The Airports of Disney World

Imagine flying into Walt Disney World, taking off in your hometown and landing on Disney property. For a time, some guests could actually do it. There is an airport in Disney World that must guests pass at least once during their visit to the Magic Kingdom without realizing it. You don’t know what you’re looking at unless you know what you are looking for in this case. The other airport in Disney was used more recently but is impossible to find although some of you may have slept in its location. This runway was never meant to handle travelers. Its sole

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RUMOR: Epcot Might Get Two New Countries in World Showcase!

A “Coming Soon” country on opening day in 1982 may finally be coming to Epcot! Rumor has it that Spain, which was announced as a coming pavilion in the World Showcase in 1982, will finally be getting its place in Epcot. The strength of this one is based on the new movie, Gigantic, which is set in Spain and is predicted to be a huge hit. So, we may get a new country because of a movie, expect there to be a pretty strong presence of that movie in the pavilion. Obviously, not much detail is known about how the

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Trader Sam’s: A Must Do Experience at the Polynesian Village Resort!

It’s hard to find a time when I am perfectly pleased with paying $40 for a drink. Just considering purchasing a $40 drink surprised my wife and me! But, there we were gladly ordering the Uh-Oa! Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto is one of the best times you can have with friends and family with good food and drinks to boot! If you have never been, you should go, its worth every penny. Anyway, Disney explains it pretty well: Trader Sam is the legendary “head” salesman who offers you a hard-to-pass-up deal—2 of his heads for 1 of yours—at the conclusion

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Satu’li Canteen in Pandora to Offer Unique Eats and Disney’s First Mobile Ordering

Dubbed a “fast-casual” restaurant by Disney, Satu’li Canteen in Pandora will be the first restaurant to have Disney’s Mobile Order service using the My Disney Experience app. This new service gives guests the ability to skip the line when they get to the restaurant. Mobile Order Build your order through the My Disney Experience app and when you get to the restaurant hit the “I’m here” button and the app lets the restaurant know to start preparing your food. When your order is ready you will receive a notification to head up to the counter to get your meal! Talk

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Golden Oak

Golden Oak: Your chance to live in Walt Disney World

I know most of us would be perfectly pleased to get a chance to live in Walt Disney World, but they have only ever given us the chance to visit for a few days or maybe a little longer if we are lucky. But now we all have our chance to actually live on Disney property. There are just some barriers to entry, no big deal. Let’s look at the new Golden Oak community. Some History on the Name One thing to remember is that Disney doesn’t usually pull a name out of thin air. The names they choose usually

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Worst Attraction in WDW

The Worst Attraction in Walt Disney World!

Without much thought, the obvious choice for the worst attraction in Walt Disney World is The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The words Tower and Terror should not be used in the same sentence or name in any Disney park, but here we are. I have felt its terror once and that is enough. I had a lapse in judgment. It was the last day with all our friends hanging out in the parks. I had refused to do it the whole time we were down there but decided that because it was the last day I would

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Carribean Beach Pool

$75 Gift Card Offered to Caribbean Beach Resort Guests for Construction Woes!

If you are booked at Carribean Beach after May 1st Disney has offered guests a $75 gift card per night of their stay to be used at any participating merchandise or food location. As you may have heard Old Port Royale Food Court, Shutters at Old Port Royale, Banana Cabana Pool Bar, and Calypso Trading Post will all be closed for refurbishment. In addition to explaining the offer the letter guests receive also explains the other options available at the resort. Read the letter below: Thank you for choosing the Walt Disney World Resort as your vacation destination! The future of Disney’s

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Dining Plan: Magic Kingdom Edition

What would you need to get to make the Dining Plan worth it at Magic Kingdom

Many people opt for the Dining Plan when planning their vacation because it helps them budget for their vacation, but is it worth it? We will look into the restaurants at the Magic Kingdom and see what we have to buy in order to make the Dining Plan save money. First, let’s quickly review each option for your stay at Walt Disney World! Dining Plan Options There are three different options when it comes to the dining plan. They are Quick Service Dining Plan, Disney Dining Plan, and Deluxe Dining Plan. Each plan can be chosen when you purchase a Magic

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Coronado Springs is getting a Huge Expansion!

You’ve heard it here first, second or third! Coronado Springs is getting a huge expansion. Disney has announced a 15-story tower with 500 rooms that will have new suites and concierge services. It will sit on the shores of Lago Dorado, the resort’s lake. Rooftop dining will give 360-degree views of the property and great views of the 3 nearby theme parks fireworks. The rest of the resort will also be updated with refurbished rooms. The landscape of Coronado will also be getting a big update with floating gardens and an island that will connect the resort through bridges. It

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BREAKING NEWS: Walt Disney World Raises Ticket Prices and Annual Passes

It’s a scary time a year for us Walt Disney World Goers! Ticket prices and Annual Passes have gone up once again! This happens every year around this time so if you are planning for next year plan on buying before February of next year to save money. One-Day Tickets Now you can find a one-day ticket to Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom during the cheap season(smaller crowds) for $99 which is up from $97 last year. During the somewhat busier time, one-day ticket prices will start at $107, up from the $102 it would have cost you last year.

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