This has been a very exciting week in the Blogger Amy household. We put our deposit down for a trip to Walt Disney World® in October! This is a big change for us to go in the fall, but with our school now giving us a full week off for fall break, we have more options for when we travel to see Mickey and friends. I'll be able to check off two major Disney bucket list items this trip - attending Epcot International Food & Wine Festival and Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party!
At first glance, Epcot® doesn't look like a great way to spend a whole day with the kids, especially when you compare the number of rides in Future World to those in any of the other four parks. Time after time, I see people asking on social media if their kids will enjoy Epcot®. I want to yell at them through my computer screen "YES! Yes, they will." Epcot® is, in my opinion, home to some of the best food, rides, and experiences in all of Walt Disney World® for adults and fo
One of the things my family takes into consideration when we are planning our days at the parks is "how are we going to get there?" Between water taxis, the bus system, the monorail, and walking, Walt Disney World® guests have plenty of options for going from resort to park or park to park, or even resort to resort. (In case you don't remember, you can read about my love of the water taxi here.) My kids love utilizing each type of transportation during our trips. Sometimes we
Disney's BoardWalk Inn is my absolute favorite resort at Walt Disney World®. From the marquee lights on the front of the main building to the red planked siding, from the geraniums in the landscaping to the striped awnings over the storefronts along the boardwalk, I am madly in love with the Atlantic seaboard atmosphere. It feels like a vacation within a vacation. Sometimes I forget I'm even at Walt Disney World® - until I see the fireworks from Epcot® on the horizon! (Photo