Port Orleans French Quarter – a Perfect WDW Getaway Spot For Adults

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One of the biggest challenges in planning a Walt Disney World Vacation for adults is picking which resort to stay at. Personally, I know I am looking for someplace quiet, scenic, and moderately inexpensive when I go to book my vacation Port Orleans French Quarter is the WDW Resort that meets all these criteria and more:Setting: The resort has a Mardi Gras/New Orleans theme, and it really showcases the New Orleans French Quarter style architecture and atmosphere. The resort is smaller (by … [Read more...]


Reservations Open for Lunch at Donald’s Dining Safari at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

 Donald’s Dining Safari at Tusker House Restaurant at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park is expanding from breakfast to also include lunch. Donald’s Dining Safari Lunch with Donald Duck, Daisy Duck and their pals begins Dec. 4 at the restaurant in Harambe Village in the Africa area of the park. (No Disney characters during dinner service.)The buffet-style restaurant is a crowd pleaser and one of our favorites, with a delicious spread that always includes dishes with an African … [Read more...]


New Eats and Treats at the Magic Kingdom

New eats and treats are making their way through the menus in the Magic Kingdom. In the eats departmentCosmic Rays Starlight Cafe (Tomorrowland) is serving 1/3 pound angus burger, beef salad, vegetable sandwich, turkey sandwich, deluxe chili dog and gelato.Columbia Inn Harbor House (Liberty Square) is offering baked salmon with couscous, lobster roll, broccoli peppercorn salad and steamed fresh broccoli.Also changing, the price of soda (a.k.a. "pop" for those of us from the … [Read more...]


Money Matters for adults too! 8 Tips to Save Money!

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There are a lot of articles/lists out there aimed towards families traveling to Walt Disney World on a budget. They offer some great tips, but let’s face it, families with children aren’t the only ones who need budgeting/money saving tips for vacationing in WDW.It’s no secret that a Walt Disney World vacation can be expensive, something I found out the hard way when planning my honeymoon (makes me grateful and admiring of my parents who were able to budget and save for all those WDW trips … [Read more...]


Get First Taste of New Wine Exclusively for 2011 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival

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If you like being a trendsetter, make one of your first stops at the Epcot Food & Wine Festival at the Enoteca Castello wine shop in the Italy Pavilion, where they’ll be pouring ($6 a glass) two new exclusive wines for Disney Parks. You also can purchase there by the bottle ($16.95), or at the wine shop in the Festival Welcome Center.The label is Sogno d’Italia, which translates as “Dream of Italy,” made by Placido in Tuscany and imported by Banfi Vintners.. The light, … [Read more...]