Since it’s the summer, I’m on the road for summer vacation more and more. This is going to be one of those “non-Disney” posts. This past weekend, my family and I spent the weekend in Ottawa, Ontario supporting our U.S. Women’s Soccer Team as they played China in the quarterfinals of the Women’s World Cup.
One of things that is nice about Ottawa, for my family, is Ottawa is only a five-hour drive from our family’s house in New York. The game, on Friday, did not start until 7:30 pm so this allowed us to wake up at our usual time before hitting the road for Ottawa. Also, in the summer, it is a very easy drive as we could stay on highways on the entire time (an important thing when travelling with children). There are other “faster” to get there but one way involves cutting up near Adirondack State Park and, as a result, does not have many good places to stop. The other way involves going up to Plattsburgh and across the top of New York State. Since that way took us through the area where the ongoing manhunt for an escaped prisoner, we decided to staying on the highways.
Pixar has released some very successful movie in its brief movie tenure. There have been “duds” in there too (looking at you, Cars 2). But, today, we are going to focus on the successful ones. Pixar is coming off another smash hit with Inside Out. Where does the movie rank among the all of the Pixar movies? These are just my unofficial rankings. Your rankings may differ. See my rankings after the jump.
Welcome to this month’s Magical Blogorail Orange loop. Today we are sharing some of the best breakfast spots at Disney.
One of my family’s favorite places to eat, at Walt Disney World, is at Chef Mickey’s. While we usually eat dinner at Chef Mickey’s (in fact all of the pictures are from dinner), some of the reasons that we love the restaurant are also reasons to love the restaurant for breakfast. Let’s head into the buffet line and take a look at why you think about having a Chef Mickey’s breakfast on your next Walt Disney World vacation.
Today’s blog post originated when a friend of me rented points, had a reservation through a third-party vendor, and then lost his reservation when Disney discovered that the member who sold his points to be rented was behind in his dues payments. The third-party vendor washed his hands of the old reservation and offered my friend a new reservation by at an increased cost which my friend declined. However, today’s post isn’t going to argue who was wrong and who was right in this situation but to discuss should Disney run their own “Stub Hub/Points Exchange” program instead of letting this service be run completely by third-party vendors.