1. For the history buff: You wouldn’t want to miss the Mayan ruins that can still be seen and experienced today. Take a day trip to the ancient Mayan city of Chichen Itza, or a trip to Ek Balam and climb the Acropolis. If you’re looking for a less crowded experience, definitely visit Ek Balam. […]
It is no secret that Walt Disney World is seeing record crowds year after year. With new offerings and a gaining popularity; the parks honestly have no “dead” season any longer. With these crowds comes some logistics of how many people they can disperse between their parks – and when. Enter: phase closings. If […]
Pin Trading is a great way to stay entertained during the “down” times in the parks. The best part about pin trading is that you get to decide how much time you want to spend on it. Some people, like myself can spend hours, while for others it’s a way to pass the time. […]
You’ve seen them…those cool, colorful Bands that are all the rage for families visiting Walt Disney World. But do you have any idea the powers they hold inside? From shopping, to room keys, to park tickets…let’s take a peek at what these amazing pieces of rubber awesomeness can do for you.
If you have ever traveled to Florida before, you know how unpredictable the weather is. The forecast changes almost daily…and sometimes several seasons occur within the same day! Never fear. Usually if it says it’s going to rain, it will only rain for about 20 minutes to an hour. Unless otherwise noted, of course. Even though […]
Since their maiden voyage in 1998, Disney Cruises have become a highly sought after and entertaining Disney vacation for many Mouse lovers. If you love the big guy on land I can assure you that you’ll love him even more on the sea. Here are some fun facts you likely did not know about these […]
The Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow, or EPCOT as most of us know it as, is a hidden gym of the Walt Disney World parks. I hear many families say they skip this imaginative and innovative destination because, “There is nothing there.” I beg to differ. EPCOT is one of my […]