4/30/2013 • Cruises •
Exclusive to Disney Cruise Line guests, the Castaway Cay 5K is a free runDisney fun run available on most Disney cruises visiting Castaway Cay. If you are a runner or walker this is a spectacular challenge to be a part of! Registration is located at the Port Adventures desk on board your ship. While the minimum age to officially run is 10 years old, if you have a child under that age that is a runner, know that the course is open to all island visitors so young runners can participate although they will not have a bib number nor receive a medal at the end. My family members under age 10 loved the course although it’s important you have your children supervised at all times during the race. For those officially registered at the Port Adventures desk, you will receive a release form that you'll bring the morning of […]
4/25/2013 • Walt Disney World •
Apprentices wanted at Walt Disney World! Did you know that there is an interactive game included with your park admission to Magic Kingdom? Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom is an interactive trading card adventure that kids of all ages will love that involves battling various Disney villains throughout Magic Kingdom's themed lands (except Tomorrowland) using special spell cards. To get started, guests need to check-in at the Main Street Firehouse, where you are given a specialized park map pointing out the various locations of the game, along with a Sorcerer Key card that activates the game screens and keeps track of your progress in the game, and a set of Spell Cards. The main play areas are Magic Portals located throughout Magic Kingdom. Merlin opens up the portal and allows you to interact with the characters and defend Magic Kingdom park from an army of Disney villains To activate the […]
2/28/2013 • Walt Disney World •
With all the attractions specifically for preschoolers at the other parks, Epcot seems like it might be a bore. But make no mistake, Epcot can be fun for adults and preschoolers alike! The Seas with Nemo and Friends is a great place to start with your little one. Climb aboard a Clamobile and have your preschooler find Nemo among the fish in the aquarium. When you are finished, take in a Turtle Talk with Crush – an interactive experience where the kids are integral to the show. Be sure to prepare your preschooler with a question they can ask Crush before they go in, so that they get an opportunity to be part of the show. If some in your group want to take in some of the bigger rides, like Test Track or Mission Space, know there is a great indoor, air-conditioned area you can wait with your preschooler. […]
1/8/2013 • Walt Disney World •
When visiting Walt Disney World, Main Street U.S.A. is an area NOT to be missed. With all the excitement of characters and rides, sometimes Main Street U.S.A. is quickly bypassed. However, there are "magical moments" on Main Street at Walt Disney World. One hidden treasure is the Harmony Barbershop on Main Street. Reservations for resort guests can be made up to 180 day in advance, but walk-ins are also welcomed. Early in the morning and during parades are a great time for walk-ins. "First Haircuts" are their specialty, which includes a certificate to remember the experience, as well as "My 1st Haircut" mouse ears . This package cost $18.00. Confetti, colored hair gel and pixie dust for girls and pirate dust for boys are also available for an additional cost. This full-service barbershop shouldn't be missed! With the red and white barber pole outside to the antique cash register being […]
11/18/2012 • Walt Disney World •
Can I visit Walt Disney World, enjoy all that it has to offer and still manage my child's food allergies when it is time to eat? YES! Walt Disney World can be enjoyed and your food allergies can be easily managed while visiting the parks. I visited Walt Disney World in May with my nephew, who has multiple severe food allergies, and found it easy to order tasty meals that he would enjoy. Disney takes the stress and worry out of eating and snacking around the Magic Kingdom, even with a food allergy. When making reservations at any of Disney's table-service restaurants, it is quick and easy to note a food allergy with your reservation. You can also contact a Dietary Specialist at (407) 824-5967 or email email@example.com about your food allergies, dining reservations and any concerns you may have in meeting your dietary restrictions. While ordering at counter-service locations, binders are available at […]
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