Whether it’s special experiences, unique souvenirs, or snacks that would look spectacular on your Instagram, it’s hard to resist some of the things we spot in the parks and resorts. But today when we were at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, we found a double whammy — a drink that sounds delicious…AND comes with a fun souvenir cup!
You could be paying around $6,000 total for a single room at Disney World’s new Star Wars-themed hotel. So that cost should cover all possible expenses during your stay, right? Apparently not.
One of the reasons a stay at the Galactic Starcruiser is so expensive is that it’s more like a cruise experience rather than a hotel. Most meals and activities onboard are included in the price. But not quite everything is included — let’s take a look at what will cost you EXTRA during your visit to a galaxy far, far away.
Who’s ready for the 2021 EPCOT Food and Wine Festival?
We are! We’ve already hit up all the food booths (including the eight NEW booths this year) to get you all the deets AND reviews. And we’ve checked out some of the activities, too, like Remy’s Ratatouille Hide & Squeak scavenger hunt and the cheese crawl!
When it comes to bars, we keep going back to La Cava del Tequila at the Mexico Pavilion at EPCOT.
We’ve had some great drink experiences there, from an Agave Experience to some unique margaritas (like tomato) and a Not-So-Old-Fashioned. We’ve even had a special edition mezcal there — with grasshoppers! So we pay attention when something new gets added to the menu there!
If you’re planning a trip to Disney World, you’ll find a TON of information out there on the internet!
But, like most subjects, not all the info you find will be true. It’s easy to get bad advice for your Disney World trip, and it’s also pretty easy to find a bunch of rumors, stories, and myths about the parks as a whole. Today, we’re busting 13 Disney myths that we hear frequently so that you don’t get the wrong idea about what ACTUALLY goes down in Disney World!
But we’re also trying some sweet summer treats, as well as some seasonal beverages, including pina coladas, strawberry funnel cake coffee, and a frozen flight of boozy drinks! Bring on the summertime vibes!
We’re big fans of secret menu things, maybe because it makes us feel all special and like we’re part of an elite Disney crowd.
Of course, we will TOTALLY share all those secrets with you, because, hey, we’re all friends here. That’s why we’ve told you about secret menu guacamole, Galaxy loaded fries, seven layer cake, and a pork belly burger! And now we’ve got another one to share, so lean in close because we’re going to whisper it.
Disney World’s flagship park, Magic Kingdom, is unique for many different reasons. Not only is it the first Disney World park, but it has a certain kind of, well, magic that the other three parks don’t seem to have!
If you’ve ever wandered around Magic Kingdom wondering, “Where can I get a beer??” …you’re not alone. In Disney World’s other three parks, throw a rock and you’re likely to hit a location selling alcohol. But NOT Magic Kingdom. It was the only Disney World theme park to NOT serve alcohol — but that is no longer the case! If you haven’t been to Magic Kingdom in the past several years, you may be totally unaware of this change, but it’s true!