Welcome to the first stop aboard Magical Blogorail Blue. Enjoy the ride as we share photography tips and info for the Disney Parks. Today I’m sharing some tips, apps, and equipment that I use when I am taking photos with my cell phone in the Disney parks. Lets start with a few basic tips.
We will only be at the festival for a few days this year but I am looking forward to checking out the vegetarian options at the 2014 Food & Wine Festival. I’ve tried almost everything but I still have a few new items to check out. Plus there are a few favorites that need to make room for every trip.
Vegetarian Options at the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival have a green “V” beside them on the menu boards at each booth and in the passport you can pick up at the festival center. At several of the booths the only vegetarian option available is the dessert. Depending on your perspective that can be good or bad. Personally, I’m hoping more non dessert items will be added at some point.
One morning of our Disneyland trip we decided to take advantage of the Extra Magic Hour and visit all of the attractions in Fantasyland. We had so much fun and since it wasn’t crowded we didn’t wait very long for any of the attractions. Below is a breakdown of the accessible attractions in Disneyland’s Fantasyland that we visited. Keep in mind we visited before the new Disability Access Service Card came into existence so I don’t have any hands on experience with the process at Disneyland or how the return times work. You can find more information about the service here.
One of our favorite quick service restaurants to visit at Epcot’s World Showcase is Les Halles Boulangerie & Pâtisserie in the France Pavilion. I am in love with this bakery. It is so much easier to navigate since the renovation early 2013. In fact, we love it so much that we once visited twice in one day!
Welcome to those of you joining me from Your Highway in the Sky and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the fourth stop on our Magical Blogorail. Today we are discussing Halloween time at Disney. It’s one of my favorite times of year!
Contempo Cafe at Disney’s Contemporary Resort is one of our favorite quick service restaurants. We usually stop by for lunch or dinner when we visit the Magic Kingdom but since we were staying at Bay Lake Tower we finally visited for breakfast.
What We’re Reading
Melissa from Mouse on the Mind shared her idea for her Imagineering Awesome series, Haunted Harambe. I need this to happen!
Ryan at the Main Street Gazette discusses one of my favorite Epcot attractions, Living with the Land. Anyone else remember Symphony of the Seed?
Beers and Ears has a look at the beer selection at the upcoming Food & Wine Festival and Sarah from Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW shares the gluten free options you can find this year.
Miss Emma from A Pinch of Pixie Dust shares her packing and wardrobe planning for her upcoming Disney trip. She has inspired me to up my outfit planning game. She is going to be the best dressed gal in the parks!
And did you see the awesome Haunted Mansion merchandise coming to the Disney Parks? I just wished they had shown all three new Dooney & Bourke items because I am probably going to break down and buy one.
In Case You Missed It
We joined up with Estelle from This Happy Place Blog for our annual Christmas in July posts. Estelle shared what her dream family trip to Walt Disney World would look like and I shared what I am looking forward to sharing with my family this year. The only way our trip would be better is if Estelle and her family could be there too!
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.