So, have you booked your vacation well ahead of time, or have you just booked at short notice? How on earth do you decide what restaurants to book, and at what time? Quick Service or Table Service? Dining plan or pay as you go? Do I need to decide 6 months out (if I can)? … Dining at Disney World: How Do You Know What to Book, 6 Months Out?
A Disney Vacation is generally an expensive trip for a family. But can you enjoy the experience while you are there without it costing the world? I think so! As a Scottish banker, I have perhaps a unique perspective on value for money at Walt Disney World. Helping people save money is my job (or … Top Walt Disney World Money-Saving Tips from the Scottish Banker
My expectations were very high for my first visit to ‘Ohana at Disney’s Polynesian Resort. It was a brief journey from the Magic Kingdom on the monorail. It was Day 2 of our vacation; we were staying offsite, and this was a special celebration evening meal. Some of our party were celebrating 25 years since they … Dining Review: ‘Ohana – Is This the Best 1-Credit Dining Experience at Disney World?
Is it worth trying to do Walt Disney World with young kids? “They won’t remember it, wait till they are older,” people say. I disagree. If your child can just about walk, they are old enough! We have a 16-month-old and a 5 1/2 year-old. We just survived and thrived on a 14-day Disney World … Is It Worth Doing a Walt Disney World Vacation with a Young Family? Top Tips
Is it worth leaving your hotel, and the Disney Parks, to dine at Disney Springs? I would say a definite “Yes!” However, with so many new and established restaurants at Disney Springs, how do you choose? Splitsville was not a restaurant that was on my radar at all. I didn’t want to go bowling, so … Dining Review: Splitsville, Disney Springs. Is It Worth 1 Table Service Credit?