every age, as well as an...

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