Month: April 2015

Why I’m a Fan of the Disney Dining Plan

Just yesterday, the most anticipated Disney World promotion every year was announced – the free dining promotion.  On stays of three nights or more, guests receive the free dining plan when booking a stay at most Disney World hotels (guests also have to purchase a park-hopper ticket).  The […]

Question of the Week (4/26/15)

Every Sunday our writers get together and answer a Disney related question.  Here is this week’s question and answer, put your answer in the comments! Question of the Week:  What is your favorite Disney attraction that’s on water? You don’t have to necessarily get soaked on it as […]

“Reusing” Some Disney Magic

Happy Earth Day dear readers! As I sat down to write my post for this week I realized that I would be posting on Earth Day 2015. Even though I wouldn’t consider myself an avid celebrator of the holiday, I wanted to write something that could fit with […]

La Hacienda de San Angel Review

La Hacienda de San Angel is a table-service restaurant in Epcot’s Mexico Pavilion.  It is on the dining plan (as one table-service credit).  The restaurant is located right along the World showcase Lagoon on the opposite side of the road from Mexico’s pyramid.  There are two table-service restaurants […]

Question of the Week (4/19/15)

Every week our group of writers get together and answer a Disney-related question. Here is this week’s question and answer (leave your answer in the comments). Question of the Week: If money was no issue, what Disney hotel would you most like to stay in? Leslie – Animal Kingdom […]

Happy Haunts Materialize

My post this week is dedicated to explaining the exciting news about one of Disneyland’s most iconic dark rides – The Haunted Mansion. Now, if you don’t know me personally, it is only fair that you are aware of the fact that I am a huge chicken. I […]

The Muppets at Disney Parks

The story of the Muppets at Disney Parks is a complex one that has been told many times.  At this point, the story has become almost more of a legend than a story, as it’s been passed on for nearly 25 years now.  With the recent news that […]