Tag: Disney Activities

Disney World’s Pirates of the Caribbean Ride

March 15, 2012

Disney World Orlando, FL– If you are planning a trip to Disney World a must see attraction is the Pirate of the Caribbean ride.  It is an amazing boat ride attraction that would take you through the town where the pirates are stealing and counting their loot.

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There is so much to see in the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. Even as you wait in to enter the attraction make sure pay attention to the theme as it takes you narrow winding tunnel to the boat ride. Be ready: there is rough water and a quick plunge will take you by surprise.

As you listen to ” Yo Ho (A Pirate’s Life is for me) while floating away in this pirates world take cover cause there are some gun fires and cannons blasting.  Try to find Jack Sparrow as he looks for the towns treasure map.  Other scoundrel buccaneers are trying to beat him to this treasure map.  As you go through the boat ride you will see the treasures these pirates have stolen.

Disney World Character Dining

March 2, 2012

One of the most exciting aspects of a Disney World vacation—especially for little ones — is meeting the Disney characters in person!  There is just something about giving Mickey a high five or getting a hug from Cinderella to make kids of all ages smile from ear to ear!  There’s not much better than Disney World Character Dining!

You can find characters throughout the parks and in the parades, but if you want up close personal time without waiting in the many individual lines, Disney World character dining a great way to meet some of the beloved friends!

Meet Mickey and Cinderella at Disney

Character meals occur at several restaurants in all four theme parks and in some of the hotels.  Generally, you are seated at your table and you eat at your own pace.  During the course of the meal, the characters featured at that particular meal will rotate around the tables, greeting each table and posing for pictures, signing autographs and interacting with guests.  Be sure to bring along a camera and an autograph book.

Disney for Adults: Planning Part 1. When is the best time to go to Disney?

February 29, 2012

So you’ve decided that Walt Disney World is the perfect place for your vacation.  Now comes the fun part!  Planning!  (Well, to me it’s fun, which is probably why I love my job so much.)  The first decision you need to make is when to travel.  Here are a few things to consider when planning your trip.  When is the best time to go to Disney?

Crowd levels:

Traveling without kids usually means that you have a little more flexibility with travel dates, since you don’t have to work around a school schedule.  This is great news for an adults-only getaway because it allows you to travel to Walt Disney World during less crowded times of the year.  The least crowded times of the year are January through mid-February, late August through most of October, and a few weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas.  However, crowd levels can vary from week-to-week, so make sure to contact me for more detailed information regarding the best time to go to Disney.

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