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  • Alex & Ani
    Ever After Jewelry Company Debuts at Disney Springs

    In an effort to expand the offerings at Disney Springs, the new Ever After Jewelry Co. & Accessories opened this month. The store occupies the space formerly known as D-Living which featured various seasonal themed set-ups for merchandise displays such as Flower & Garden, Beauty & the Beast, and more. Disney is looking at Ever […]

  • #DisneyHoliday
    Disney, Please Stop Premature Holiday Decorations in Your Parks

    I cannot believe that I am actually sitting here and writing this over a week before Halloween in October, but I feel a strong need to quell some of the excessive excitement for the upcoming holiday season long before it gets here. A warning to those who want the holiday season to perpetuate year round: […]

  • dining at Disney
    Monorail to Magical Dining: Highway in the Sky Dine Around

    The biggest draw for us on our recent trip to Walt Disney World was a chance to experience the Epcot Food & Wine Festival. But when Disney announced the Highway in the Sky Dine Around, we knew that dinner via the monorail would perfectly complement our time tasting around the world. The Highway in the […]

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    Conquering the Kitchen Sink at Beaches and Cream

    Do you feel the need to eat your body weight in ice cream? Have you ever wanted to eat years worth of calories at one time? Well, you are in luck because Walt Disney World has a snack for you. The word snack is probably the understatement of the century. It’s more like a sugar adventure […]

  • comparison
    Disneyland vs. Magic Kingdom: Main Street USA

    I grew up going to the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World. Like Walt himself, I love the feeling of nostalgia. I feel it going to Walt Disney World, but in one land more than any other, I feel it in Main Street U.S.A. This past Summer I traveled to the park that started it all, Disneyland. […]

  • Choza de Margarita
    Choza de Margarita Coming Soon to Epcot’s Mexico Pavilion

    Choza de Margarita, a new outdoor bar in the shadow of the pyramid at the Mexico Pavilion in Epcot will be opening soon! The new walk-up location, whose name, “choza,” comes from the Spanish work for “hut”, will be serving authentic Mexican beverages and street food. The beverage menu includes three hand-crafted margaritas: The Acan […]

  • Cinderella
    Yes We’re Two Grown Adults, Yes We’re At The Royal Table

    So I’ll say it right from the start: we were two adults, traveling without kids, and we went to Cinderella’s Royal Table for dinner. Did I feel like I had to justify this to others repeatedly? Yes. Did I care? No, and I will tell you why. The first time I ate at Cinderella’s Royal […]

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    A Tale of The Daily Poutine and a Canadian

    This born and raised Canadian was lucky enough to spend some time living in Orlando Florida.  Like anyone who moves to a different country, there are certain things I missed from home. The Canadian Pavilion could provide some relief but it was always nice to have more. You can imagine how excited I was when I […]

  • Attractions
    Experiences I Try to Avoid at Disney

    As an introvert, there are a certain number of experiences and attractions I go out of my way to avoid when I visit Walt Disney World. I’ve always been an introvert; I’m more comfortable on my own than in a big crowd, and I don’t like drawing attention to myself. Of course, there’s more to […]

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    Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival at Home: Germany’s Apple Strudel

    Hello Disney chefs and welcome to our second installment of Epcot‘s Food and Wine Festival recipes at home. Today, let’s create a crowd favorite from the Germany marketplace. Of course, we are talking about the flaky and sweet goodness of their Apple Strudel. There is a reason it’s probably the first food item that comes to […]