As you all know, I LOVE holidays. No really, I love them. Christmas, Halloween, Easter, heck even Arbor Day! I just love celebrating. And no one does the holidays quite like the Disney Parks. With Halloween right around the corner, you might be wondering “Which is better during Halloween time, Disneyland or Disney World?”. Well, today I’m here to answer that question.
I’m going to be rating the parks based on five categorizes: Halloween Parties, Ride Layovers, Other Offerings Nearby, Treats and Decor. Each category will have a “winner”. In the end, the park with the most wins…wins!
Also, this post is essentially comparing Magic Kingdom (located in Walt Disney World Resort) and Disneyland (located within Disneyland Resort) during Halloween time.
Hey everyone! It’s that time of year again: The Epcot International Food & Wine Festival! And since I JUST got back from this years festival, I thought today would be the perfect time to share a little bit about my overall experience. And by overall experience, I mean talk about the FOOD! (Because isn’t that the point of most Epcot festivals, eating lots of yummy food?!).
This post is going to be very similar to my post rating the food at the Festival of the Arts. (Shameless plug, make sure to check out that post here. You can also check out all of my past Epcot posts here).
Here’s how I rate the food at the 2019 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival:
I wouldn’t say I’m the biggest Star Wars fan out there, but I’m definitely a huge fan of the franchise. I remember seeing The Phantom Menace opening weekend back in 1999. Can’t believe I was only 7 at the time! Honestly, that’s probably where my love of Ewan McGregor came from. Any who, although the prequels weren’t that good, at least we have the originals and the new trilogy. Right. Right?
During my quick trip to Disney World last week, I had the incredible opportunity to preview the new Star Wars land, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. While Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge has been open at Disneyland for a few months now, its Disney World counterpart does not officially open until tomorrow, August 29th! Getting a chance to visit Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge before it opened to the public was seriously a dream come true!
Here’s a little recap of my visit to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disney World:
Fall is officially here! Just kidding. But I wish it was. Go away summer, you’ve overstayed your welcome. Fall might not be here just yet, BUT, the 2019 Disney Halloween Merchandise has officially been released. And spoiler alert: It’s all so adorable! Like seriously, I want it ALL.
The photos in this post were all taken at the World of Disney in Disney Springs, however, a lot of this merchandise can also be found on Shop Disney online. (Which is perfect for those, like me, who don’t live near Disney)!
Here’s the new 2019 Disney Halloween Merchandise:
Since becoming an Annual Passholder in 2015, I’d say I’ve visited the Disney Parks, at minimum, at least five or six times a year. People often ask me “How is it that you don’t get tired/sick of Disney?.” The truth is, there’s ALWAYS something new to discover or experience at Disney. No Disney trip is like the last. For me, something that I always try to do is dine at a new restaurant during each trip.
(Of course I always make room for my staples like Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ and Be Our Guest but I also try to squeeze in a new dining experience as well!).
During my last two Disney trips I dined at a TON of new restaurants so I wanted to share the reviews with you all. It’s been a hot minute since my last Disney Restaurant Review so I’m excited to finally add on to that series.
Today’s post is all about Breakfast at Tusker House Restaurant in Disney’s Animal Kingdom!