Top Posts of 2016

Disney 2017

Disney 2017

2016 is almost come and gone.  Celebrities around the world are likely to be just fine with that, as we witnessed an unusual number of high-profile deaths this year.  2017 looks brighter. For me, personally, I have a first ever family trip to Disneyland planned. 

So looking forwarding to 2017, but remember 2016, here are the top posts from our site during the tumultuous and infamous year of 2016.  

5. Pictorial Ride Through Disney’s Peter Pan’s Flight

4. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad Coaster Video of ride – includes some background information too

3. Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith – includes video of the ride

2. A Quick Comparison: Disney’s Polynesian and Grand Floridian Resorts

1. Questions and Answers on Expedition Everest Ride 

Recognizing Carrie Fisher

The above picture was a group brought together to honor the memory of Carrie Fisher, who passed away at too young an age.  She was much more in life than Princess Leia, but what better way to honor her?  The picture below is a tribute to her as well across the coast.  Coast to coast recognition of a great person, actress and star. We will miss you Carrie Fisher, wherever you are. 

Hipster Mickey Bought at Disney Springs

I am rarely jealous. But this.

Hipster Mickey

Hipster Mickey

oooh – cool think I just found this on Amazon! http://amzn.to/1VrP5gN you can buy it from home!

They also have Hipster Mickey on a mug!

Rain at the Magic Kingdom

This is from June 8, 2013.  Just goes to show, you can have an afternoon shower pop out of nowhere like this.  If you don’t want to waist $6 or $7 per person, bring some ponchos with you and shoes that can get wet! There is still a lot to do in the rain with many indoor attractions. The lines are much shorter when it rains so don’t give up, just take it easy and enjoy yourself.

Disney with Young Children

Tips for Disney With Young Children

Tips for Disney With Young Children

By young children, I am referring to ages 2, 3, 4 and some 5. This is a big audience for Disney, but I have seen parents who simply want to do it all. It is understandable, as the Disney vacation is an expensive one. You will want to do as much as possible to feel a value for your vacation dollar. I am not immune! I often rush from site to site, push the family to get ready and get going! To some extent, this is an important quality for someone in each family, otherwise most of your trip may be spent sleeping, lollygagging around, and waiting in lots of lines, getting frustrated. Continue reading