For our third Disney Cruise we decided to splurge on a concierge room. We were celebrating our 10th wedding anniversary and thought why not! Was it worth it? Definitely. We are spoiled for life. I’ll share details about the experience in another post but first I wanted to share a tour of our room.
At the Magic Kingdom you can take a leisurely ride down the Rivers of America on the Liberty Belle Riverboat. It is a great way to take a break and relax. I like to take the trip in the afternoon. If you time it just right, you can watch some of the 3:00 parade as it passes by.
Disney trips are usually all about your plan, especially when it comes to dining. But sometimes you luck into a reservation you didn’t think you’d get at the last minute or you end up somewhere new and unexpected. Our visit to Homecoming – Florida Kitchen and Southern Shine was a little bit of both. We were heading to visit friends in Florida and since Orlando was on the way we obviously needed to stop by Disney Springs. I knew Homecoming had just opened but I had no idea if we’d be able to get in since they were only taking walk ups at the time. Lucky for us there was no wait and we ended up having one of the best meals we’ve ever had on Disney property.
Welcome to this month’s Blogorail Green Loop. Today we are taking a closer look at the fun you can find in Future World at Epcot. We’ll be checking out Innoventions, which is a part of Future World where you can find interactive experiences and Disney characters, and the Festival Center, where you can see seminars, shop, and more during Epcot’s festivals.
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!
Ellen’s Energy Adventure is located in the Universe of Energy pavilion in Epcot’s Future World. It was one of my favorite attractions as a kid (who doesn’t love dinosaurs) and it is still on our must do list when we visit Walt Disney World because of the wheelchair accessibility of the ride vehicle.
Since July is National Ice Cream month I thought a would share a few of our favorite frozen treats from Walt Disney World. While I’m not the biggest ice cream fan (that’s my husbands job), I do enjoy a few frozen treats when the weather is warm.
Welcome to this month’s Blogorail Black Loop. Today we are sharing some ways for your family to participate in the Great American Campout.