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    Never Settle for Mediocre Fare at Disney

    I don’t know what’s more fun about Walt Disney World, the park-hopping or the eating. Attractions are great, but new ones take years to build. Menus, restaurants, and food booths change quickly, and it’s a big reason to come back again and again. While there are lots of food staples that should be great but […]

  • Narcoossee’s No Longer Offering Their Brunch Service

    Effective immediately, Narcoossee’s by the water’s edge at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa will no longer offer their Sunday Waterfront Brunch.
    Guests can continue to enjoy Brunch at the Top on Sunday mornings at California …

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    Helping You Plan Your WDW Vacation Using a Disney Planning Template

    When you have booked your Walt Disney World vacation, you may hear a lot about the need to plan, plan, and guess what, more planning! However, if you are completely new to Disney World, this may seem like a very daunting task. So with this in mind I though it may be helpful if I took you through, step […]

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    3 Affordable Yacht & Beach Table Service Restaurants

    Staying in the Epcot area? Looking to venture out of Epcot mid-day to try something new? You probably have heard of the Yachtsman Steak House, but did you know there are three other, more affordable, table service restaurants at the Beach & Yacht Club resorts? Here are my thoughts about my experiences at these lesser […]

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    The Stars Wars Galactic Spectacular Dessert Party – Our Review

    Every time we go to Disney World, we always try to include that something extra, the “new experience” that will help make that vacation unique and different from the previous trips. This year we decided to do the Galactic Spectacular Dessert Party at Hollywood Studios. This was going to be our first time seeing the new Hollywood […]

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    Review: Minnie and Friends Breakfast at Plaza Inn

    First off, Minnie and Friends Breakfast at Plaza Inn is the cheapest character meal on property currently, it was $30 plus tax with no tip necessary since it is a cafeteria style restaurant. It is also the only character meal in Disneyland Park. You definitely get a lot of bang for your buck. Since there are no […]

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    If I could visit only one pavilion in EPCOT…

    Where would you choose if you could only visit one pavilion at Epcot? For me, it would be the Land Pavilion. The land pavilion has everything; three attractions, a tour, a large food court for counter service, and for table service, a family style buffet with characters.  There is one thing that this pavilion does NOT have that […]