Over the last few months, we’ve been having fun making a picture-guessing game of locations in Walt Disney World. Up to this point, each video question has been individually put on Instagram and Facebook, but now we decided to start adding collections of them to YouTube for longer gameplay (BTW, like the video & subscribe to us on YouTube 😃 👍🏻). Quiz Below ⬇️ A fun quiz to play with the whole family! 😃 7 questions . . . who will get the most correct? TIP: You can pause the video during each “Timer Section” (if you would like) to … Continue reading Where in the Walt Disney World?
It’s called the “Contemporary” but in many ways, it still looks more like what the style was back in the early 1970s when it was built. To tweak this retro look a bit, Walt Disney Imagineering is reimagining the Contemporary Resort to include theming from The Incredibles! Currently, the guest rooms on all nine floors in the tower are being completely refurbished in preparation for Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary this October. New custom artwork in guest rooms and along corridors will complement the resort’s architecture while putting the Supers’ powers of The Incredibles on display! Also, the lobby will … Continue reading Incredible Themed Rooms Coming to the Contemporary Resort!
“Disney Enchantment,” will be the new nighttime spectacular that will celebrate Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary! Disney describes this nightly event as an “extravaganza that will take Guests on a journey filled with adventure, wonder, and empowerment. Inspiring everyone to believe in magic, “Disney Enchantment” will feature music, enhanced lighting, stunning fireworks, and for the first time, immersive projection effects that extend from Cinderella Castle down Main Street, U.S.A.” The new nightly show debuts October 1st at the Magic Kingdom & it is planned an 18-month event! Also starting October 1st will be EPCOT’S new nighttime spectacular called “Harmonious” which … Continue reading For the first time, immersive projection effects will extend down Main Street, U.S.A.
The American Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase has a counter service restaurant that serves up some incredible BBQ! 😋 The Regal Eagle Smokehouse opened in early 2020 (before the pandemic) and is located to the left of the American Adventure building. We visited it around lunchtime last week and wanted to give you our thoughts on this “quick-service” restaurant. First of all, when you get anywhere close to the American Pavilion, you can smell the custom smoker doing its thing out in front of the restaurant (a very smart ploy to get people to drop money on food) . . … Continue reading Regal Eagle Smokehouse – “Life Changing” Food? . . . at least the burgers were
Those large stones clogging up the entrance of Epcot (in front of Spaceship Earth) have been gone for a couple of years now but they are now are back in a new colorful wall display just outside of the park. … Continue reading Epcot’s “Leave A Legacy” – From 1999 To Newly Renovated in Feb 2021
Disneyland & Walt Disney World will be changing the Jungle Cruise. Floating around through the jungle and listening to your skipper crack jokes has always been fun, but many feel that something new is much needed for this opening day attraction. Disney Parks Blog says that they want this attraction to be able to “better reflect the value and diversity of the world around us.” (Basically meaning that they want to change any of the negative depictions of native people). Besides getting rid of the negative aspects of the ride, Disney will be incorporating a whole new storyline that ties the … Continue reading Jungle Cruise Refurbishment Coming Soon
When our family’s at Epcot, we probably ride the Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros at least twice during every vacation. While this classic World Showcase boat ride in the Mexican Pavillian could be considered “lame” by many people, there is just something about this ride experience that makes it very special. Maybe it’s the pyramid-shaped Mexico Pavilion building. Maybe it’s the feeling of walking into a nighttime scene in an old Mexican village (the fountain, the shops, or the cast members). Maybe it’s the smell of the food from the San Angel Inn Restaurante. Maybe it’s the archway … Continue reading What Makes the Gran Fiesta Tour Special? (when it’s not so special)
In a modified format, it was announced today that the popular Festival of the Lion King will be returning to Disney’s Animal Kingdom! Walt Disney World will begin bringing back singers, dancers, and more cast members from the show at the Harambe Theatre. The new show starting this summer will have adjustments to the stage, backstage, and will have updates to the choreography to allow for appropriate physical distancing. There will also be changes in how the audience is seated which will be in line with other theater-based experiences at the Walt Disney World Resort. There will be amazing visual … Continue reading Festival of the Lion King Returning