Since 1982, Epcot (or EPCOT Center) has been serving its guests with a patriotic tribute to our great country, America.Continue reading “A Tribute to the American Adventure”
As many of you know, I have a big obsession with Epcot. Like giant. That doesn’t matter though because rumors have been floating around through the Disney community about the future of Wonders of Life. It was robbed of the animatronic “Buzzy” (from Cranium Command) in 2018 and has brought the non-festival center part of the pavilion back into the spotlight.Continue reading
Transportation & tickets are the largest parts in your Disney vacation, aside from lodging, and can completely change your vacation if you do not have the best of them.Continue reading “Step #3 to Planning a Perfect Walt Disney World Vacation (Transportation & Tickets)”
Alright, so now that you have gotten your dates for your trip, you need to budget for your trip and with Disney, that can be super easy or super hard. It all depends on how much money you are willing to spend and how much you are going to spend. Continue reading “Step #2 to Planning a Perfect Walt Disney World Vacation”
Many of you are probably just now starting to plan your trip and are now asking, “When should I visit Walt Disney World?”. Continue reading “Step #1 to Planning a Perfect Trip to Walt Disney World”
Alright, I have another Walt Disney World post because I am working on some awesome posts about some other topics, so just hang on if you won’t something else. Basically, I will give some credits to rides that I find that meat the category perfectly.
In just a few months, the familiar voice that tells us, “Good evening,” will no longer greet us to gather around the fire and come together as one. At the end of the summer next year, will be saying goodbye to our beloved IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth during the five year expansion and remodel plan of Epcot that was released at D23 last year. Continue reading “My Thoughts on the Change of IllumiNations”
In 1995, the Walt Disney Company wanted to expand the Disneyland resort in California, but there was one problem: they didn’t know how. Before 1995, the company planned to expand at the site of the ‘Queen Mary’ (which Disney had just bought when they purchased the Disneyland Hotel), but environmentalists, along with California’s state laws, prevented Disney to build and expand onto the ocean.
This post is information for ages 12-17 on board Carnival Cruise Lines.