I just got off a 3-day Disney Wish cruise and it was phenomenal! This is Disney Cruise Line’s newest ship and I really loved this sailing. I’m so excited to share with you 7 reasons to sail on the Disney Wish and my Disney Wish Review and thoughts with you. Hopefully this will help you decide if you want to sail on the Disney Wish!
7 Reasons to Sail on the Disney Wish
This summer I visited Walt Disney World with my family. Despite the global pandemic I still really wanted to have a character meal. The only character meal available on property this summer (without a park ticket) was Breakfast ala Art with Mickey and Friends at Topolino‘s Terrace. We loved our breakfast at Topolino’s and I’m excited to share my review with you.
Breakfast ala Art with Mickey and Friends at Topolino’s Terrace Review
Summer 2020 has been a weird roller coaster for all of us. Instead of my kids going to their beloved summer camp, and our family spending most of our time at our local pool club, we ended up driving to SW FL and spending over two months in the sunshine state. Not what I originally planned, but with trying to make lemons out of lemonade, I found myself with the opportunity to visit Walt Disney World for two days during the pandemic. Certainly not for everyone, but I wanted to share my experience of what we did and how it went. Plus keep reading for some tips if you are visiting the reopening of Walt Disney World during this pandemic.
Spending Two Days at Walt Disney World During the Pandemic
We have been in Florida for four weeks, and recently traveled to Orlando from Naples in Southwest Florida. Normally our Orlando trips are family and theme parked packed, and although we are doing Island H2O Live later this week, and Legoland Florida Water park later this summer, on our recent visit Walt Disney World theme parks were still closed. So yesterday afternoon the kids and I headed over to Disney Springs for some lunch and shopping. It was an interesting experience, and I am excited to share a little bit about our day with you.
Disney Springs Reopening
On our recent one day trip to Disney, I was reminded what awesome food there is to eat in Epcot. For dinner we chose Via Napoli (See my review below) and on a past trip we ate at Marrakesh, which we also loved. So upon my return home, I asked some fellow bloggers to help me put together this ultimate guide to Epcot Dining (and to give me a bit of a check-list for our next Epcot trip!)
Momma To Go would like to thank Walt Disney World for providing us with two media passes. As always, all opinions are my own.
The Ultimate Guide to Epcot Dining
One of the things I love about Disney is there are so many ways “to do it.” At Walt Disney World alone there are four theme parks, countless restaurants, resorts, park-hopping, character meals, Disney Springs, dining plans – you could stay for a month or like we recently did, visit just for one day! There is so much to see and do, that no matter how much time you have you can’t see it all. But if you only have a short stay, you definitely want to maximize your time, so I’m sharing my best tips for spending only one day at Disney World!
Momma To Go would like to thank Walt Disney World for providing two park-hopper passes for purpose of this review. As always, all opinions are my own.
Tips for Spending Only One Day at Disney World
Last weekend, baby girl and I took a much-needed break to some warm weather. We spent five days in Orlando, Florida with my cousin and her three kids! Now when people think Orlando, naturally, they think of Disney World. And believe me, Disney World is amazing! And tiring! And expensive! So on this trip we took a mellower jaunt to the Greatest Place on Earth – a character meal at Chef Mickey Brunch! If you are short on time, or funds, checking out a character meal is a great way to experience the park in a more low key way. I highly recommend this, so I am so excited to share my Chef Mickey Review!
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Chef Mickey’s Review