Greetings Disney Friends! Hope you enjoyed having an “extra” day this past week: did you make it an extra Disney day? Fortunately we don’t need Leap Day to have a Disney Day….Rachel helps us out each week with a round-up of the best Disney news…..the perfect way to make every day a Disney Day! 🙂 Enjoy!!
The Disney Fantasy sailed into New York harbor earlier this week. The Disney Parks Blog has the details.
As Buena Vista Street in Disney California Adventure nears completion, cast members celebrated the occasion by burying a time capsule of park items to be opened by Cast Members in 2037. Disney Parks Blog features a video of the time capsule.
Inside the Magic reports that the Disney Fantasy not only features the AquaDuck which debuted on the Disney Dream but also an exciting new AquaLab water area.
If you’re traveling with infants you’ll want to know all about the baby care centers. Dis Savvy has a nice overview of each park’s center and their services.
If you need to stay connected to the outside world while vacationing, Chip & Co. has an overview of places to find free Wi-Fi for your laptop , tablet, and cell phone.
If Bay Lake Towers is one of the resorts you’re considering Couponing to Disney has an overview of what to expect at this resort.
Chip & Co. has a great product review of something you may want to consider when traveling with small children—SafetyTats.
If your children may be afraid of the sounds of the fireworks WDWZone has some advice on preparing them for the show.
WDWZone has a great review of Chef Mickey’s that you will want to read if you’re considering making a reservation for one of the character meals.
That’s it for this week! Hope you have a magical 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.