When heading to Disney for a *MAGICAL* vacation the last thing you want to worry about is your house while you are gone. Getting your house ready for a Disney vacation is just as important as booking flights and buying park tickets. No one wants the added stress of thinking you forgot something. By following these steps you won’t forget anything and your vacation will be stress free… at least when it comes to your house. Continue reading “Getting Your House Ready For a Disney Vacation”
One of the fun aspects of getting ready to go to Disney is counting down the days until you leave. My family uses a countdown to not only track the number of days left to our trip but also to highlight one thing each day we will be experiencing while we are there. To do this we use the famous Disney Monorail as our guide. Continue reading “Disney Monorail Countdown”
Last week we talked about how to save up to 52% on your Walt Disney World accommodations using the Vacation Resorts by Owners (VRBO) website. This week we have a first-hand review of one of the Walt Disney World off-property luxury condos you can book yourself using VRBO in Kissimmee. Continue reading “Walt Disney World Off-Property Luxury Condo”
You’ve made your Disney resort reservation, bought your airline tickets, bought your theme parks tickets and linked them to your My Disney Experience account. Now what? Continue reading “How to Create a Skeleton Disney Park Touring Plan”
In a previous post we gave you ways to kill time at Magic Kingdom Park. However, it’s doesn’t matter what park you are in, we all find ourselves with time to waste. Maybe it’s 10 minutes before your next FastPass+ window… Maybe it’s 30 minutes before your upcoming Advanced Dining Reservation. Either way, here are 5 ways to kill time at Epcot.
Since this wild cast of characters came together in late 2012 to create the MouseQuest we have imparted lots of great information on planning practically perfect Disney vacations. So to help everyone starting their 2018 vacation planning here is a listing of the best 50+ Disney planning tools from the MouseQuest which we have posted over the last four years.
Every year new and amazing things come to the Disney universe. Whether it’s in the parks, on the Disney Cruise ships, or in the realm of Disney entertainment. This year is no different. Follow along as we look back at the Disney Year in Review.
Continue reading “2017 Disney Year in Review”
One of my favorite attractions at Walt Disney World is Living with the Land. I especially love the second half of the ride where you take the slow journey through the greenhouses. This is likely because I am such a bad gardener and am awed but the amazing plants and trees on display. That’s why we were so excited to do the Behind the Seeds Tour at Epcot’s The Land Pavilion during our #EPICDisney vacation. Not only was it incredibly informative, it has to be one of the biggest hidden bargains at Walt Disney World. For the low, low, low, low bargain price of $25pp you get a one-hour-ish (likely a little more) walking tour of the research facility and greenhouses.
This year’s Epcot International Food & Wine Festival is starting tomorrow (8/31/17). To get ready for this fall festival let’s take a look at some of the fun events and food we have to look forward to this year.
Buying an annual pass is any Disney lover’s dream. With it comes with the ability to head to the ‘Most Magical Place on Earth’ anytime over the year without buying theme park tickets for each visit. This can lead to savings if you are visiting Walt Disney World more than once during the year.