Category: Disney Destinations

Disney Classic: Alice In Wonderland attraction at Disneyland Park

MH alice in wonderlandTime for a trip down the rabbit hole.

The closest you can get to celebrating Alice’s unbirthday party in WDW’s Magic Kingdom is by taking a spin on the Mad Tea Party. At Disneyland — since 1958! — you can

Jeep into the wilds on Kilimanjaro Safaris

“But where’s the lion? Have we seen it yet? Is there a lion on this ride? Can he get us? When do we see the lion?” My son, then not quite five, was obsessed the first time he rode Kilimanjaro

Hit the links at Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf

Once in a blue moon, we find ourselves with a little something called “downtime” at Walt Disney World. (And really, we don’t actually so much find downtime as it’s forcibly written into the schedule.) What to do with that extra

Uncover the Magic of Disney Animation

Disney’s Mulan is near the top of our family’s list of all-time favorite animated films so we were delighted that the first half of the Magic of Disney Animation attraction is co-hosted by Mushu! The jocular dragon is assisted by

Hit some targets at Frontierland Shootin’ Exposition

It’s not often I have a roll of quarters burning a hole in my pocket but I might just have to remember to bring one for Disneyland’s Frontierland Shootin’ Exposition. We never bothered to stop at its cousin in

Take a spin on Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress

MH carousel of progressIt’s not every 11-year-old’s cup of tea but it sure was mine. I was totally fascinated by Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress during my early trips to Walt Disney World. And I’ve always been interested in living history attractions –

Splash with Huey, Duey & Louie in Nephews’ Splash Zone on the Disney Magic

This post is short and sweet, just like the toddler who loved the Nephews’ Splash Zone on our cruise on the Disney Magic this past spring. The water play area features three spurting mini-boilers shaped like Uncle Donald’s nephews as

Relax to the Song of the Rainforest with Grandmother Willow

This quiet little respite from the crowds and sun at Disney’s Animal Kingdom can be found tucked away in the Conservation Station at the area of the park known as Rafiki’s Planet Watch. It takes a touch of patience to

Enjoy: Tonga Toast for breakfast at Kona Cafe

Tonga Toast: it was the primary reason we experienced that rarest (for our family) of Walt Disney World vacation meals, the table-service breakfast. In fact – and I’m sheepish to admit this – it was the only resemblance of a