Happy Christmas in July Eve! That’s a thing right? Well Estelle and I are going to make it one then. We’re teaming up again for a little holiday fun in the summertime. It’s the time of year when I really do start thinking about the holidays (it’s the most wonderful time of the year!) and this year I have a really good reason for it. Not that I need one.
Happy National Ice Cream Day! We’re celebrating by making some homemade banana ice cream but I kinda wish I was at Walt Disney World enjoying at treat. Here are a few of our favorite spots.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom – Tamu Tamu Refreshments
Not technically ice cream but a Dole Whip soft serve is an awesome treat during at hot day at the Animal Kingdom. And at this park you can get them with coconut or dark rum like the one pictured above. And for anyone with a special diet I highly recommend checking out Sarah’s post at Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW that has a list of the ingredients and it looks to be a gluten free, dairy free treat as well.
Welcome to those of you joining me from Home is Where the Mouse Is and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the 2nd stop on our Magical Blogorail. Today we are discussing how we piecing together some of our favorite Disney foods to create the perfect Disney meal. I decided to choose counter service items from Epcot’s World Showcase. And I made Drew help me.
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I LOVE Estelle from This Happy Place Blog but her super cute Dressing for the Parks posts are making my credit card a little worse for wear. Check out her choices for Future World (I am getting the dinosaur dress) and the World Showcase (I can’t pick just one!).
Miss Emma at A Pinch of Pixie Dust shares a magical night at Disneyland that included tea cups and fireworks. It sounds like it was an amazing and magical evening!
Sarah at Eating WDW visits the Grand Floridian Cafe for breakfast. Those pancakes are amazing!
Welcome to those of you joining me from My Dreams of Disney and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the 4th stop on our Magical Blogorail. Today we are discussing ways to keep cool while you are at Disney. We went in May for the first time this year so it was quite a bit warmer than what we usually experience at the parks. Here are a few things you should back to help you keep cool in the Florida heat and humidity.
Melissa from Mouse on the Mind and Estelle This Happy Place Blog are back with another round of Kill Refurb Marry. I love this blog hop! And with the summer heat and humidity descending on Walt Disney World it’s a good time to discuss air conditioned attractions. I decided to choose attractions where you are mainly indoors and you can spend a good amount of time enjoying the ac and relaxing.
The American Adventure is a 30 minute stage show located in Epcot’s World Showcase. It showcases key moments in the history of the United States of America using film, music, and animatronics. It’s one of our favorites and something we see almost every trip.
We had wanted to try out Afternoon Tea at the Garden View Tea Room for a while. We’ve had reservations in the past but we had always ended up canceling for one reason or another. Since we were going to be staying at Bay Lake Tower I wanted to give it another shot. I made reservations for Memorial Day because I knew the parks would be crowded and we wanted something a little more relaxing to do.