2016 December, 14

Beyond the Autograph Book

2016-12-14T06:00:10-05:00December 14, 2016|Disney Travel|0 Comments

  No matter where the destination, one essential tool for each Disney vacation is something for your favorite characters to sign. While the gift stores offer many standard autograph books, I found myself trying to think of something different so we didn’t have an entire shelf devoted to them. So like many Moms I went to my two favorite sites: Etsy and Pinterest and here are few ideas we’ve personally tried! Picture frame mat I purchased at our local Hobby Lobby.   Because it is stiff the characters had no problem holding and signing it, just make sure you get a [...]

2016 November, 22

Once Upon a Dream…. In Disneyland Paris

2016-11-22T06:00:01-05:00November 22, 2016|Disney Travel|0 Comments

I felt like Aurora! Disneyland Paris was a beautiful Dream! Tucked just outside the city, Disneyland Paris has two theme parks just waiting to whisk you away into the Magical World of Disney! Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios bring the best of Disney’s American parks to Europe with a Parisian Twist! Next year will be their 25th Birthday and you MUST SEE these attractions! Disneyland Park Sleeping Beauty’s Castle At the heart of Fantasyland stands Sleeping Beauty’s Castle! Just gorgeous! And a hidden gem to this Castle? Maleficent’s Dragon is in the basement! But… there’s more… Disney Dreams Nighttime [...]

2015 October, 26

A Royal Breakfast Experience

2015-10-26T06:00:00-04:00October 26, 2015|Disney World, Magic Kingdom|0 Comments

Have you ever wished you could dine in a castle? Cinderella’s Royal Table offers a picturesque backdrop, your favorite Disney princesses and an excellent meal all in one. It’s every princess’s dream to dine in Cinderella’s Castle, however some people don’t realize there is an actual restaurant that is housed on the second floor serving breakfast, lunch and dinner each day. Cinderella’s Royal Table just underwent a refurbishment complete with a new menu so on my most recent trip I decided we needed to check it out. I must admit I am not a morning person at all, but there [...]

2014 October, 27

How To Meet Your Favorite Characters in Record Time

2014-10-27T06:00:00-04:00October 27, 2014|Disney World|0 Comments

People who grew up with vacations to Disney World may remember their favorite characters wandering around the parks, ready for a hug and a photo with their fans. In the recent years, Disney made a change and characters can now only be met at certain times in a preplanned location. Don’t be discouraged – this new system works to your advantage! Here is how to utilize the new system and meet all of your favorite characters in record time: Tip 1: Utilize the Fast Pass More popular characters like the princesses and Mickey are stationed indoors. You can select a [...]

2014 May, 2

Cinderella’s Royal Table Breakfast

2014-05-02T07:00:00-04:00May 2, 2014|Disney World, Magic Kingdom|0 Comments

On our recent trip to Disney World we had breakfast at Cinderella’s Royal Table. We were traveling with friends so our reservation was for a party of 11. We made our reservations three months prior to our trip. When booking your reservations you do have to prepay for all members in your party. The prices are a set price and range from $58 per adult & $36 per child. Children under the age of 3 do not have to pay and our given complementary French toast sticks. The price does include tax & gratuity. Prices can change during peak times. [...]

2013 December, 23

My Disney Trip: Through the Eyes of a Child

2013-12-23T07:00:00-05:00December 23, 2013|Disney Travel, Disney World|1 Comment

I have many Walt Disney World trips under my belt, but 2009 was the first year we visited as a family of 4. Our boys were 5 and almost 2 years old. Trying to think of the perfect “Disney trip tradition”, it didn’t take long to figure out that a review or interview might be an amusing way to document Disney memories for years to come. Last year, I took my oldest on a special Mom and Son trip- his 2nd visit. When we came home, I asked him the same questions. It was so fun comparing the answers and [...]

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