We ate some truly delicious snacks on October 1st, but there were plenty that didn’t make our favorites list as well. In case you don’t have time to go through all our reviews and photos from that glorious day, we ranked ALL the 50th Anniversary treats, drinks, and snacks we tried in the Magic Kingdom.
Mickey Mouse and Cinderella Castle aren’t the only must-see things in Magic Kingdom!
Okay, so you’ve already had a Mickey Bar, waved to the princesses, and rode your favorite attractions. Think you’re ready to leave Magic Kingdom? Not so fast! We’ve got a few more things to add to your to-do list!
Did you know there’s a reason why Expedition Everest is just under 200 feet tall? Or that Disney actually uses a specific color to HIDE things they don’t want you to see?
Whether you’ve been to Disney World never, once, or you’re a Disney World expert, there are TONS of things about the Most Magical Place on Earth that will totally BLOW your mind! And today we’re sharing 100 amazing Disney World facts with you!
Disney parks have some absolutely amazing rides.
We certainly have our favorites. Attractions, old and new, wow us in a ton of different ways. Well, there are some Disney parks attractions that never came to be. But what about ideas that never even got off the ground? We’re looking at 25 REJECTED Disney ride ideas that never came to fruition!
A trip to “The Most Magical Place on Earth” isn’t complete without stopping by the park that started it all — Magic Kingdom!
There are so many special things about Disney’s Magic Kingdom: classic attractions, fan-favorite characters, and stellar entertainment. Everything here feels so nostalgic, welcoming, and dare we say…magical! So today, we’re tipping our hats to Disney World’s OG park and sharing 30 hidden secrets from Magic Kingdom!
The Nautilus — made to serve two — comes to you filled with Barbancourt Pango Rhum, Appleton Estate Reserve Rum, Combier Crème de Pêche de Vigne Liqueur, Tropical Juices, and Falernum. As with the other drinks served in souvenir glasses, ordering one will set off a chain of special effects around the small room that is the Grog Grotto. (You can see the previous edition of the Nautilus here.) [Read more…]
Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is a tiki bar full of enchantment, adventure… and crazy popular souvenir glasses!
While many of the specialty cocktails on the menu such as Krakatoa Punch, the Uh-Oa!, and the Polynesian Pearl come in souvenir glasses, the granddaddy of them all is: The Nautilus. And the “glass” is now available in its 2nd edition, according to the @WDWToday Twitter account. [Read more…]
There’s lots of cool stuff happening at Walt Disney World this year. But one thing that we are crazy excited about is the opening of Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort!
While there’s still no official word on exactly when this Spring we’ll be able to belly up to that bar, we do have a few more details about some of the drinks they’ll be featuring!
We’re hearing that beverages will be “hand crafted”, so we’re expecting delicious fresh flavors with a tropical twist! We can’t wait to get our hands on the Castaway Crush. And it won’t be long before we can indulge in a Polynesian Pearl, a Tahitian Torch, or a Nautilus. But personally, the first drink I’ll be enjoying here is the Dark & Tropical Stormy!
In addition to a whole bevy of new drinks, Trader Sam will also bring a couple of tried and true favorites from his Enchanted Tiki Bar at Disneyland to the Grog Grotto. The menu will include the Shrunken Zombie Head, Uh-Oa!, and Krakatoa Punch, in addition to others. We’re still awaiting word on whether we’ll be able to get a Kungaloosh! Surely, we will, right! 😀 (Check out our review of Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar here!)
And if you don’t indulge in alcoholic beverages, no worries — there are some great non-alcoholic options as well! We’ll look forward to telling you all about Skipper Sipper and Schweitzer Falls, and [Read more…]