We spotted another new bus wrap today from a Disney classic that’s making us want to take flight!
It seems as though new character bus wraps appear every week, and we can’t complain! The newest bus will make you want to hop on board and ride it straight to the ball!
This has been such a fun scavenger hunt of sorts to spot all the new buses (who would think we would get so excited over a bus)? And today we spotted a brand new — yet totally classic — edition!
There’s a new way to “ride like the wind, Bullseye!” around Disney World…
We’ve seen a ton of adorable new character and movie wraps on the Disney buses that take guests around Disney World. You can spot the Sensational Six, the Lion King, and even Figment! Well, the newest in the line up of fun themed bosses is on the road and we caught a glimpse!
Oh hai, Green Monorail! How u doin’???
The Green Monorail was lookin’ extra fly today because it recently received a makeover, and we HAVE PHOTOS!
The Skyliner, as you’ll recall, is a gondola system at Walt Disney World that connects two theme parks and four Resort hotels. And thanks to a DFB pal, we got a chance to see it from the sky!
When the Disney Skyliner Gondola System becomes operational for the public on September 29, 2019 (see the announcement here!), it begins a new phase of transportation (and views!) in Walt Disney World. We’ve learned a lot about the Skyliner since the system’s announcement in 2017 (like how it’s designed to keep riders cool!); but now that all the pieces are essentially in place, guests have a TON of questions before they take their first flights on the new transportation system.
We’ve got the pro tips you need to make the most of your rides on the Disney World Skyliner!
Disney Skyliner Stations
There are five Skyliner stations. [Read more…]
As Walt Disney World prepares to begin a new chapter in mass transportation with the advent of its Skyliner gondola system, Skyliner stations are starting to emerge from behind construction walls. Today we’re bringing you a look at Hourglass Lake station at Art of Animation and Pop Century Resorts!
Construction fencing around the Station’s restrooms has come down, revealing details about the new addition. [Read more…]
The Disney Parks are always changing, and that means loads of Disney news! Every single day, we’re tracking Disney news (food and otherwise!) so we can bring you the latest. (If you join our DFB Newsletter, you’ll get all the newsy details FIRST!)
Here we’re gathering TEN of the biggest Disney news stories from 2018…ICYMI!
From price increases and ticket changes to transportation updates and new restaurants, the BIGGEST news stories from 2018 are going to seriously affect your upcoming trip in 2019! Read through to see what you NEED to know to make sure your visit next year goes smoothly!
Disney World Ticket Date-Based Pricing Introduced
When the announcement was made that Disney World’s tickets would go to a date-based pricing model, our readers had a lot of mixed reactions. On the positive side, readers said they were looking forward to seeing which dates would be lower and using that information to plan their trips. And if you’re a person who enjoys the growing complexity of planning a trip to WDW, we totally feel you on this!
Let’s set the scene: you’ve finally scored an Advance Dining Reservation for Be Our Guest Restaurant in Magic Kingdom. But you don’t know exactly how much time to allow to get there from your Resort, since you don’t have access to your Resort’s bus schedule in your room as you get ready to go.
Well… now you’re going to have your Resort’s bus schedule literally at your fingertips!! Disney is rolling out a new feature on the My Disney Experience app which will allow Disney Resort guests to see real-time estimates for when the next buses will depart from their Disney Resort hotel, as well as when they will arrive at their destination! [Read more…]
The Minnie Van service is a Disney-operated personal ride program available in partnership with the Lyft app, featuring Disney World Cast Members as drivers. When the program made its debut last year, it was first available to guests only at select Deluxe Resorts.
However, the rollout of the program has expanded over the past several months. And now, the rollout is complete and guests staying at any Disney World Resort — Value, Moderate, and Deluxe — can access the service, as well as guests at Four Seasons Orlando and the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotels. (Guests who already have the service on their apps can get rides to and from any on-property location at any time.)