My first visit to DisneyWorld was at 8 months old and it’s definitely a huge part of my life. I grew up visiting the parks multiple times a year with friends and family and the tradition continues to this day. If you ask me where I am off to, it’s probably Disney! My love for Disney grew even more when I worked at Magic Kingdom. What an amazing and unforgettable experience that was.
I am known as the Disney Guru and so I am always helping others plan their trips, give tips and answer any questions they have. I have a passion for the magic and love helping others experience it as well. There are many options available to choose from and my goal is to make the planning process as seamless as possible.
Some of my Disney favorites:
Resorts – Art of Animation and Pop Century due to the location, access to the Skyliner and the convenient family suites available at Art. Animal Kingdom is a beautiful resort that is home to various wildlife that you may encounter. The Contemporary is a more upscale resort experience with direct access to Magic Kingdom, the Monorail and some rooms even have views of Cinderella’s Castle.
Rides – Rise of the Resistance, Haunted Mansion, Tower of Terror, Winnie the Pooh, Toy Story Mania, Kilimanjaro Safari and Flight of Passage.
Eats – Topolino’s Terrace in the Riviera Resort is a new addition with character dining available. Be Our Guest in Magic Kingdom is the place to go for an upscale meal. 50’s Prime Time Café for an interactive experience and The Brown Derby for delicious options in Hollywood Studios. Via Napoli in Epcot offers authentic Italian and Morimoto Asia at Disney Springs is a must.
Treats – Cheshire Cat Tail at The Chesire Café, Mickey Ice Cream Bars, Corn Dog Nuggets at Casey’s Corner, every cupcake and most likely any specialized treat for all of the holidays!
Experiences – The Dessert Party for Fantasmic, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and Festival of the Arts at Epcot.