6/6/2017 • Reviews, Tips, Walt Disney World •
During discussions with my clients I often bring up visiting Disney Springs while on vacation. I have uncovered that many Disney first timers were unaware of this not-so-hidden oasis at Disney World. So the homeschool mom in me has put together today’s lesson: Disney Springs 101. Lesson 1: The History behind Disney Springs This area of Disney World opened on March 22, 1975 as Lake Buena Vista Village and was Disney’s first shopping area. The shopping area was actually set up to serve residents who were supposed to be living on Disney property. The plans changed and with that so did the name and purpose of Lake Buena Vista Village. The first name change took place in 1977 to Walt Disney World Village and the idea behind it now was to keep Disney guests on Disney property. With that idea in hand Walt Disney World Village transformed into […]
10/10/2016 • Holidays & Events, Walt Disney World •
A great option for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party If you’re heading to Disney World in the months of September or October to enjoy the Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, you may have already thought about the costume your son or daughter will be wearing while there. If you are worried about a costume that is too warm for the weather in Florida or if you are wanting to stay in the parks all day without having to go back to the resort to get ready for the night, there is a great solution right in the Magic Kingdom! The Pirate’s League in Adventure is an affordable experience to transform your child into a pirate of their choosing or even a mermaid! They do awesome face paint as well as add fun accessories to complete their look. The cast members who work with the kids offer an unforgettable experience that […]
11/18/2013 • Walt Disney World •
Looking for that extra “Magic” moment with your princess? An hour spent with your own personal Fairy Godmother at Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique may be that extra touch of pixie dust you’re looking for during your next trip to Walt Disney World. Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is an opportunity to let your inner princess shine as your child is pampered by Fairy Godmother’s own personal apprentices. Packages range from $59 for the Crown Package (Hairstyling, Shimmering make-up & face gem, Princess sash & tote, nail polish) to $194 for The Castle Package (which includes hair, make-up, sash, nail polish, complete costume and accessories of your choice, and photos). Guests must be between the ages of 3 and 12 to participate in this magical makeover. Reservations can be made up to 180 days in advance and are highly recommended. Princess transformations occur at both the Downtown Disney location and inside Cinderella’s Castle at Magic […]
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