2021 September, 1

Disney Cruise Line – Embarkation Screening

2021-09-05T22:02:00-04:00September 1, 2021|Cruise Line news, Cruising, Disney Cruise Line|0 Comments

Going on a Disney Cruise and are not sure what to expect with Disney’s new embarkation protocols? Keep reading, BUT keep in mind, Disney Cruise Line protocols are being adjusted as needed so they can be as safe as they possibly can be. The following might not be exactly what you will experience, BUT it will give you an idea of what to expect.  UPDATE ON 9-2-21: All Guests, regardless of age and vaccination status, are required to take a COVID-19 test administered by Inspire Diagnostics at the terminal before boarding & Disney Cruise Line will cover the cost. First and foremost, make [...]

2020 March, 21

Why you should use a Travel Agent

2020-03-21T10:04:11-04:00March 21, 2020|Disney Travel, Travel, Travel with the Magic|0 Comments

“The human world… it’s a mess”  I bet we are all feeling a little like Sebastian from The Little Mermaid right now, wishing we could be Under The Sea, am I right? With news of quarantines, social distancing, and closures world-wide, it’s hard to not feel down about the current state of things. Not to mention, it’s even harder to feel positive about the state of things when your vacation has been cancelled!    Disruptions to the travel industry are normal - expected even. We deal with disruptions every year during hurricane season! But there’s a first for everything - [...]

2017 December, 14

5 Magical Steps for Ending Your Disney Trip

2017-12-14T06:00:03-05:00December 14, 2017|Disney Travel|0 Comments

You've spent a lot of time pre-planning all the aspects of your Disney trip: You've got your dining reservations, your FastPass selections, your packing list, your game plan for each day... But have you given much thought to the END of your trip to Walt Disney World? I know, it's the saddest part of your vacation, but I'm here with some tips to help you feel better about your departure. End your Disney trip on a Saturday. You can stay as late as you want, but you should plan to get home and sleep in your own bed on Saturday [...]

2017 September, 14

Walt Disney World Character Dining Overview

2017-09-14T06:00:20-04:00September 14, 2017|Disney Travel|0 Comments

  Character Dining at Walt Disney World is a lot of fun and a great way to meet some of your favorite characters saving valuable park time doing it during your dining time. Here are some tips for character dining at Walt Disney World and an overview of each restaurant, so you have all of them in one place for reference. General Tips Reservations - Table Service Dining opens 180 days in advance. Character Dining is very popular. Reserving early gives you the best chance to grab an open time before they fill up. Reservations can be made online at [...]

2017 August, 10

Free My Disney Experience and Magic Band E-Course

2017-08-10T06:00:40-04:00August 10, 2017|Disney Travel|0 Comments

Planning a Disney vacation can be overwhelming. There are so many things to think about, such as what resort should I stay at? Where should we eat? What park should we visit on what day? These are all questions your travel agent can answer for you, as they guide you along in the process. While travel agents are a great wealth of knowledge and worth their weight in gold, I feel it is also important for the vacationers themselves to know the basics of navigating a My Disney Experience account, as well as the function, purpose, and technology behind the [...]

2017 July, 18

Planning a Walt Disney World & Universal Vacation

2017-07-18T06:00:47-04:00July 18, 2017|Travel Destinations|0 Comments

  Having a hard time deciding between taking a vacation to Walt Disney World or Universal Orlando? Why not visit both? If you want to spend a few days at Walt Disney World and a few days at Universal, you can easily split your vacation between the two. If possible, I suggest devoting a day to each theme park. Walt Disney World has 4 parks - Animal Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios and Magic Kingdom. Universal Orlando has 3 parks - Islands of Adventure, Universal Studios and Volcano Bay. Staying at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel and Universal Orlando Resort [...]

2017 May, 2

Character Dining at 1900 Park Fare

2017-05-02T06:00:04-04:00May 2, 2017|Disney Travel|0 Comments

  Every time I visit Walt Disney World, I try at least one new place to dine. For my last trip home, I decided one of these restaurants would be 1900 Park Fare. I had heard so many great things and wanted to experience it for myself. I couldn’t decide between breakfast and dinner, so I chose both! Let me share a little about each dining experience and what I loved about them. Things to know about 1900 Park Fare:  This restaurant is located on the Deluxe Resort monorail loop at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Dining is available [...]

2017 April, 4

7 Ways To Cure Your Post Disney Blues

2017-04-04T06:00:21-04:00April 4, 2017|Disney World|0 Comments

  You are having the most magical time at Walt Disney World. Then, you come back to your resort room that final night only to find your eviction notice, the dreaded “Tragical Express” papers, the sign that your vacation has come to an end. Now what? It has gone too fast and you are already beginning to miss the fun you had. Here are 7 ways to cure your post Disney blues. Book your next vacation! Disney usually offers a Bounce Back Offer. You may receive an email while at Walt Disney World or check your packet of information in [...]

2017 January, 27

Walt Disney World: Common Questions Answered

2017-01-27T06:00:40-05:00January 27, 2017|Disney World|0 Comments

  Planning a Disney vacation can be overwhelming and leave you with many questions. Every Disney vacation should be magical from start to finish! I’m here to give you answers to common questions and help put your mind at ease as you start planning your Walt Disney World vacation! Booking My Vacation When should I book my vacation? If possible, I recommend booking your vacation at least 7 - 8 months in advance. There are many details that go into planning your Disney vacation; which Disney Resort hotel to stay at, how many days you will spend at the parks, [...]

2016 November, 3

What Not to Forget When Packing for Disney

2016-11-03T06:00:01-04:00November 3, 2016|Disney World|0 Comments

Your vacation is paid off, your MagicBands have arrived and now it is time to start packing. You don’t want to forget a thing. You’ve read about what clothes to pack, to bring ponchos for those rainy days and not to forget your sunscreen. Here are some things that you may have forgotten to add to your list. Room and Organization Needs: ● Nightlight - With the curtains drawn and lights off, it is really dark in your resort room. This will help you make your way around the room if you need to get up in the night. ● [...]

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