In addition to news about Disney World and Disneyland, we also heard about a Tangled-themed attraction in Disneyland Paris, a Space Mountain transformation in Tokyo Disneyland, and even a new Frozen expansion in Hong Kong Disneyland. And now we’re here with big Disney Cruise Line news for Aussies and Kiwis!
Let’s face it — the EPCOT Food & Wine Festival can get pricey.
Although the prices of dishes might seem inexpensive on menus, the portion sizes are generally smaller, meaning you’ll want to eat more, and the next thing you know, you’ve blown your festival budget out of the water (but, hey, it’s okay — it happens). But there are some great festival eats that really ARE super cheap — under $5 to be exact — and we’re going to tell you about the best of them!
Disney excursions don’t come cheap, so when we see a deal we have to share it!
Amidst the buzz around Disney’s new $5000 Star Wars Hotel, The Galactic Starcruiser, there’s been a lot of talk about just how expensive Disney is. While we’re not denying that observation, we did just find some deals that might help if you’re trying to take your Disney travels to the next level!
If you’re looking for the most bang for your buck, we have a list of TEN “value” items you should consider getting across the festival booths! Whether it’s for their larger portion sizes, pricier ingredients, or hidden savings, we hope this list helps you save a little bit of money as you make your way around the festival!
We had a great day eating and drinking our way around the 2021 EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival!
This year’s festival runs July 15th, 2021 through November 20th, 2021, and has a whopping 32 food booths. We spent our way getting our snack on at the 23 booths that opened today (the rest come later!) and we have some OPINIONS.
Can you feel it? The EPCOT Food and Wine Festival is RIGHT around the corner and today made it feel even more REAL!
Today as we were visiting EPCOT we noticed some new additions to the Food and Wine Festival Booths that were not there before. Disney added menus with prices around most of the booths around World Showcase! We made sure to grab some first looks for you so that you can continue to plan your trip to The EPCOT Food and Wine Festival this year! Let’s take a look! [Read more…]
The world has certainly changed a lot in the last year, and the travel industry is a major example of this.
Airlines were one of the types of businesses that were highly affected by the global health crisis and resulting closures. Now, as the industry starts to return and a COVID-19 vaccine may be on the horizon, one airline is looking to the future for how best to keep passengers safe — and it might surprise you.
The global health crisis continues to affect the travel industry. As it stands, many international airlines haven’t yet resumed flights to the US. Thus, it’s more difficult for international guests to get to Disney World.
And although some governments are starting to consider how to resume select flights to and from the US soon, it may take up to a year or longer for international airlines to do so.
Disney’s animated films take us to some extraordinary places! They’ve taken us under the sea in The Little Mermaid and even to outer space in films like WALL-E.
And did you know there are a ton of REAL places all over the globe that served as an inspiration for many of our beloved animated films?
Grab your snacks and settle in for an adventure around the world as we check out 14 real places from Disney’s animated films!