Disney Cruise Line News: Infant Age Limit Changes

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Disney Cruise Line changes their Infant Age Limits effective July 18, 2014. This change applies to all new bookings for cruises starting January 1, 2015. Currently, the minimum age to sail aboard the Disney Cruise Line is 12 weeks old. For most itineraries, this minimum age will increase to 6 months of age. If you're setting sail on a Transatlantic, Hawaii or Panama Canal cruise, the minimum age will increase to 1 year of age. These changes put Disney Cruise Line in line with the rest of the … [Read more...]





Hollywood Studios Frozen Fun Premium Package Review

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The first question out of everyone's mouth to me was is, "Is the Hollywood Studios Frozen Fun Premium Package really worth it?" My answer in a nutshell is, Yes! Is it an easy way for Disney to make a couple bucks off Frozen? Absolutely. But, they take care of you in a way that makes you feel special during this event and give you great opportunities that you might not otherwise have!The morning starts with checking in before 11am near Min and Bill's dockside diner to pick up your event … [Read more...]





Planes: Fire & Rescue Press Day

PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE

The Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills was the location for the Planes: Fire & Rescue Press Day.  Arriving at the hotel, I checked in and was assigned to one of several hotel rooms where the round table interviews would be conducted.Wes Studi was the first to share his experience as the voice of Windlifter.  Windlifter is a heavy lift helicopter of native american descent and Wes feels that was a good decision.  Wes shared that living in the southwestern area of the US, 60% of the … [Read more...]





Disney World Quick Tip for Families of 5 or more: Family Suite, Connecting Rooms, or DVC Villa?

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This Disney World Quick Tip goes out to all those families trying to book their Walt Disney World Resort with 5 or more people...Do you have a family of five or bigger? As you may know, many of the rooms at the Walt Disney Resorts only accommodate four people, thereby it becomes more of a challenge to find a room or combination of rooms to hold your larger family. There are three main categories that you can compare.1. A Family Suite at All Star Movies or Art of Animation: these sleep up … [Read more...]





Planes: Fire & Rescue Media Movie Screening

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 Planes: Fire & Rescue Media Movie Screenings have been happening all week long in Hollywood area theatres.  On my third screening of the movie in so many weeks, I was able to focus on and enjoy the incredible details Disney Toon Studios have incorporated into the movie.  Like Frozen with Ice, Planes: Fire & Rescue takes the power of fire and uses it to not only enhance the movie's story line but to pay tribute to the many firefighters on the ground and in the air that work … [Read more...]