Avoid Adult Meltdowns By Toting These 5 Items To The Parks!

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Adults may be older, and more mature than kids (well...in theory anyway!), but after a long day at Walt Disney World of waiting in lines, sweating from the sun, and walking for miles, even adults are prone to meltdowns. They can't always be avoided, but they can be less painful if you make sure you have these five items on you at all times while touring the Parks:1. A Water Bottle: Ideally a sturdy reusable one, I prefer something that holds 16-24 oz (I find the big ones that hold 32 oz or … [Read more...]



Disney Food Confession: Mickey Peanut Butter Cup

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What is it?A Giant Peanut Butter Cup with Mickey's face on it (It's almost too cute to eat....but not really!)Where Can You Find It?At Goofy's Candy Company in Downtown DisneyWhy do you want it? It is, in a word, DELICIOUS - smooth and creamy peanut butter inside (similar to a Reese's in flavor but super creamy!), milk chocolate outside that was high quality melt-in-your-mouth chocolate goodness! The Mickey head medallion was made of dark chocolate and was harder than the rest … [Read more...]



Top 3 Snacks at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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Disney's Hollywood Studios is such a great Park.  Great shows, great parade, great rides, great restaurants and yes... great snacks! For being a smaller park your sure do have so many options to choose from in the snack department! Here are my Top 3 Snacks at Disney's Hollywood Studio.#3. Old Fashioned Ice Cream Sundae. - This snack is just the way Mama made it! Old fashioned vanilla with hot fudge, whipped cream and a cherry on top! Just 1 snack credit or around $4.50.  This sweet sundae is … [Read more...]



AllergyFreeMouse.com Announces a Guest Blogging Contest

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AllergyFreeMouse.com, the website for Disney fans with food allergies, is hosting a guest blogging contest for a chance to win a $100 Disney Gift Card. The goal is to add more firsthand experiences from other food allergy diners.“Our readers tell us they really feel more confident after reading about food allergy dining experiences,” said Jeff, Co-Founder of AllergyFreeMouse.com. “We include more than just a simple rating with a few comments. We encourage our guest bloggers to relate the … [Read more...]



5 Quick Tips for Saving Money on Food at Disney World

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It’s no huge secret that food can end up being one of the major expenses on a vacation to Disney World. Yet there are a number of ways that you can plan your meals and save money. Probably the most well-known option is the Disney Dining Plan, especially if you are able to take advantage of the very popular Free Dining promotion.But if your travel plans don’t allow you to visit during Free Dining, no worries, there are still a few things that can save you big money on your Disney vacation … [Read more...]