Disney’s Magical Express is a complementary service that takes you to and from Orlando International Airport (MCO) and your Walt Disney World Resort. It’s a great service to take advantage of if you are not renting a car. Here is everything wheelchair users need to know when using Disney’s Magical Express.
I was a vegetarian for a long time. I added chicken and fish back into my diet a few years ago. But after a watching a few documentaries, contemplating how I felt about what I was eating, and talking with my doctor I decided a plant based diet was the way to go. And the even better news, there are still so many great options at the Disney Parks no matter what my (or your) dietary restrictions are.
I have always been a pop culture junkie. I watch entirely too much television. And I will watch almost any movie, even bad ones. My first visit to Disney’s Hollywood Studios (of course it was MGM Studios back then) was memorable because of that. I get excited and nostalgic every time I visit even though so much has changed. And now I have to say goodbye to one of my favorites, The Great Movie Ride.
We have put together our Walt Disney World Transportation Guide for Wheelchair Users. WDW transportation is more than busses and monorails. Find out which forms of transportation are wheelchair accessible to the theme parks, resorts, and Disney Springs. Not all of them of the fastest but sometimes the journey is part of the adventure.
Kilimanjaro Safaris is one of my favorite attractions at Walt Disney World. Located at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, no safari is ever the same so it is fun to ride multiple times on your vacation if you can. It is also a wheelchair friendly attraction.