One of the biggest parts of prepping for your vacation is choosing where to stay during your trip. Disney World has tons of resort options for every price point. But, if you’re looking to save some extra cash (and really, who isn’t?!), here are some top tips for scoring the best deals on Disney hotels this year!
Paging Star Command! Think you have what it takes to defeat Zurg and save the galaxy? Then you’re going to have to blast off to infinity and beyond on Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin at Magic Kingdom!
And once you blast off, you’ll be wanting to reach that coveted status of Galactic Hero, right? But how exactly do you go about nabbing 999,999 points on this ride? Well, we just reached Galactic Hero Status, and now we’re going to tell you EXACTLY how we got there.
If you’re planning a trip to Disney World, there are several different types of reservations that you’ll need to make!
You’ll need to make reservations for your hotel and your dining, as well as Disney Park Pass reservations for each day that you plan to visit the parks. Plus, you’ll want to book experiences like Savi’s Workshop and Droid Depot in advance. Your vacation relies heavily on these reservations, but it’s still completely possible to have a great time without them. Either way, there’s no need to stress, because today we’re sharing our top tips for how to snag those hard-to-get reservations!
When you’re going to Disney World, especially in this era of social distancing and capacity restrictions, some lines are to be expected. You’re likely going to wait in a line for the buses, you’re likely going to wait in (sometimes long and confusing) lines for stores, restaurants, and attractions, and you may even wait in line for the pool!
But there’s one line you may NOT be thinking about or planning for, and if you stay at certain resorts, not planning for this line could MAKE or BREAK your day!
We ALL make mistakes in Disney World — some bigger or more than others.
We’ve gone through lists of the rookie mistakes you’re making when you book a Disney World hotel, the Mobile Order mistake you do NOT want to make, and 3 NEW Disney World trip mistakes you’re totally not expecting. But, today we’re back at it again! Today, we’re going through our list of the 10 worst things EVERYONE does at Disney World! How many of these things have you done and how many will you swear to NEVER do again?
The EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival has officially started!
And if you’re planning on traveling to Disney World over the next few months, you’ll want to know all about it, right? And there is a lot to know — you’ll want to know about the food available, what kind of activities you can find, what entertainment is going on, and more! We’ve put together a list of everything you need to know if you’ll be attending the festival!
We do our best to keep you updated on all the tips, tricks, and hacks to make your visit to Disney World a little easier!
From food hacks to how to increase your chances of grabbing a boarding pass for Rise of the Resistance, we’re going to let you know about it all! And today, we found another tip that could save you a LOT of time at EPCOT!
Now that we’ve experienced our first trip back to several Walt Disney World hotels as Disney World continues its phased reopening, we’ve picked up a few handy tips for you!
We would never have thought of many of these helpful tidbits before we arrived, so if you’re heading to a Disney World hotel soon, we really want you to know what we DIDN’T know going into our resort stay!
Disney Food Blog contributor Megan Dorsey offered a few food photography tips she’d learned from taking pics on a recent trip, and I thought it’d be fun to compile a few more from some photographer friends and me! More and more folks are starting to join the weird crowd of us who take photos of everything we eat, so tips and tricks are always fun to share!
1. Play around with camera angles: While taking photos directly above the plate looking down works well for many entrees and shows the whole plate, some foods are more impressive when seen from the side. Experiment with different angles (makes it harder to keep us, the kids, and the other table stuff out of some shots.)
2. Try to clear away the rest of the table clutter from the shot. (Hard with two kids.)
3. Have the camera ready because it is tempting to start eating before you take the picture. If the camera is on the table it serves as a reminder to [Read more…]