Category Archives: Florida

Vegan & Gluten-free at Sunshine Seasons – Epcot

Sunshine Seasons is a quick-service restaurant located in The Land section of Epcot (In the same building where Soarin’ is located).

There are a few different stations in which to choose from: The Bakery, Sandwiches, The Grill, Soup and Salad, and Asian Noodles.

Read More »

Dopey Challenge 2014

Dopey Challenge 2014 Well, Disney World’s Marathon Weekend is coming up this  week, so I thought I would do a look back at my experience from 2014 from running the Dopey Challenge. Four days of running a total of 48.6 miles totally kicked my butt, but I had an awesome experience and am a little sad not to be participating this year. I love seeing everyone’s costume choices and really hope everyone has a great time!! I plan on registering for 2017…need to save my pennies! The Expo…

Read More »

A Look Back at the Hollywood Studios Animation Station

One of my favorite non-ride attractions at Hollywood Studios was the Magic of Disney Animation. In here, you could  participate in exhibits and experience what it’s like to be a Disney animator. They always had sketches up of all the upcoming animated movies, and it was a great place to wander around and get out of the heat! Animation Station at Disney’s Hollywood Studios There is also an Animation Station, where you had a unique hands-on opportunity to draw your very own Disney character sketch,…

Read More »

A look back at the 2014 Jingle Jungle 5k / Wine & Dine Half Marathon

This weekend is the next runDisney race weekend, bringing the Jingle Jungle 5k on Saturday morning and the Wine & Dine Half Marathon Saturday evening. Since I am running the Glass Slipper Challenge + Princess 5k in February 2016, I am unable to run Wine & Dine this year 🙁 But I had a pretty good experience running these two races last year (even though it poured the entire time of the half marathon!). Here are some highlights to get you excited: Jingle Jungle 5k…

Read More »

Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort

Located at The Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, right next to Trail’s End (one of my favorite places to eat at Walt Disney World because Chef TJ is awesome), is a hilarious, high-spirited hootenanny the whole family will enjoy, accompanied by a finger-lickin’ countrified feast called the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue. I have read nothing but good things about this dinner show, so Nathan and I were sure to make reservations on our last trip to Disney! The Tables in Wonderland Card is only applicable for the…

Read More »

Cape May Cafe at Disney’s Beach Club

Besides Boma, another favorite place to eat a breakfast buffet is at Cape May Cafe, located in the Beach Club. This location is a character buffet, with Minnie, Donald, and Goofy in their beach clothes! Cape May Cafe We enjoy this buffet because there are some different food items offered. They also have a “secret” stash of allergy-friendly items from Erin McKenna’s Bakery! We start off on the buffet with some fruit, veggies (usually they have broccolini -yum- or asparagus), potatoes, salad, and quinoa. Then the chef…

Read More »

Trail’s End at Disney’s Fort Wilderness

Trail’s End at Fort Wilderness One of our favorite places to eat on Disney property is Trail’s End, which is located in Fort Wilderness. To get here, you either have to take the fairy from the Magic Kingdom, or take a bus to Fort Wilderness and hop on the inner-circulatory bus. It’s can take a while to arrive, but it is worth it! Trail’s End is an all-you-care-to-enjoy American buffet (and one of the cheapest ones!), with food such as smoked pork ribs, hand-carved roasted meats, peel-and-eat…

Read More »