Happy Weekend Disney Friends! It’s a long weekend for many here in the U.S…..do you have some fun things planned to celebrate the President’s Day weekend? Be sure to take a few minutes to check out the latest Disney news that Rachel has gathered for you this week: Disney news is always fun, always interesting, and always magical!! 🙂
Chip & Co. has the details on some of the best Disneyland apps available for your smartphone.
Part of the magic of Disney is the details. Chip & Co. points out some hidden gems at Magic Kingdom to watch out for.
Small children can be intimidated by the life-size characters at Walt Disney World. A Disney Mom’s Thoughts has some advice on preparing toddlers for character meetings.
Planning in advance can make the difference for your vacation. WDWZone shares how to save your sanity by coming up with a plan.
Some rides can actually be a good break from the craziness of the parks. WDW for Grownups has some advice on break rides in Hollywood Studios.
The lines at Disney can get long but they strive to keep you entertained even as you wait. Disney Babies Blog discusses some of the interactive queues.
Although the Disney transportation system can eliminate the need for your own transportation renting a car may be necessary and more convenient for you. Meet the Magic has some strategies for saving money on your car rental.
Disney Vacation Club is an investment that may be worth it for some travelers but not for others. The Disney Driven Life has a great article on why it doesn’t make sense for some.
Walt Disney had an apartment in Disneyland above the firehouse in Town Square. Babes in Disneyland gives you a peek into this treasure that is not open to public.
DAPs Magic News (via the OC Register) reports that once expansion is completed at Disney’s California Adventure, it will create more than 2300 permanent jobs.
That’s it for this week. Have a wonderful, pixie-dusted weekend!
Rachel is a Virginia native who now lives in Louisiana. She is married with two children, ages 5 and 3. After dreaming and wishing for several years, her family had their very first Disney vacations this year and are now addicted to researching and planning—whether for themselves or for others. They now plan to visit the parks at least once a year.