It’s no secret that Walt Disney World is laden with great dining, but with its surplus of amazing restaurants also comes an overflow of people trying to get into them. Most people only go to Disney World once in a blue moon and want to get into one or more of these incredible eateries, and with the off season becoming shorter and shorter, certain strategies need to be employed to ensure you can get a seat in the restaurant of your choosing.
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.
I recently had a chance to sit down with graphic designer and Happily Ever Tees creator Nicolina White (okay, we did this all online, but you get the picture).
Nicolina and her husband Cameron run Happily Ever Tees, a Disney inspired screen printing shop out of their Atlanta, GA home. They create super-soft, handmade t-shirts with Disney themed designs and Nicolina is the originator of the popular slogan “There’s Nothing a Little Starbucks and Disney Can’t Fix.”
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.
I’ve said before that Disney World is absolutely huge. Normally a blessing, the vast size allows the company and Imagineers to truly expand and create the ever-changing parks we know and love. However, one of the biggest caveats to Disney World’s massive size is that getting around can be a bit of a hassle.
Below are my Top 5 Tips for getting around with Disney World Transportation.