Guest blogger Michelle Fleury has ten great tips for traveling with children to Walt Disney World.
Relaxing in a giant porthole is just one of the many fantasies that become reality on Disney newest cruise ship. I just returned from a three-night preview cruise on the Disney Fantasy, and I’m still reeling from the pleasure of sailing on one gorgeous ship!
Guest blogger, Megan Biller, finds that gluten-free at Walt Disney World isn’t so bad after all!
After more than two decades enjoying Walt Disney World’s restaurants I wanted to compose a list of my all-time favorite dishes. Hopefully they may become your favorites also:
I’ve come to the conclusion that there’s actually a Disney concierge personality. I just happened upon this phenomena on my last Walt Disney World research trip when, in my usual fashion, I moved every two nights between resorts. And it struck me like never before how very different guest personalities are in each resort, particularly when it comes to concierge.
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Glass Slipper Concierge agent and guest blogger Megan Biller trains for Disney’s Princess Half Marathon.
Ahhh….Venice! Honestly I think it might possibly be the most beautiful place in the world. It’s my third time here, and I’m still in awe of it.
I really do feel an amazing sense of camaraderie with my fellow travelers after a few days of seeing the world together. And what a perfect group! The children all a joy, and the adults gracious, fun, and incredible travel partners. I keep asking myself, “where is that one pain in the rear that I’ve always heard is a mandatory part of any tour group”?
We toured St. Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican Museums on our third day followed by a festive lunch of antipasto and saltimbocca. The group was getting livelier, and the children had paired off in natural age groups having the time of their lives.
After only one day on my Adventure By Disney tour of Italy I would venture to say there couldn’t be a better choice for family travel. The “Junior Adventurers” were treated like royalty, and Marco, our Italian Adventure Guide, had the children in giggles half the day.