7/20/2021 • Cruises, Tips •
Woohoo!! Your cruise is booked but now you are wondering how you’re going to get to Port Canaveral. No worries - we're here to help! It is highly recommended that you fly in at least one day prior to your cruise! This may impact the means of transportation you chose. Here are a few options to consider. Disney Cruise Line Transportation Disney Cruise Line shuttles passengers from the airport (MCO) to the port. The cost of the ride is $35/person each way, however, it only runs the day of embarkation and debarkation. If you are flying in the night before and staying at a local hotel and are utilizing this option, I would suggest staying near the airport. The Hyatt Regency is located inside the airport and will be an easy elevator ride down to the bus. Otherwise, a hotel that provides shuttle service to and from the airport is […]
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 […]
7/15/2014 • Walt Disney World •
When booking packages for clients I always mention the Memory Maker. Why? Because I personally think it is totally worth it! There are three major factors that lead me to this conclusion: 1. User Friendly 2. Photo Options 3. Budget Minded 1. User Friendly: During my last trip to Disney I purchased the Memory Maker option for our vacation package. It was so incredible easy to use. After entering a park, we would look on a map to see where photographers were stationed. If we passed by one of them, we would take a few quick family photos, scan our MagicBands, and we were good to go! Want to capture the photos taken on attractions like Splash Mountain or Buzz Light’s Space Ranger Spin? Your MagicBand automatically links these to your account. Just jump off the ride and head on your merry way! Every evening when we were back […]
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