If you are in the mood for a GREAT hot dog while at Walt Disney World, then Casey’s Corner is the place for you!! This fun, baseball themed quick service restaurant is located in the Magic Kingdom right on Main Street U.S.A with a perfect view of Cinderella Castle as ...
I've said on a number of occasions that I think a Disney cruise vacation is one of the best vacations there is. Combining the Disney service and special touches with an all inclusive vacation is pretty magical.
The only thing between me and a visit to Disney World is usually airfare. With the rising cost of fuel, cheap tickets are harder to find, but it’s not impossible! Here are some tips for finding prices that won’t break the bank on my favorite social network: Twitter.
We’ve done a few trips in early December and know that we love the Christmas celebrations, so we thought that this year it might be fun to be super thankful for being able to be together in the World right then on Thanksgiving.
Most people when arriving at Magic Kingdom, stop to take pictures of the castle and then start walking to their first destination. But why not take a few minutes and take the trolley up Main Street instead? While they usually run mostly in the morning (before the park gets too ...
Getting to Disney World is a big part of the vacation budget. It’s also the one that makes my stomach turn the most. I love to fly, but I detest the prices of airfare. The last time we went to Walt Disney World, we ended up paying way too much to fly down there because we planned the vacation late, and it was over Christmas break. It was awful, and I vowed to never pay that much for airfare again! Continue reading →
Once upon a time, if you wanted to travel to Walt Disney World, if you had the option to choose, you either flew if you wanted to save time, or drove if you wanted to save money. Now with fluctuating prices for both gas and airfare, deciding on how you’re getting to Disney isn’t quite so simple any more. Continue reading →
Planning an affordable Disney vacation involves, at some point, a decision about transportation. How are you going to get to Walt Disney World? And how are you going to get around once you get there? While it can be a challenge to travel economically, planning ahead and doing a bit of research can save you quite a bit of money on your trip. Continue reading →
Now that we have booked our flight for our Disney World vacation, we have been making checklists of what we want to pack for our upcoming trip. We will pack most of our things in our checked baggage, but we want to make sure that we have any necessary items in our carry on bags as well. Continue reading →
Choosing our flight for our Disney vacation wasn’t difficult for us, and 3 things made it easy: We live about 25 minutes from our nearest airport and about 1.5 hours from the next closest. The airport nearest our home is smaller, easier to get around in, and is more familiar. We both prefer Southwest Airlines as we have had excellent service from them in the past; and Southwest not only flies to Orlando, but our closest airport happens to be one of its hubs. Continue reading →
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