Who’s ready for a spin in a tea cup? The Mad Tea Party at the Magic Kingdom has always been one of my favorite attractions. I love Alice in Wonderland and there is just something fun about spinning around in a giant tea cup and giggling like a kid.
Our stay at Disney’s Boardwalk Inn was the first time I’ve stayed in a wheelchair accessible room at Disney that didn’t have a roll in shower. It was only for one night so I was willing to give it a try to see if I liked it and if it fit my needs. I was pleasantly surprised.
Welcome to this month’s Magical Blogorail Blue loop. Today we are sharing what you can expect from some of the club level experiences at Disney Resorts and on the Disney Cruise Line.
Visiting Walt Disney World is always special but there are ways to add to that experience. Last year I was attending a conference at the at WDW and since it was right before the Super Bowl we decided to get there a night earlier than we planned so we could watch it there. After weighing our options we decided to splurge and stay club level at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. It’s one of our favorite resorts and it’s also on the lower end of the price scale when it comes to the Deluxe Resorts. We also knew that we would be spending money on drinks and food for the game so it felt like the right time to splurge on our first club level stay.
Welcome to this month’s Blogorail Yellow loop. Today we are sharing ways you can decorate your MagicBands from Walt Disney World.
I’m not a very crafty person. I try but I usually end up with a lot of half done projects that I never finish. If you are like me the idea of customizing your MagicBand sounds great but you don’t have the time (or patience) to make it happen. Here are a few quick and easy ideas.
Kilimanjaro Safaris is one of my favorite attractions at Walt Disney World. Located at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, no safari is ever the same so it is fun to ride multiple times on your vacation if you can. It is also a wheelchair friendly attraction.
When the Rebel Hangar: A Star Wars Lounge Experience was announced I made reservations immediately. One reason was I new spots would fill up fast. But we also love trying new things at the parks and it was Star Wars themed so how could I NOT make a reservation.
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is one of the easiest attractions to experience at Walt Disney World and Disneyland for wheelchair users. The attraction and the ride vehicles are a little different at each park so we’ll take a look at both.
I can’t even begin to tell you how much fun we had when we attended the One More Disney Day event at Walt Disney World in 2012. We spent the entire 24 hours in the Magic Kingdom and while we were soooo ready for bed when it was over we were also really glad we had the experience. We had a good plan but I learned a lot that day that would help us out if we ever attend another 24 hour event. Here are a few tips: