Often there is an assumption that Walt Disney World is only for families or groups or that there are a limited number of things to do for couples at Disney. But after living in the Walt Disney World Resorts for a year, we can tell you, there are so many amazing things Disney offers for couples that many people don’t know about, so we want to share some of those with you today.
One of the more unique ways to enjoy as many attractions as possible in a day at Walt Disney World is by booking a VIP Tour. VIP Tours are a great way to enjoy one or all four Disney parks with friends and family without waiting in long lines. We have gone on several VIP Tours and done different things each time, so we’ll share information as well as our thoughts and ideas for these below.
At Walt Disney World, there are four dining plan options guests can choose from if you are staying at a Walt Disney World Resort or Good Neighbor Resort (Resorts who have partnered with Disney). If you are not staying on Disney property, you cannot purchase the Disney Dining Plan for your trip, so that’s something to consider when choosing where to stay for your next Disney vacation.
Changes are constantly happening at the Walt Disney World resorts with new dining options, updates to the rooms, activities, and more. One of the recent changes to the wording and booking options on Disney’s website involved two of Disney’s moderate resorts. This booking change effects how many adults can now book a 5th sleeper room. This policy change could effect a lot of families in the near future, so let’s go over what the website bookings now allow and have changed.
Between making FastPass+ reservations, checking your MyDisneyExperience app for wait times and your dining reservation, texting, posting to social media, and playing the DisneyPlay app, your phone battery doesn’t stand a chance in the Disney parks. Before you know, that battery icon will turn red, and you’ll be looking for a place to charge your phone. There’s a very simple solution Disney has that makes charging your phone convenient and easy: fuel rod stations.
Everyone loves the idea of the holidays at The Most Magical Place on Earth, but many never get to enjoy the holidays here or have to choose which one to celebrate at Disney World. As we’ve spent our year living here in the Walt Disney World Resorts, we of course have been able to celebrate each holiday here. Some we’ve enjoyed more than others, but the most recent one we celebrated was Thanksgiving. We enjoyed the day and went to Magic Kingdom to see the crowd levels and find out if there were any special things going on for the holiday.
On Sunday, September 29, 2019, Walt Disney World will open its brand new Skyliner transportation system to the public. Disney guests everywhere are anxiously awaiting this day and so many have questions about this new transportation system, so we’re here to answer them for you. The first thing to note before you keep reading is the difference between The Skyliner and a gondola. The Skyliner is the transportation system as a whole, whereas the gondola is the individual ride vehicle guests can ride in. This will help as you continue reading this blog post.
For those who don’t know, a split stay is when you have two different rooms or resorts you’re staying in during one vacation. It could mean you added on to your trip for one night and couldn’t get the same room or just be that you wanted to try a couple different resorts while you’re at Walt Disney World. No matter what your reasoning, split stays can be be a bit confusing if you aren’t sure what to do for them or what you need. Here’s what you need to know…
Galaxy’s Edge will be opening on August 29, 2019, and Star Wars fans everywhere are counting down the days to this iconic moment! We had the privilege of visiting Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge twice before the opening this week which was absolutely incredible! We were able to do and see everything and ask tons of questions to find out as much as we could about this new land opening up as part of Hollywood Studios. We are so grateful we were able to enjoy it before the crowds arrive next week; however, we also know we’ll be there many times after it opens because Robert is such a big Star Wars fan.
One of the more popular holiday parties at Walt Disney World is Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. Guests from all over the world plan their trips around this amazing experience every fall. This year Disney announced a new way to enjoy MNSSHP: a season pass that gets you into every Halloween party except Halloween night. We bought this pass to enjoy multiple visits to the Halloween party this year, so we’re going to tell you all about Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and this new season pass. As we continue going to the Halloween party, we’ll update this post with more information and pictures each time.