1/30/2019 • Reviews, Walt Disney World •
If you are looking for a unique quick service location in Magic Kingdom, look no further than Columbia Harbor House. Nestled near the Haunted Mansion and Liberty Square, you will find this New England themed restaurant. This restaurant boasts lots of nautical décor and feels as if you are sitting in a sea side fish house. There is a large fireplace to welcome you inside and the rooms are filled with ship wheels, boats, and nautical paintings. There are two floors to provide ample seating and one of my favorite things about this location, is sitting upstairs. Sometimes this seating area can be less crowded, but the best part is snagging one of the tables by the window for some people watching. The best thing about Columbia Harbor House is the variety of food offered. Of course, they offer some of the typical quick service fare, such as chicken nuggets […]
1/4/2019 • Tips, Walt Disney World •
If your family is like ours you might have at least one child with major anxiety, especially when it comes to characters. Our middle daughter is that child in our house. Seeing Santa or the Easter bunny is a nightmare for her so naturally when we make trips to Disney, there are concerns. We have found through trial and error a few tips and tricks to make meeting characters less stressful and more enjoyable for everyone. Disney Character Tips 1. Starting a few weeks before our trip, we begin our countdown by watching videos at home showing the characters interacting with other guests. There are various park-specific specials that come on TV and Netflix. There are also planning videos provided by Disney with examples of different character experiences available at the parks. Doing this gives our kids positive examples of what to expect with character interactions along with a size […]
10/5/2018 • Tips, Walt Disney World •
My family loves Walt Disney World, and with 3 little girls it's easy to understand why we make it our yearly vacation destination. There are so many things to experience both new and classic each time we visit. Our tradition is to eat at least 1 or 2 new restaurants and catch all the new attractions during our trip, but there are also five must do's that make every Disney vacation complete. 1. First of all it's not a trip to Disney World if we don't indulge in all things Mickey and this includes all the yummy snacks. From cookies, ice cream, cake pops, to waffles and pretzels, you can bet that if it's shaped like the mouse we are eating it. My girls absolutely love the big Mickey pretzels. I even lost count of how many we bought on our last trip. 2. Splash Mountain! We have to ride […]
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