Disney Springs has apparently been in the habit of featuring a lot of stuff from Disney Cruise Line. Honestly, we don’t blame them, considering cruises have not been able to operate for a very long time, and it’s unclear when they’ll be back. And, these Disney Cruise treats are taking a break from the high seas to chill at a Disney Resort that’s clearly a fan of maritime adventures.
We’ve been trying our fair share of Easter treats around the parks, and we even participated in an Easter egg hunt in EPCOT! Now, some impressive Easter eggs have popped up at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort.
Who doesn’t love a good brunch?!?
Well, Disney obviously does because they are using it to celebrate the next holidays coming up! Even though it feels like Valentine’s Day just ended, it seems Disney is skipping St. Patrick’s Day and moving on to Easter and Mother’s Day. Two Disney World Resort restaurants will be offering a returning holiday brunch!
If you love Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, we’ve got something exciting for you!
There’s just something about the atmosphere of the Yacht Club that makes us feel more relaxed. It could be the fact that we like to stuff our faces with delicious ice cream at Beaches & Cream while we’re visiting or just the sound of the boat’s horn as it takes guests between EPCOT and Hollywood Studios. Well, we stumbled upon a new souvenir that captures the atmosphere and has some hidden details for dedicated Disney fans!
Disney’s pool refurbishments are still going strong.
We’ve seen pools at Disney’s Pop Century Resort, Disney’s Art of Animation Resort, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge on the to-do list. Surely Disney will run out of pools to refurbish eventually, right? Well, not yet!
It’s hard to go wrong with a combination like wine and chocolate.
For New Year’s, Disney World offered a special celebration package that included sparkling wine and chocolate at a few resort restaurants. It looks like this package will continue in 2021, because a Valentine’s Day version has just popped up on select menus!
Hello, from Disney’s Yacht Club Resort!
We decided to try breakfast at the table-service location Ale & Compass on our recent trip to Disney World. This restaurant is known for coastal, New-England style cuisine. We haven’t been blown away by this location in the past so we wanted to see how breakfast was holding up.