Dining At Walt Disney World

Through all the crowds, screaming kids, long lines and decision-making and the other things that distract from a magical experience, there is one thing that we definitely look forward to at Walt Disney World:

Fulton's Crab House in Disney Springs

Fulton’s Crab House in Disney Springs

The dining!  The food!  The atmosphere!  We wish that there was a place we could say “don’t go there,” but so far we haven’t found it when it comes to our appetites.

We have had breakfast, lunch or dinner at Be Our Guest, Cinderella’s Royal Table, Fulton’s Crab House, The Hollywood Brown Derby, Boma – Flavors of Africa, Ohana, Liberty Tree Tavern, T-Rex, Yak & Yeti, The Crystal Palace, The Garden Grill, Hollywood & Vine, Rainforest Café, and San Angel Inn Restaurante.  And to think, we have only just begun!  So many Continue Reading →

One “Y-Ear” Anniversary

Here it is April 9th, one “y-ear” since our blog post went live.  We wish we could say that all of our social sites were operational and we had thousands of readers and followers.  Unfortunately, life gets in the way of getting much of this done – but never fear, we will accomplish all this and will let you know as soon as it is finished.

Walt Disney World Monorail During the Flower & Garden Festival

Walt Disney World Monorail During the Flower & Garden Festival

We have already had more trips to Walt Disney World than Disneyland, this year.  We never thought that a possibility, but it has shockingly occurred.  Next month we will be in Disneyland for the Tinkerbell 10K, but we have no other immediate plans to get back into a Disney park.

Life goes on and we have had many changes over the past year.  Melvin has officially retired, we sold the house and almost Continue Reading →

Disney Park Egg-Stravaganza

For and egg-stra-ordinary few days, we were Walt Disney World just before Easter, 2016.  We decided to let our grandson, Scott, hunt for Easter eggs at EPCOT during the annual Egg-stravaganza.

Egg-stravaganza Goofy Egg

Egg-stravaganza Goofy Egg

For the past several years, Disney has decorated large egg-shaped objects and hidden them around the parks for both kids and adults to find.

Begin with purchasing a map ($5.95) and stickers depicting the decorated eggs located around the park.  Each egg is decorated with the face of a Disney character (Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy, Chip, Dale and several others).  The map depicts the area where the egg is “hidden” and you then attach the matching sticker to that spot on the map.

There were 4 Disney parks where one could hunt for eggs, Disneyland, Disney Continue Reading →