Last month when my family was in Orlando, we decided to make a side trip to have a breakfast with some Minions and other characters at Universal’s Royal Pacific Resort. My daughter and I are both huge fans of the Minions. We wanted to find a way to meet them without spending the money on a one-day ticket to Universal.
It was announced, last week, that EPCOT will be getting a facelift. It is rumored that the majority of this facelift will be occurring in Future World and hopefully turning the Experimental Prototype Community of the Past (EPCOP) back into the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow (EPCOT) I talked about this topic some time ago when attempting to fleshing out Walt Disney World’s long-range plan leading up to the 50th anniversary in 2021 (less than five years away). Today, I’ll attempt to figure out what is safe, what will get “a new coat of paint”, and what is “on the chopping block.”
On Saturday, I’ll be in the World for my family’s annual week-long trip. It’s a great chance to relax, refresh, and recharge as well as seeing what new things have been added to the parks and resorts. Continue reading Upcoming December Trip
My wife and I made a child-less trip to Walt Disney World in September so I could attend a travel agent meeting. We took advantage of not having the kid with us at dinner by dining at some of the restaurants that we do not normally eat. We ate at Raglan Road in Disney Springs one night. Another night we ate at Monsieur Paul.
I ran this post a couple of years ago when the blog was in its infancy. Now, it’s due for an update.
Food and Wine Festival is a very popular, if not EPCOT’s most popular, event during the year. How can the guest best enjoy the festival and spend all of their time waiting in line, not having food spills, and keeping the kids happy? Continue reading Food and Wine Festival – Tips