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    Staying at Disney Before Hurricane Irma: Part 2

    *Note that this article is the second piece in a 4-part series. You can read part 1 HERE. Getting to Disney from South Florida The pre-daybreak drive from Jupiter to Orlando doesn’t take that long, maybe 2.5 hours or so, but on Thursday morning it took more than 4. I continued to call airline carriers, […]

  • Disney Cruise Line Extends Eastern Caribbean Itinerary Adjustments

    Disney Cruise Line has confirmed that adjustments are now being made to the Eastern Caribbean itinerary aboard the Disney Fantasy through at least the December 2nd sailing. Due to damage from Hurricane Irma in the British and U.S. Virgin Islands, the ports of Tortola and St. Thomas are still not available to cruise ships, so […]

  • Damages to Port Canaveral Cost About $2.9 Million From Hurricane Irma

    Port Canaveral is the closest cruise port to Walt Disney World, as it is only about an hour drive away. According to Florida Today, the reported damages to Port Canaveral will cost an estimated $2.9 million dollars. Much of that, almost $1.5 million, will be directed toward the restoration of State Road 528’s eastbound lanes. […]

  • Tolls Returning to Florida’s Turnpike System Sept. 21

    For those of you traveling to Central Florida who plan on renting a car for your vacation, you should know that the tolls on a vast majority of Florida’s Turnpike system, all Florida Department of Transportation roads and bridges, and all regional toll facilities throughout the State will be re-instated this Thursday, September 21st at […]

  • Additional Details for Disney Cruise Line Discounts Related to Hurricane Irma

    Due to weather complications that affected the Caribbean during Hurricane Irma and forced the premature docking of two cruises and the cancellation of three others, Disney Cruise Line has offered affected guests a 25% discount on future reservations. Here are a few details for anyone who may be eligible for the discount: Disney Cruise Line […]

  • The Latest on How Hurricane Irma Affected Disney Cruise Line’s Terminal in Port Canaveral

    According to Florida Today, Cruise ships began returning to Port Canaveral on Wednesday, but it wasn’t until Thursday that the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy returned to port. While it is good news that the ships have returned, unfortunately the port itself is facing some large infrastructure problems that could cause some difficulty moving forward. […]

  • Hurricane Irma Relief Workers Can Get a Free Pie at Blaze Pizza in Disney Springs

    In response to Hurricane Irma, Blaze Pizza’s Disney Springs location is offering free pizza to first responders and utility workers until September 17th. Relief workers can get a complimentary personal pizza and beverage with a valid ID. This is just the latest such promotion offered by Blaze Pizza, who has held many similar giveaways at […]

  • Disney Cruise Line Alters Eastern Caribbean Itinerary Due to Hurricane Irma Damages

    Due to the destructive path left by Hurricane Irma, Disney Cruise Line is altering the itineraries for the Disney Fantasy in the Eastern Caribbean, exchanging ports for the Western Caribbean for sailings on September 23 and October 7. This is meant to give these islands time to recover. Here is the modified itinerary: Saturday – […]