The Jungle Book app for iPad and iPod Touch

The classic tale of The Jungle Book gets a modern twist with Disney Publishing's newest Disney Classics app – “The Jungle Book”!  A new generation of Disney fans, along with parents, can experience the story of the 1967 animated film in this fresh new app combining engaging storytelling with unique interactive elements, rich illustrations, music, and other surprises.“The Jungle Book” app, available for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, tells the story of a boy named Mowgli and his jungle friends … [Read more...]

Character Breakfast at Cape May Cafe

It was so exciting try a different Character Meal during my February trip to Walt Disney World. My daughter and our two good friends, Les and Lisa had a "girls' breakfast" at Cape May and really enjoyed it.Cape May Cafe is at the Beach Club Resort on Walt Disney World property. We had a car so we just parked in the guest parking lot, but if you were staying on property you would want to take a bus to either Hollywood Studios or Epcot for your reservation and be sure to plan that into your … [Read more...]

Radio Rebel coming to DVD June 19, 2012

Tara Adams, played by Debbie Ryan, star of Jessie and The Suite Life on Deck, is your ordinary shy junior trying to navigate her way through the clique-infested highs and lows of high school. What most of her classmates don't know is that Tara has a secret identity, she is actually "Radio Rebel", the most popular radio DJ in Seattle.Tara's school is in the middle of a clique crisis and Radio Rebel tries to be a voice to all kids, popular and unpopular alike and questions the status quo, to … [Read more...]

Epcot’s Coral Reef Resturant Review

I remember in the 80's when Epcot opened, my family visited the Living Seas. I remember thinking that it was one really huge aquarium as I descended in my hydrolater and then rode my seacab (does anybody remember those things?) to “Seabase Alpha”. In fact, the Living Seas IS a huge aquarium filled with 5.7 million gallons of salt-water and over 6,000 sea creatures.The Coral Reef Restaurant actually opened in 1986 at the same time as the rest of the Pavilion. In the 26 years that it opened … [Read more...]

Supercalifragilistic Breakfast at 1900 Park Fare

If you’re looking for a character meal with maximum food and fun for minimum price let me suggest the Supercalifragilistic Breakfast at 1900 Park Fare in the Grand Floridian.My daughter and I ate there in February 2012 for the first time and really enjoyed the food as well as the opportunity to meet Mary Poppins, Pooh, Tigger, Alice & the Mad Hatter. Yep, that’s FIVE characters!Once you check in on the bottom floor of the Grand Floridian Resort at 1900 Park Fare and they take you to … [Read more...]

Magician Mickey Meet and Greet at WDW

With the closing of Toontown in Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World you might be wondering where on earth you can meet the Big Cheese, the Main Mouse, you know… MIC- KEY M-O-U-S-E?!Don’t worry! I’ve got you covered!Mickey has now moved to Town Square Theater on Main Street which is just about..HERE on the map!    Now yeah, its cool that you meet Mickey here, but the really cool part is the amazing details that they put into this area, both the … [Read more...]

Family Magic Tour at Walt Disney World

This February my family and I signed up to take the Family Magic Tour at Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World.We called 407-WDW-TOUR and signed up for four people. The cost is only $34.00 per person and let me tell you that it is totally worth every single penny!This tour is ok for all ages and takes 1.5 to 2 hours and is a walking tour so make sure you wear comfy shoes and check the weather. Park admission is not included in the price so make sure you have tickets also.So let me run … [Read more...]

SAVE money by renting a house at Walt Disney World

In my family we have four people. Two of them are under ten and don’t take up that much room. They’re past the age where they need five-hundred supplies just to survive, so as long as I stick to my PERFECT PACKING LIST our family unit meets the requirements to stay in just about any room at Walt Disney World. However, I always seem to feel crowded in my resort room!!If I had baby #3 (which is NOT in the plan for me by the way) that means my options would become much more limited. You see, … [Read more...]

PixiGLOW Tinkerbell inspired makeup now at Target

I don’t know about you, but I have always thought that Tinkerbell was amazingly beautiful! When the new Tinkerbell movies came out I was further convinced that Tink is, perhaps, REALLY the fairest of them all.So I was thrilled to hear about  Pixi Beauty, a makeup line brand created by Swedish makeup artist Petra Strand, was creating a line devoted to highlighting the natural beauty of Tinkerbell.Pixi is all about "looking like you, only better, and has created pure, skin-loving formulas … [Read more...]

Disney World Quick Tips – Saving Money at Quick Service Eateries for Adults

I just returned from Walt Disney World after being there for 9 days, and I wanted to make sure to tell you about something that can save you BIG on your Disney vacation… ordering off the kids menu.If you are really wanting to save some cash on your next Disney vacation then when eating quick service (aka counter service) order off of the KIDS Menu instead of the adult menu. You can read more about counter service HERE.  Let me see if I can break it down for you with an example:Pecos … [Read more...]