Everyone has their favorite Disney treat. The Mickey Bar. Dole Whip. School Bread. And for our family, it’s the Kitchen Sink. You can find the infamous Kitchen Sink at Beaches and Cream, Beach and Yacht Club resort. And you don’t have be a resort guest to enjoy this delectable treat. Just beyond EPCOT’s United Kingdom pavilion, between France and the UK, you will find the International Gateway entrance to EPCOT. This entrance is typically used by Boardwalk, Swan and Dolphin and Beach and Yacht Club resort guests. But anyone who wants to explore the restaurants and entertainment of the Boardwalk or Continue reading The True Test For Your Sweet Tooth – Disney’s Kitchen Sink!
Even if you’ve been to Walt Disney World 50 times, there are always new tricks to learn to make your trip more magical! Read on for a few of my favs! Always, always, ALWAYS arrive at least 30 minutes before a park’s scheduled opening. The parks are much less crowded first thing in the morning and you can get a lot done in those first few hours. When crowds begin to thicken, have lunch, shop or go back to your resort for a swim or nap. Late in the afternoon visit another park (or the same one) refreshed and with Continue reading Magical Tips For A Magical Vacation
Hi. I’m Mouseterplanner. And I’m an over-packer. (They say admitting the problem is the first step. So there. I’ve said it!) And coming from an over-packer, I can save you some time and space (which means more room for souvenirs!) Hair dryer. Unless you’re incredibly attached to your own, it has become commonplace to have a hair dryer in every resort room. Beach towels. No need to bring your own or bring towels from your room. There are towels at every resort pool. Use ’em there. Leave ’em there. No muss. No fuss. You can also use resort pool towels Continue reading What NOT To Pack For Your Upcoming Disney Trip: The Anti-Packing List
DO make your reservations early. You can make dining reservations 180 days before your first day. If you’d like to eat at Cinderella’s Castle or at the newest sit-down dining experience at Magic Kingdom, Be Our Guest, you must make advanced dining reservations. I know. One hundred and eighty days sounds crazy. But Disney World’s popularity gets crazier and crazier every year. DON’T plan every minute of every day. Sketch out a basic plan, that includes your dining must-dos, and then enjoy a few “spontaneous” afternoons or mornings. Some of the best memories are created when you take the time Continue reading Walt Disney First Timer Do’s and Don’ts