In October we went on a 5-night sailing aboard Royal Caribbean’s Brilliance of the Seas from Tampa, Florida. You know you want to watch us wander around the ship!
Welcome 2019! It’s a good year to head to Walt Disney World, especially if you want to take advantage of offers Disney has released for the beginning of the year. This is to encourage people to plan their vacations before the late fall opening of Star War’s Galaxy’s Edge – which is going to break records for attendance and you may not want to be in the middle of the madness.
Unfortunately we didn’t get to spend Christmas at Walt Disney World this year, but luckily Disney is in the Christmas spirit all year round. You can buy Christmas ornaments pretty much anywhere on property. Our favorite is the Days of Christmas store in Disney Springs. Let’s take a tour of some of the ornaments you can bring home with you from your next Walt Disney World vacation!
There are so many great places to dine on Walt Disney World property that it’s hard to narrow down the list to our absolute favorites – but we did. We’ve dine at these table service restaurants the most over the years of vacationing at Walt Disney World. What do they have in common? Well they both are all-you-care-to-eat options (can’t go wrong with that) and they are both located in Disney resorts, so no park ticket required. So, what is our favorite places to chow down, you ask?
It’s (almost) time for another vacation! We feel like we deserve one after the summer we’ve had.
This time the focus isn’t really Walt Disney World. Well, there really is no focus to this trip because we’re doing a little bit of everything!
This trip’s agenda includes:
- 4 nights at Walt Disney World, staying at Disney’s Pop Century Resort
- 5 night cruise sailing out of Tampa on Royal Caribbean’s Brilliance of the Seas to Cozumel and Grand Cayman
- 2 nights at Universal to attend Halloween Horror Nights, staying at Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort
We don’t really buy as many souvenirs as we used to when we first started going to the Disney parks. These days we save for a splurge at the Character Warehouse outlet stores or just hit an Orlando-area Target or Walmart for a few things. One thing we will still spend money on, however, is Disney artwork.
Before Animal Kingdom got a boost with the (fairly) new arrival of “Pandora: The World of Avatar”, it was largely regarded as the “park to skip” if you were in a time crunch. While I can agree that Pandora has become the “main attraction,” so to speak, there are plenty of other great things to do during your visit to the park.
Without further ado, here are my “Top 9 things to do at Disney’s Animal Kingdom!”