There’s a new game in town – Disney Villainous and we have now played two games, and are loving it! Today I’m sharing my thoughts as well as a brief review. Our dog Bandit (pictured below) was a BIG fan of us sitting still for hours playing!
At Walt Disney World, you can begin booking your dining reservations 180 days in advance! In this article I will discuss my tips, tricks, and best practices for booking Disney World dining. From when to book to how to prioritize and what to watch for – as the family planner I’ve booked (and rebooked, and searched for) SO many reservations! I can help you work out what to book and when.
At 7:15am we sat down at the Grand Californian guest entrance, third in line. We ate our muffins and waited for the hotel guest ‘exclusive’ start to our morning with the early morning hour ahead of general park opening. How would today go? Would Maxpass work? How much could we really get done?
I had three teen/tween girls with me, and I was ready to rock it out! About a month before we sat down and determined our must, our wishes, and our “no thanks” rides and experiences. I was as ready as I could be…
In this article I will detail our day, and share what we accomplished on our one day, two parks Disneyland adventure.
We recently spent a day at Disneyland, and thanks to the article on Disney Tourist Blog we decided MaxPass is the way to go. In a nutshell – it lets you maximize fastpass by keeping track of when you can make a new one as well as letting you book them via phone instead of a kiosk. At $10 per person per day, it does add up with a larger group. But for a trip like ours that is a single day? Absolutely priceless!
Like so many vacations, where you stay at Disneyland is going to depend on what your goals are for the trip, your budget, and your timeline. In this article I will discuss where I recommend staying, what I recommend you look for, and how to figure out and break down the best choice(s) for your traveling party.