I was on Pinterest the other day (yes I still love browsing Pinterest) and I saw one of MY photos show up on my explore page. (This is only the third time that’s ever happened to me!). It was a photo of some candy from Honeydukes in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter from one of my old Bits and Pieces posts. I completely forgot that I started this series back in 2019. Honestly, I actually loved posting little bits and pieces from my trips but then 2020/covid hit…well, you know what happened with that.
I went back through some of my old Bit and Pieces posts and I thought “Aww, I need to post more of these.” Plus, I never get tired of posting more related Disney posts. And since I’ll be in Disneyland this weekend celebrating my birthday, it only makes sense to post another Disney post to the blog!
So here’s a few (like legit five?!) cute photos from Magic Kingdom:
Happy Monday. I have SO many posts lined up that I’ve wanted to post but I have no time to edit the photos, edit the posts themselves, etc. Ugh, I feel like a horrible blogger but I’m trying my best. I’m trying to come up with a better schedule so I can put more time into blogging because it is and always will be a passion of mine.
Since I recently got back from Disney World I thought today would be a good day to do a little recap of this years Epcot International Festival of the Arts. (I guess the other posts I have planned will be pushed back yet again).
Also side note, make sure to check out my recaps of the festival of the arts from 2019 and 2017 (the first one ever!)
Here’s how I would rate the food at the 2022 Epcot International Festival of the Arts:
It’s crazy because even though I was just at Disney World last week, I feel like it’s been forever since I’ve been. Although, constantly missing Disney is just a normal thing for me. Today, I wanted to share a little trip report from my last visit to Disney World. You thought this was going to a full on restaurant review, right?
See, even bloggers can clickbait. Although technically it’s not clickbait since I will be revealing (what I believe to be) the BEST quick service restaurant at Disney World.
Any guesses? (Well, the photo does sort of give it away).
One of my favorite things about cruising on the Disney Cruise Line is that you can feel that Disney magic from the second you step onto the cruise ship until the moment you walk off. I’ve been lucky enough to (as of January 2020) sail on the Disney Dream three times now. And I’m so excited to be sailing on the Fantasy (my fourth Disney cruise) this summer.
Seriously, is it August yet? There are a ton of amazing activities abroad the Disney Dream. So much so that you won’t be able to experience absolutely everything on your cruise.
But there’s one activity that can’t be missed: the Sailing Away Deck Party!
It’s been a while since my last Disney Restaurant Review post or my last Disney Cruise post. So today I thought I’d combine the two and bring you guys a Disney Cruise Line restaurant review. *Drops mic*. As of January 2020, I’ve sailed on the Disney Dream three times. (Side note: I’m still not use to typing 2020). Although I LOVE the Dream, I’m so excited to be cruising on the Fantasy for the first time this August. But back to the Disney Dream…
There are three main rotational dinning rooms on the Disney Dream: Animator’s Palate, Enchanted Garden and The Royal Palace. All three restaurants are amazing but my favorite restaurant is definitely Animator’s Palate. Enchanted Garden gets the number two spot for me, leaving The Royal Palace as my least favorite. (But like I said earlier, they are all good!).
I’m going to be reviewing all three of the main rotational dinning rooms located on the Disney Dream. But for today, we’ll be talking exclusively about Enchanted Garden!
Here’s everything you need to know about dining at Enchanted Garden on the Disney Dream: Continue reading