Disney Dining Plan tips to help you Think Outside the Box

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When planning a Disney Vacation where to eat can be very high on the list of priorities, but where to use your DDP Credits can have even the best Disney Planner thinking and re-thinking  there best laid plans.Character Dining- This is not just for kids, some of the best buffetsor family style meals can come with your favorite Disney Pals hanging around during your meal! Don’t be afraid to try them just based on Character alone. Most Disney Characters are very good at telling weather you are … [Read more...]



Top 5 Favorite World Showcase Pavilions

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World Showcase is one of the most popular areas at Disney World and at the top of our list when we visit. Who doesn't like traveling around the world in an afternoon, experiencing different cultures, cuisine, products, architecture, and dining experiences!Of the nine different Epcot World Showcase Pavilions, which are packed full of things to see and do, everyone has their own favorite; but today, we are listing my Top 5 favorite pavilions and why we love them!1. Norway Pavilion-This … [Read more...]



Top 5 WDW Theme Park Activities That Adults Will Love

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Growing up, I was lucky enough to get to travel to Walt Disney World almost every year for vacation. And now, as an Adult Who Loves WDW, I find that there are some things that I loved as a kid that I still love doing, but I also have discovered some new and exciting things that might be right up your alley too!So here are my Top Five Walt Disney World Theme Park Activities For Adults (In no particular order!)1. "Behind The Scenes" Tours - There are a few of these out there, including the … [Read more...]



Making the Most of Counter Service – EPCOT

I think that EPCOT is an excellent park to get some variety in your meals while on the Quick Service Dining Plan.  Where else can you have foods from around the world, for meals AND snacks?  No where else but EPCOT.  You can for sure skip the chicken nuggets and burgers while at EPCOT, because here you'll find:Boulangerie Patisserie - In France, you can have a ham and cheese croissant, quiches, and even some sweet treats.La Cantina de San Angel - My kids LOVE having nachos or tacos … [Read more...]



Epcot’s Coral Reef Resturant Review

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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...]