Sometimes We REALLY Miss Disney

I can't help but chuckle from the above image, but the Disney blues are real people! What do you do to keep them at bay? Besides go back all the time? I always find myself planning our next trip or pricing out a dream one. However this past time I tried something a little different and really loved it! Check it out!

Guest Blogger: Melissa Cassell

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Staying at The Polynesian

It's my goal to stay at all the Disney World resorts and slowly but surely I only have a few left. However, I wanted to take a moment and brag about a recent stay I had at The Polynesian Village. 

Our Hotel Room

Our room was absolutely amazing. We had rented DVC points and stayed in a Preferred Studio (something I totally recommend to save money). This room had two bathrooms and y'all they were glorious! Our view was spectacular as well and since our room had a balcony we got to enjoy a private evening outside.  Our room was complete Poly decor and we felt so homey there. However, these are all things you would expect from a Disney resort right? Exactly so let's dive into a few reasons of WHY you should book the Polynesian.

Why The Polynesian Village

-Multiple Amazing pools

-Dole Whip

-Kona Cafe

-Trader Sam's

-Beachfront

-Views of Happily Ever After

-A Nightly Electric Magic Parade on the Water

-Nightly Hawaiian Ceremonies

-Beautiful Grounds (rip previous indoor fountains)

-Sammy Duvalls Water Sports

-A Huge Gym

 

I haven't stayed at a Disney resort I haven't liked as they all are amazing and are known for exceptional service. However there's a little something extra that you can get from The Polynesian that I believe everyone has to try at least once!

Guest Blogger: Melissa Cassell

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Disney Lip Sync

Has anyone ever made a music video or lip sync in the parks? Well this one time we tried it a few years ago... and well... we should have actually learned the words to the song first. 

Guest Blogger: Rhett Cassell

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Getting Insta-Worthy Shots at Disney

Getting Insta-Worthy Shots at Disney

There's nothing more that we love than those amazing shots our customers get in the parks. That moment captured in time that makes everyone jealous and ready to plan their next trip. But how are these photos taken so well? It's quite easy actually! Just follow some of these easy steps to get some drool worthy photos on your next trip!

If Walls Could Talk - Unsaid Rules of Disney Parks

If Walls Could Talk - Unsaid Rules of Disney Parks

No matter where you go there's always going to be rules. They are in place for your safety and the liability of where you are. Disney Parks do have a few rules that need to be noted as both DisneyWorld and DisneyLand rules are different in some cases. However there are ALWAYS additional or unspoken rules to Disney that you should take note of.

Keep in mind this is not meant to offend anyone, these points may simply help you realize you may be doing something that could be negatively affecting other park goers. If you don't like these points then just consider them "more like guidelines anyway." 

Perks of Using a Travel Agent - Disney Style

Perks of Using a Travel Agent - Disney Style

From dining reservations, to fast passes, to tricks and tips, to finding the best resort to meet your needs, booking a Disney vacation might seem less magical, and more of a stressful nightmare. Many families are booking vacations anywhere from a year to a month out, and when you have to make reservations as early as 180 days before your trip, it’s pivotal to know what you’re looking for out of your vacation, (I mean, I can’t even tell you what I’m having tonight for dinner, let alone 180 days before). Having knowledge of Disney food, parks, and resorts, helps to make potential overwhelming experiences more enjoyable. After all, Disney is all about making your dreams come true, and when you’re spending your hard worked money to have a memorable time, you want to do just that.

Is Becoming a Passholder Worth it if You Live Out of State?

Is Becoming a Passholder Worth it if You Live Out of State?

I first visited Disney World when I was 9 ½ because my dad won a trip through his work that let us go and stay on Disney property. We had the best time and since then, well and before then, I was obsessed with Disney. I loved the movies, the characters, the history, basically everything about it. Once I visited the park, I fell in love with it as well. I assumed this trip was a once in a lifetime opportunity I might never get to have again. In 2015 my family moved back to Florida. They had lived in Florida before, actually during the time we went when I was a child.

Kona Cafe

Kona Cafe

Many people rave about Kona Cafe's breakfast and how the Tonga Toast is to die for and how you HAVE to have Kona breakfast to say you've really "done Disney." Well, I am not one of those people...

Attractions to Skip with a Toddler- DL & DCA

Attractions to Skip with a Toddler- DL & DCA

Disneyland and California Adventure Park are full of amazing attractions that your toddler will absolutely love! That being said, there are also a few you should probably skip especially if you are only there for one day. Here is a list of my maybes and skips.

Behind The Seeds Tour

Behind The Seeds Tour

At Disney there is no lack in entertainment, rides and event tours. However with most things being included in your park ticket most guests feel they don't need to pay for additional events or specials. Unfortunately, if you're an annual passholder like me, you go to the parks enough that you always feel like you could do more! But with most tours costing an upwards of $150 it starts to not be financially feasible to do so.