Let’s face it. Most of our homes are a little bigger than 440 square feet (the average size of a room at the Grand Floridian, a deluxe resort.) Squeeze that down to the 260 square feet of the average value resort and you can get downright claustrophobic. To save a bit of money, our family of 5 stays in one room. With one bathroom. And with three “boys” and two “girls” (my daughter and I), the bathroom storage situation is not ideal. And the clutter? Drives. Me. Crazy. Here are some tricks we’ve learned over the years to help you Continue reading Declare Your Disney Resort Room A Clutter Free Zone!
You arrive at your resort and you want to hurry up and start the magic. But first you have to check-in. And if you are arriving during the busy season, there will probably be a wait. Have no fear! Online check-in is here! Online check-in is a fast, easy, free and convenient service that Disney offers all of their resort guests. And, you do it from the comfort of your kitchen table, comfy couch and in your PJs, if you so desire. The benefits include reduced time at the registration desk because you’ve already entered all of the necessary information from Continue reading The Magic Of Disney’s Online Check-In
If you’ve ever been on a Disney Cruise you know all about the long corridors with cute, little stateroom doors that all look exactly alike. Exactly. Except for one little digit on the stateroom number. And that tiny little number can make a big difference when your toddler is hopping up and down, having to go – NOW! – and you’re fiddling with the stateroom key, only to find you’ve been trying to open the wrong door. Oops. Luckily, I was advised by one of my dear readers, to make that little extra purchase and splurge (and it wasn’t a Continue reading Disney Cruise Dilemma: Where Oh Where Is My Stateroom Door?
For most of us, a Walt Disney World vacation takes a lot of planning and a lot of saving. Okay. Mostly saving. And because most of us spend a good bit of time saving there’s a good bit of time waiting for the trip to start. How do you pass the time and survive the long wait? Let me show you! Plan, Plan and Plan – To make sure that you’re on schedule with all of your planning, check out this timetable. You’ll need to schedule meals and FastPasses. Oil changes. Plane tickets. Boarding the dog. Stopping the mail. Make Continue reading How To Survive The Long Wait Until Your Next Trip
Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith debuted at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in July 1999. It’s a fast-paced coaster that will take you upside down, twisting and turning through the “streets” of Los Angeles, racing to get you to the concert on time. Guests enter the lobby of G-Force Records, decorated with various music industry memorabilia. It just so happens that Aerosmith is recording and guests are invited into the studio to take a listen. The band is just finishing up and their manager appears. Apparently, they are late for their next show. Steven Tyler feels bad that the visit has been Continue reading Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster: A Backstage Thrill Ride
Here you have it…the ultimate Walt Disney World Food Bucket List! Whether it’s your first time or 100th time to Walt Disney World everyone should try each of these items at least once! Mickey Bar School Bread – Norway Pavilion (EPCOT) Sushi at California Grill (Contemporary Resort) Zebra Domes at Boma/(Animal Kingdom Lodge) Dole Whip LeFou’s Brew – Fantasyland (Magic Kingdom) Strawberry Soup – 1900 Park Fare (Grand Floridian Resort) Green Tea Cheesecake – Katsura Grill (EPCOT) The Grey Stuff – Be Our Guest (Magic Kingdom) Any sweet treat at Goofy’s Candy Company (Disney Springs) Turkey Leg A Sampling of Mom’s Continue reading The Ultimate Walt Disney World Food Bucket List