Month: June 2017

What Comes Next for Tomorrowland?

Disney’s iconic castle parks are made up of memorable lands – Main Street, Adventureland, Frontierland, Fantasyland, and Tomorrowland.  There are tweaks to each castle park (Liberty Square, New Orleans Square, etc.) but the 5 lands above are all part of a tried and true formula.  Most of these […]

Morimoto Asia Lunch Review

Morimoto Asia is a table-service restaurant in Walt Disney World’s Disney Springs.  The restaurant is owned and operated by Chef Morimoto of Iron Chef fame.  Morimoto Asia serves, you guessed it, Asian foods, primarily Chinese and Japanese fare.  This restaurant does take part in the Disney Dining plan, […]

Question of the Week (6/19/17)

Every few weeks our writers get together and answer a Disney related question.  Here is this week’s question and answers. Question of the Week: It’s been a while since we’ve done this one, if we’ve done it at all… What’s your favorite attraction that isn’t very popular with […]

The River Returns

Disneyland’s Rivers of America has been inaccessible for nearly two years, shelving Pirate’s Lair on Tom Sawyer Island, Fantasmic!, the Mark Twain Riverboat, Sailing Ship Columbia, the Explorer Canoes, and the Big Thunder trail in the process.  While not as iconic as some areas in Disneyland, the river […]

Old Key West Review

Old Key West is a Disney Vacation Club Hotel in Walt Disney World’s Disney Springs area.  As far as categories go, the resort would be considered a deluxe villa.  Being one of the first DVC resorts ever build, Old Key West is often one of the cheapest deluxe […]

A Top Ten Attractions Podcast

Just a quick update!  I do a weekly podcast with my friend Darin, who has also written a few posts here.  Typically we talk about movies or TV but this week we decided to discuss our 10 favorite and 5 least favorite Disney Park attractions with our lovely […]

Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe Review

Pecos Bill is a counter-service restaurant in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom.  The restaurant offers Mexican and American fare, albeit on a fairly small menu.  Pecos Bill does accept an annual pass discount and takes part in the Disney Dining Plan as a counter-service credit.  We recently had lunch […]

Question of the Week (6/5/17)

Every few weeks our writers get together and answer a Disney related question.  Here is this week’s question and answers. What is one of your favorite romantic places at a Disney Park that is a little less obvious than others? What is the least romantic spot in Disney […]

Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue Dinner Show Review

The Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue is a dinner show at Fort Wilderness Campground & Resort.  The food offered is traditional southern and BBQ food and is all-you-can-eat.  The Hoop-Dee-Doo doesn’t accept an Annual Pass discount but does accept Tables in Wonderland.  The dinner show is also a part of […]