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Fireworks Dessert Party. Worth It?

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That Time I Made a Jungle Cruise Skipper Costume for Disney World and How You Can Too

When I go on a Disney trip, I almost always make myself a new shirt or two. *Editor’s Note: right off the bat she comes in making the rest of us feel inadequate* The trip I took last fall for EPCOT’s International Food & Wine Festival and Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party was no …

Epcot Illuminations Fireworks: Top 5 Viewing Areas

Finding a solid viewing spot for Illuminations isn’t as daunting a task as some of the other Walt Disney World nighttime spectacles. HINT: See that big ass lake find a spot as close to the railing as possible and you’ll pretty much be fine anywhere. There are however some prime viewing locations which we’ve highlighted …

Disney’s Art of Animation Resort: A Trip Report

As a family who usually gets 2 rooms at Disney’s Pop Century Resort (“POP”), staying at Art of Animation (“AoA”) was like the faraway dream that we’d never pay for. My husband and I have five kids and because he’s awesome, I have been going on trips without any of them. Last fall, I upgraded …

Magic Kingdom: Kickass viewing spots for Happily Ever After Fireworks Show

Where else can you get an 18 minute non-stop firework and projection show? Answer: nowhere! It’s truly badass, so don’t miss it! Notclub33 has you covered when it comes to watching the Happily Ever After fireworks show. Stake out your spot early if you want a kickass view.

The Disney Bubble: Unpoppable

Written by Steve Rhodes So where should I stay when I visit Disney World?  This is usually one of the first things I’m asked by a future WDW guests. My response is usually something to the effect of “do you actually want to experience Disney or is this something you’re just doing it [to say …

Dining at Disney with Allergies

Written by Pat Neistat. Going on vacation when you have a food allergy sucks. Half of my family has a gluten allergy. Most restaurants have adult allergy menus but hardly ever have a kids allergy menu. Generally, the menu options are limited and the employees never have a damn clue what the hell they’re talking …