AT&T Now Offering Cellular and Data Packages Aboard Disney Cruise Line!

Beginning today, if you have AT&T as your cellular provider you are able to purchase cruise bundling packages to save on cellular phone service costs when sailing with the Disney Cruise Line!  How awesome is that?These new cellular cruise packages will work onboard the Disney Cruise Line ships, as well as in ports of call when traveling on cruises to Canada, Mexico and The Caribbean. In addition, these packages provide you with a more affordable option to stay in touch with their family … [Read more...]

Why you should dine at the San Angel Inn

Epcot is one of our favorite parks at Disney. We love the rides, my Disney nerds especially love the learning aspect of Epcot and we all love the beautiful World Showcase. One of our favorite parts of Epcot is the food! From the creamy creme brulee with a delicious sugar crust, German specialties like schnitzel and sauerkraut, to thick steaks at Le Cellier Steakhouse in the Canada pavilion  just to name a few, there is something for everyone's tastes. During our recent trip to Disney World, my … [Read more...]

Disney Confidential – Waterside Restaurant coming to Morocco Pavilion

Hey there lads and lassies, it’s me…that’s right the mouse of all your dreams… Anonymouse (ahh you thought Mickey was the best Mouse?).  So, I am so excited for 2013 because it seems to me so much fun is coming to Walt Disney World and I want to be right there in the  middle of it!So, I have been hearing rumblings recently of a new restaurant coming to the Morocco Pavilion and similar to what Mexico did with La Hacienda San Angel being a waterside restaurant.Morocco has plans on opening … [Read more...]

Disney Cruise Line Unveils 2014 Schedule and Adds a New Port in Colombia!

Disney Cruise Lines announced that in addition to the current ports of call in Florida, Jamaica, and Mexico, that the Disney Cruise Lines will now be stopping in Cartagena, Colombia.Disney Cruise Line's website is touting Cartagena as a place with  "cobblestone streets, historic architecture and vibrant markets" are what makes "this charming South American port city" a great place "to relax and unwind." The Disney "Wonder" will be the ship that stops in Cartagena. Where do I sign … [Read more...]

Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure gets new expansion

The interactive game, Disney Phineas and Ferb: Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure, debuted earlier this summer, but today we’re happy to announce that Agent P has added new elements to his adventures in the United Kingdom, Mexico and Japan Pavilions.The game is based on the wily secret-agent alter-ego of Perry the Platypus, a faithful pet to the title characters from Disney’s animated series “Phineas & Ferb.” Although just a simple pet to Phineas and Ferb, Perry turns into Agent P in … [Read more...]

Disney Confidential – Another Piece of the Puzzle Means Another Meet and Greet in Epcot

 Hey there guys and gals, guess who? It's me...that's right your answer to the maze that is Disney gossip... Anonymouse here. Today I have a juicy morsel of information for you...which is better than the juicy bit of whatever it was that was stuck in Chimp's...err I mean Chip's teeth earlier.Anyway, moving on to the more important piece of info...a new permanent (for now because nothing really is permanent in Disney) character meet and greet location is coming to Epcot and more … [Read more...]

A Few Things about Epcot You May Not Know

I love Epcot because it is the only place where I can visit 10 countries (not including The American Adventure) in one day and not have to leave the country or board an airplane.Epcot is an acronym for Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow. Epcot opened on October 1, 1982 If you ride the People Mover over at the Magic Kingdom you can see the original plan for Epcot. Epcot was modeled after The World’s fair and has been called a permanent version of the World’s fair. The big … [Read more...]

The Attractions of of Epcot’s World Showcase

I'll say this once again, the World Showcase is magnificent in its scope and splendor even if you just look at the buildings. There are also a lot of entertainment opportunities that I, like a lot of other folks, call attractions which are family friendly. These are as follows:Mexico - The Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros (formerly El Rio del Tiempo - The river of time) A charming little adventure starring Donald, Jose Carioca, and Panchito Pistoles. Norway - Maelstrom. An … [Read more...]

Disney Wonder Visits Hawaii for the First Time

Today, the Disney Wonder called on Honolulu, Hawaii for the first-time, sailing past iconic Diamond Head and Waikiki Beach. The Disney Wonder is in the middle of a special 15-night Hawaiian cruise with stops in Hilo, Hawaii; Kahului, Maui; Honolulu, Oahu; Nawiliwili, Kauai and Ensenada, Mexico. Disney Cruise Line is offering a second 14-night Hawaiian voyage that will depart from the Port Of Los Angeles on October 14, 2012. Related articlesDisney Wonder Sails Inaugural Trip to Hawai'i … [Read more...]

Drink Around the World Showcase – Italy Pavilion

If you’re touring Epcot for Chip & Co.’s Drink Around the World Showcase (DAWS) challenge Epcot’s World Showcase offers both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages for adult guests seeking do a global tour of the various tastes of its 11 pavilions. As an adult, I love being able to discover new flavors, both in food and drink, from different countries around the world.  At the Mexico Pavilion, I learned that I liked Margaritas.  But, even better than that, I discovered wine in … [Read more...]