Resort Stays

Disney Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic

Welcome to my Back to School edition! Now is a good time to brush up on some Disney World subject areas. Don’t worry; there aren’t any pop quizzes or homework here! Reading Attraction Overviews, Maps, and Park Hours. You could…

Ask the Disney Moms – Babysitting at Walt Disney World

From Elena W. Question for The Disney Moms: Has anyone used the Kids Nite Out baby sitting services?  We’re going to Disney in October for 8 nights and was thinking about a date night for my husband and me. Kid’s…

Disney’s Beach Club Resort

From the moment you step inside you are taken to a New England seaside village.  With over 575 rooms placed around Stormalong Bay.  There’s so much to explore here with the lagoons, pools, and spas. Disney’s Beach Club is a…

Headed To The Magic Kingdom? Here’s What NOT To Miss! (Part 1:5)

                        When planning my WDW trips, I always make a list of rides and restaurants at each park that are options to visit. I print a list out for…

Disney’s All Star Sports Resort

Do you have a sports fan in the house?  Well, Disney’s All Star Sports Resort is the place for you!  With it’s larger than life megaphones, basketball hoops, surf boards, footballs, and drink cups.  There’s a section for everyone.  All…

Art Of Animation – A Resort Not To Be Overlooked

It is important for my family and me to always stay on Disney property when we visit the parks.  For us, this just helps to round-out the whole Disney experience.  We have stayed at resorts of all price-points:  deluxe, moderate,…

Disney’s Fort Wilderness Campgrounds

Let’s go camping at Walt Disney World!  Disney’s Fort Wilderness Campgrounds has almost 800 campsites that accommodate everything from tents to 45 foot and longer RV’s.  Each campsite has water, cable tv, & electrical hook-ups.  Most even have a sewer…

Ask The Disney Moms – Transportation Options at Disney’s Moderate Resorts

Reader Question from Verna We are planning a trip and have kids ages 4 and 9. We are looking at the Coronado Springs or Port Orleans Resorts. Which has the best transportation options to get to the attractions? Hi Verna!…

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

If you enjoy Spanish styles, your next Disney resort should be Disney’s Coronado Springs.  This Disney resort follows the footsteps of explorer Don Francisco de Coronado; follow him through the 3 villages throughout this spacious resort. Disney’s Coronado Springs has…

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge takes you to the back into the woods with out the camping gear.  From the moment you walk in the dark woods, massive fireplace, and crickets welcome you home. Disney’s Wilderness Lodge has 728 rooms and is…