Animal Kingdom is such an interesting park. It’s not quite in the state of flux that Hollywood Studios is experiencing, but it is on the precipice of new attractions, lands, and shows, making it a much different park than it has been in the past. Unaffectionately dubbed the “Half Day Park,” Animal Kingdom has tons of imagineered elements that make it a true full day park, but are often overlooked or mistakenly pushed aside as glorified zoo exhibits.
Epcot is such an amazing theme park, but when I think about trying to tackle the entire place in one day, it’s pretty overwhelming. Despite its massive size, doing the park in one day can be done with the right mentality. Epcot’s two very distinct “lands,” Future World and The World Showcase are both large in physical size as well as the number of attractions they hold, and in order to have a successful day at the park, you must approach it knowing that you won’t be able to do everything. With that said, proper planning and using the park’s layout to your advantage can help you see as much as possible in your Epcot day without wanting to rip your hair out!
Booking a Disney World vacation can be daunting, especially when you’re trying to stick to a budget. I believe that everyone should be able to visit Disney at least once, (after all, it is the happiest place on earth), but finances shouldn’t hinder you from making the trip. Luckily, there are several ways to save money and do Disney on a budget. Read below to find out how to get discount tickets to Disney World and save money on your next Disney vacation!
Hello January! We’ve now been in 2016 for an entire week and with a new year, comes resolutions, reflections on the past, and general looking forward-ness.
I’d thought we’d take a look back at what we learned about Disney in 2015, whether it be about park trends, movie releases, or fan expectations. Let’s take a look now at 5 things we learned in 2015 and what we can look forward to in 2016.
Christmas in Disney World. Is there anything better? If you love Christmas, then Disney World can be a true delight, but there are some things (heavy crowds) to consider. Let me tell you how to plan a trip to Disney World in December that won’t make you want to rip your hair out from the major Christmas crowd.
One of the best ways to save money at Disneyland and Disney World is by going through the Disney Special Offers Page on the official website.
Every trip involves a packing list. But these are not your basic packing items. These are ESSENTIALS. (I’d like to think you know to pack your toothbrush and deodorant)
When planning a vacation to Disneyland, there are certain items that can make or break your trip. In my experience, these items are the things that can be game changers in allowing you to maximize your time and really be able to spend all day in the parks.
Here are my Top 5 Must-Have Items to Pack for Disneyland.