Category Archives: Disney Resorts

Trattoria al Forno at Disney’s BoardWalk

Jumping off of last week’s Magical Mickey post about Disney’s Boardwalk area, today I will be sharing my experience at the new Italian restaurant: Trattoria al Forno Nathan and I really enjoy eating at Tutto Itali in Epcot , but could not get a reservation for the day we wanted, so we decided to try out Trattoria al Forno at Disney’s BoardWalk. We planned on going to Jelly Rolls (the dueling piano bar) later that night, so it worked out perfectly. We took the bus to…

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Disney’s Boardwalk Area

Disney’s Boardwalk Area Located between Epcot and Hollywood Studios is the home to Disney’s Boardwalk. This area is houses the Beach Club, Yacht Club, Boardwalk Resort, and is near the Swan & Dolphin. There are restaurants, shopping, and entertainment. Nathan and I enjoy spending time at the Boardwalk, walking around and taking in the sites. There are some swings on the beach that we like to sit in and relax from the crowds of the park. In the evenings, there are beach parties with movies and…

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Disney’s Grand Floridian & Decorated Easter Eggs

While I will most likely stay at the Grand Floridian because it is so expensive (waaaah!!!), I love to  go hang around the resort. Luckily, it was just before Easter, so they had some fun decorated, EDIBLE chocolate eggs on display. They were so amazing! Grand Floridian Resort I took the monorail to the Grand Floridian Resort after dinner at the Polynesian Village one evening to look at the Easter Eggs and wander around a bit before heading to the Magic Kingdom. Exiting the monorail, you…

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Kona Cafe at Disney’s Polynesian Village

It was almost 5 p.m. and I was hungry for dinner. There really is nothing that I can eat at Magic Kingdom, so I hopped over to the Polynesian Village Resort for dinner. I was hoping that I would be able to get a spot at Kona Cafe, since I was by myself, but they were not taking walk-ups. Luckily, if you could find a seat at Kona Island (the coffee bar right next to Kona Cafe), you could order off of the same menu. The seating is bar-style seating (so no tables), but that worked for me.

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The Magic of the Hidden Mickey

The Magic of the Hidden Mickey When you visit Disney World a lot, you want to change things up to make them a little more interesting. One way to do this is by searching for Hidden Mickeys! A Hidden Mickey is a representation of Mickey Mouse that has been “hidden” subtly into a ride, attraction, or other location, such as the resorts. Searching for Hidden Mickey’s is a great activity to do while wandering around the parks or standing in line. Many queues have a Hidden…

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Sassagoula Floatworks & Food Factory

Welcome back to the Magical Mickey linkup: the linkup centering around a love for Disney, sharing that love and connecting with others. I hope you find this linkup as a great place to turn to for Disney content each week and help all the bloggers participating out by helping readers find that great mouse-eared content. I’m co-hosting with John from Run. Geek. Run (disney), so of course check out his blog  Sassagoula Floatworks & Food Factory *This dining experience took place in November 2014.* After the Disney World Jingle…

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Vegan & Gluten-free at Walt Disney World – Boma (Breakfast)

Welcome back to the Magical Mickey linkup: the linkup centering around a love for Disney, sharing that love and connecting with others. I hope you find this linkup as a great place to turn to for Disney content each week and help all the bloggers participating out by helping readers find that great mouse-eared content. I’m co-hosting with John from Run. Geek. Run (disney), so of course check out his blog   Breakfast at Boma *This dining experience took place in November 2014* I always enjoy eating at…

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