If you can get beyond traveling, this would be the time to go. With capacity controls at WDW there will just not be as many people as are typically there. President’s Day and Spring Break at Walt Disney World could actually be manageable.
What’s ahead for us in 2021 2020 was definitely a year no one could have predicted. Travel didn’t look like we thought it would, neither
COVID-19 has really messed up my spring. It forced us to work from home, suspended basketball season when my son’s below average team was just
The absolute best place to meet Santa during the holidays is at Disney Springs at the end of the Christmas Tree Trail. Disney has been
During my last trip to Walt Disney World we had the experience of using Uber and the Minnie Van for transportation so that I could
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I had the opportunity to travel to Cuba for 3 nights in March, 2019. Since I’m celiac, I was required to eat gluten free in
We were fortunate enough to experience cruising through the Panama Canal on Disney Cruise Line. I’ll touch on a few of my favorite things as
We had a parkless 4 night trip at Walt Disney World (WDW) over New Year’s Eve. As new Disney Vacation Club (DVC) owners we had
We are approaching 180 days until an upcoming Disney trip! “Normal” people may not understand the significance of being a half year away from a trip. Disney addicts however know this means that we can make our dining reservations at 180 days before our trip. In order to make our reservations, I need to know where we are going to eat. Here’s my strategy for preparing to make dining reservations at Walt Disney World.