The 2019 Epcot® International Flower & Garden Festival is well underway! The festival began on March 6, 2019, featuring 17 Outdoor Kitchens and several other locations through the park offering special food and drinks. (more…)
Training is well underway and almost done for my runDisney Princess race! I cannot believe the race is only a week away. I was going to go hardcore with my running costume this race, but let’s be real it’s just not fun to run in something uncomfortable. While I LOVED my Provincial Belle running costume I made for a previous runDisney race I decided (more…)
We have a 15-month-old son who we have been taking to Walt Disney World since he was 5 months old. He had his first haircut at the Magic Kingdom and it’s truly already his favorite place on earth. His face lights up every time he meets a character and he loves the attractions. We have probably been to Disney with him more than 20 different times including one week-long vacation and another weekend vacation, for his first birthday of course. Now, I realize (more…)
There is a lot changing at Walt Disney World in 2019. Along with some loved rides closing for a fresh refurbishment, there are so many things opening in (more…)
Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
If you are looking for a Deluxe resort with walking or ferry boat access to two parks with a great pool, restaurants, and entertainment look no further than Disney’s BoardWalk Inn. A smaller sized Disney resort that offers villa’s as well as traditional resort rooms and club level rooms with a turn of the century shoreside Atlantic City theme. (more…)
So, you’ve signed up to run in a runDisney race. You’re training, you’re planning what you will wear, you’ve asked for time off work, now you need to book somewhere to stay and start planning the Disney part of your runDisney race. There are many options for where to stay on any Disney vacation including when you’re running in a race. I went over all the perks to staying on site in a previous post, so which Disney resort is right (more…)
We spent Thanksgiving at Walt Disney World and I have to say it wasn’t nearly as crowded as I anticipated. Our extended family of 9 from ages 0-over 60 had a wonderful time and we are already planning on doing it again next year. Check out my video of our vacation below and some tips for planning a Thanksgiving trip to Disney World! (more…)
When the crypt doors creak and the tombstones quake….. grim grinning ghosts come out to socialize!
This song will be forever stuck in your head after riding The Haunted Mansion in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World! One of my childhood favorites, this attraction takes you on a Doom Buggy journey through the mansion with your Ghost Host (more…)
So, you’ve signed up to run in a runDisney race. You’re training, you’re planning what you will wear, you’ve asked for time off work, now you need to book somewhere to stay and start planning the Disney part of your runDisney race. There are many (more…)
We have been able to visit Epcot’s International Food & Wine Festival twice during 2018! Check out our videos to see what we did on our first two trips and stay posted for more information about this year’s foodie festival and what we loved.
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