Disney World offers something for everyone and the thrill-seekers in your family can definitely find rides to get their heart racing! These are our favorites, ranked in order of intensity from lowest to highest.
The Epcot International Food and Wine Festival in Disney World offers so much to eat and drink! I’m happy to bring to you my best bites from the Festival.
These 6 Disney World thrill rides are kid-approved! Read what my 12-year-old thought of these six rides and which one was her favorite.
From nighttime hours at Animal Kingdom to new Frozen, Soarin’, and Star Wars attractions, I am super excited about the changes coming to Disney World as they “Awaken Summer” 2016!
If you’re looking for a destination race to run where you can feel comfortable, supported, and inspired, try runDisney!
With terrific theme park perks, two fantastic pool areas, and brilliantly-designed family suite bathrooms, the budget-conscious Cabana Bay Beach Resort is a perfect choice for a Universal Orlando vacation.
Here’s how to plan your day – and budget – at Epcot’s International Food & Wine Festival in Walt Disney World.
Butterbeer. Regular, frozen, hot, or ice cream, it’s sweet, cream-soda-butterscotchy flavor is one of my favorites. But which version is best in my book? Read on!
My personal motivation to exercise stems mainly from the promise of traveling to a new location. Each year I pick a destination and find a race I can run. While finishing a half marathon feels euphoric, enjoying that race in a beautiful setting, a fun destination, or with the promise of a really excellent bonus at the finish line, makes it all the more worthwhile.
I wanted to train for a half-marathon, and I love Disney World, so the runDisney races were my first choice. I absolutely loved Epcot’s International Food & Wine Festival last time I went, so I was stoked to run a half marathon that ended at the Festival!
While I’ve always enjoyed traveling, the past year was the first that I embraced travel as a passion and looked at every step beyond my front door from a travel writer’s perspective. It’s pretty amazing to view your travels in that manner. It’s not just a vacation, day trip, or field trip, but a way to experience more in life, learn more about myself, and share that with others.