I stepped into my dream restaurant today. The Skipper Canteen paired the Jungle Cruise with good food (something other than chicken!), and it was a phenomenal experience. I waited five minutes for a table, nearly an hour less than the attraction's wait time. Theming remained similar to the Jungle Cruise style, yet felt distinctive … Continue reading Skipper Canteen Review
Let me preface this by saying I really REALLY love Frozen (as the Elsa costume hanging in my closet might indicate). Naturally, when I heard Disney's yearly Christmas parade would be Frozen-themed, I squeed with delight while bracing for a barrage of whines from nay-sayers and purists who lament the snowball of millions of dollars … Continue reading Disney Christmas Parade Review – A “Frozen” disaster?
After nearly a decade of planning, preparation, Imagineering and a whole lot of pixie dust, WDW's the Magic Kingdom debuted its new parade, Festival of Fantasy, last week. http://youtu.be/snuSorxvlYU What a fantasy it is. I drooled for nearly 95 percent of the parade. The Peter Pan float got me all choked up (he's been a … Continue reading Festival of Fantasy Parade – The Story
The final piece of the New Fantasyland puzzle appears to be in place. Disney parks released this new on-ride video of the Snow White and Seven Dwarves mine ride, which has been in construction since late 2012. http://youtu.be/CX4REwQeDEY What viewers might not be able to fully appreciate from the video about this attraction is how … Continue reading WATCH: Seven Dwarves Mine Ride
HAPPY HALLOWEEN, EVERYONE! Welcome, foolish mortals, to this blog post dedicated to a staple attraction at every Disney park. In the spirit of Halloween, here are some rarely known, bone-chilling facts about the attraction. 1) Haunted Mansion’s backstory is the most complex of any attraction backstory in ANY Disney park. 2) Ever wonder what the … Continue reading Have a Haunted Halloween! – Fun Facts about Disney’s Haunted Mansion
Since I've started at Stitch's Great Escape!, there's no telling how many small children and parents I've escorted out of the chamber right before the show starts. The show could be set to begin and suddenly, up pops little Johnny who makes a bee-line for the door. He's followed by his exasperated mom who asks … Continue reading Scariest Disney Attractions
One of my coworkers and I were fortunate enough to snag a table for two at Be Our Guest restaurant after my friend's shift ended yesterday. The food! The atmosphere! The Beast! The ballroom! It was enough to make a Beauty and the Beast fan nearly faint from excitement. After we finished our incredible meal, … Continue reading Don’t Forget About Us: Magic Kingdom