Author Archives: Michelle Foster




A Pirate’s Adventure – An Overlooked Treasure at the Magic Kingdom

“A Pirate’s Adventure: Treasures of the Seven Seas” at Walt Disney World is an awesome, but often overlooked activity that the entire family will enjoy. Parents will appreciate that the adventure is also free! To participate, you simply stop by the small hut that is located near the Jungle Cruise. You will be given one […]


Take Me Out to Casey’s Corner: Restaurant Review

Casey’s Corner in Magic Kingdom is a favorite of my family. The counter service restaurant is located on Main Street U.S.A. and opened in May 27, 1995. The name references the poem “Casey at the Bat” by Ernest Thayer. It is decorated in a nostalgic baseball theme and lets guests step back in history and enjoy reminders of the […]



Why We Love the Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness

If you are looking for something a little different than a normal hotel room, consider staying at the Cabins at Fort Wilderness during your next stay at Walt Disney World. The Fort Wilderness resort is located on more than 700 acres of property between the Magic Kingdom and EPCOT. The resort offers an “experience,” not […]


It’s All in a Name…Tag

Employees of the Walt Disney Company wear a variety of costumes, hair pieces, shoes, and accessories depending on the role they hold. All employees have one item in common, though. They all wear the same name tag. Any cast member, from the Captain of a cruise ship to a food service cook, wears the iconic […]


‘Ohana: Taking Disney Dining to a New Level

Yes, ‘Ohana is worth the hype. It is also worth staying up until midnight and making an advance dining reservation the moment your window opens. The restaurant takes the magic of Disney dining to a new level. The restaurant is located at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and offers both breakfast and dinner. Families are introduced to Hawaiian customs […]


Breakfast at 1900 Park Fare or Chef Mickey’s?

Character dining at Walt Disney World can be a treat for children and adults alike. It is an easy way to meet popular characters without waiting in line for long periods of time. My family enjoys planning a table service breakfast with characters. Before stepping foot into the parks, we have our bellies full and […]


Unconventional Things to Pack for Disney

It’s almost here! Your Disney dream vacation! You have made a list of things to pack and you are counting down the days. As you begin to pack your bags, you may want to consider some (or all) of these unconventional items that can make your trip more pleasant. Clothes pins – Yes, you can […]


Beware the “Move Over Law” and other tips for driving to WDW

Many people think traveling to Walt Disney World via personal vehicle is akin to spending a day or two in jail. However, driving can be pleasant and extremely convenient. Here are some handy tips for taking a road trip to see the Mouse. Move Over Law The state of Florida is one of many states with […]