Disney Travel Agent
  • 50th Anniversary
    5 things we want to see for Disney World’s 50th anniversary

    Astonishingly, the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World is only 5 years away. If Walt Disney World celebrates the 50th anniversary with the same effort that Disneyland did for its 60th anniversary, then guests are in for a treat. 5) Limited time snacks Disneyland offered a large selection of limited time snacks for the 60th […]

  • Update: Planet Hollywood Observatory has yet another delay in opening

    We told you last week that Planet Hollywood Observatory at Disney Springs looked like it might be opening as early as yesterday, but more delays prevented that from happening. According to Orlando Business Journal, the restaurant is possibly set to start taking reservations on January 27, but that, of course, remains to be seen. It’s […]

  • Disney News
    Polynesian v. Caribbean Beach Resort

    When comparing the ‘tropical paradise’ resort hotels at Walt Disney World, vacation planners might wonder whether Moderate-tier Caribbean Beach Resort is good enough, or if they should splurge on Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort (from the Deluxe-tier). This post offers our head-to-head smackdown between the two to answer that question. This might not seem like a fair […]

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  • Latest News
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    Disneyland and Disney California Adventure close early on January 22nd

    According to Disneyland’s official Twitter account @DisneylandToday, Disneyland closed early Sunday January 22nd, 2017. The Disneyland park, which was originally scheduled to close at 11 p.m., closed at 8 p.m.; and Disney California Adventure, which was originally scheduled to close at 10 p.m., closed at 7 p.m. Heavy rainfall has caused widespread flooding in Southern California. […]

  • California Adventure
    My favorite foods from Lunar New Year at California Adventure

    This weekend was the kick-off of the 17-day Lunar New Year Celebration at Disney California Adventure.  This year they’ve included 3 new Marketplaces featuring food from different areas of Asia, and I felt it was my duty to try as many as possible and share my thoughts with you. The Marketplaces begin in front of […]

  • Disney News
    Top 10 Places to Do Work at Disney World

    For many people, there’s no longer such a thing as a disconnected vacation, even at Walt Disney World. As laptops and smart phones have become ubiquitous, so too has the expectation that work calls and emails will be responded to within hours, even on vacation. While I’m not here to offer a biting commentary on […]

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  • Disney | ABC names Robert Langer as their new CFO

    Robert Langer has been named as the new executive VP and Chief Financial Officer of Disney | ABC Television Group, and will report to Ben Sherwood, who is the co-chair of Disney Media Networks and president of Disney | ABC Television. Langer succeeds Peter Seymour, who announced his retirement back in November/2016 after twenty years […]

  • Disney News
    Sweetheart Cafe Review

    Sweetheart Cafe is a bakery and counter service restaurant in World Bazaar at Tokyo Disneyland. While you’ll mostly find baked goods and sweet (hence the name) treats here, there are a few savory options as well if you’re so inclined to parlay the experience into a full meal. This review features food photos, thoughts on the […]

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  • Why the Main Street Electrical Parade belongs at Disneyland

    My first visit to the Walt Disney World Resort wasn’t until the Spring of 2008. When I first watched the Spectromagic parade, I thought it was cool, albeit, similar to the Main Street Electrical Parade that I’d grown to love. You see, I visited Disneyland only once as a child when I was around eight […]