Unless you are living under a rock, or maybe that is the safest place to be I am sure you have heard of social distancing. Just because we can’t travel or Visit Disney parks right now doesn’t mean we can’t still dream and plan. Let’s chat about how to keep magic at home-social distancing style.
10 things to watch on Disney + I hope if you are reading this you are geeking out as much as we are over here at DisneyDreamCo about Disney +. The list of new shows, old favorites movies, and fan favorites is almost too long to scroll through.
It’s not a secret. I love to drink things out of a pineapple. Even water. It is just more fun! This is probably what drew me to the Lapu Lapu at the Tambu Lounge at the Polynesian Resort. I am going to share with you how to make a homemade Lapu Lapu. This is a sure-fire way to turn your staycation into a vacation.
That title grabbed your attention, right? Well stick with me here, this is not clickbait. I’d like to explore some options on how to take a trip to Disney for free. Now free does not mean without effort or planning. Let get started with the planning part, shall we?
Visiting Disney World can be exciting and overwhelming for anyone. A bit of planning and research can make the experience much less stressful and much more fun. Today I am taking a bit of a departure from my regular style of posts to share something that may make travel to Disney with kids/adults with special needs less stressful: visual supports.
Trust me I get it. Extra time is hard to come by. Sometimes extra money for Disney is hard to come by too. Before you stop me and say you don’t have time for an online side hustle consider my top ten favorites. I am sure you can find at least one option you can fit into your day.
Hilton Bonnet Creek: The Hilton Bonnet Creek has long been on our list. This resort has been recommended to us due to its great location, both close to Disney but also tucked away, as well as great amenities.
The Festival of the Arts is one of Epcot’s shorter festivals and maybe less attended as well. The Festival includes wonderful works of art for purchase and on display throughout the park. I am going to share some no cost Festival of the Arts fun that you should be sure not to miss. The Festival runs through February 24th, 2020.
Monsiuer Paul- Dining Review: This a long overdue Monsieur Paul- Dining review post, possibly the best place we had dinner at Walt Disney World last year. Monsieur Paul is signature dining located in the France Pavillion. This restaurant is upstairs or on top of Chefs de France.
Oga’s Cantina in Galaxy’s Edge is a lively watering hole on Batuu. My family visited about a month ago and we are going to give you all of our family’s favorites.