Disney’s Pop Century Resort is one of my favorite places to stay at Walt Disney World. We have stayed here three times and enjoyed each and every stay. So this week I am going to cover the resort in detail and highlight what I love about it. First up, the room.
Test Track rolled out a new look in 2012. While the look and feel of the ride has changed, the boarding and transferring process for wheelchairs remains the same so if you have visited before don’t worry. If not check out the procedure below!
Welcome to this month’s Blogorail Yellow Loop. Today we are sharing ideas to celebrate Star Wars Day. May the 4th be with you!
Welcome to this month’s Blogorail Black Loop. Today we are sharing gift ideas for Mother’s Day.
In my opinion, Disney loving Moms are the best. My Mom instilled a love of all things Disney in me, as you can probably tell from this blog, at a young age. My sister and I grew up reading Disney books, listening to Disney music, and of course watching Disney movies. We took our first trip to Walt Disney World in 1983.
Today is not only Earth Day but it is also Disney’s Animal Kingdom’s anniversary. In honor of the occasion, I decided to list 18 things that I love about the park. It was hard making this list, I could have easily added so many more. But since I can’t include everything (that would have been a really long list) here is what I am loving at the Animal Kingdom right now.
Welcome to this month’s Blogorail Blue Loop. Today we are sharing our grown ups guide to Disney.
A grown ups guide to Disney requires a look at some of the bars and lounges at Walt Disney World. There are a lot of fun options both at the parks and the resorts. These are our top 5 (for now!) 🙂
The Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three Caballeros is another attraction at Walt Disney World that allows wheelchair uses to experience the attraction from their wheelchair. Below is an overview of what you can expect when boarding and exiting the attraction.
Welcome to this month’s Blogorail Blue Loop. Today we are discussing how planning a trip to Disneyland is different than planning a visit to Walt Disney World.
We have been to both Disneyland and Walt Disney World and both have been excellent in terms of wheelchair access. Things are never perfect but I think Disney does a great job of making almost everything accessible. There really is much more than I can do than I can’t and there really aren’t that many places that make me feel that way. Here are the basics to help you start planning a trip to both Disneyland and Walt Disney World. While both offer great accessibility there are a few differences.