Top 10 Food Myths About Eating at Disney World

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Happy Fall, y’all!  Welcome!

#1:  The kids’ menu is only for kids.

Anyone can order from the kids’ menu.  We do it all the time.

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Kid’s Meal: Turkey sandwich with healthy sides and a fountain drink. $5.99

#2:  Character meals are only for kids.

Oh, please.  We love meeting characters and we love character buffets!!  Enough said.

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Character breakfast with Mickey…a chance to meet him without waiting in long meet and greet lines!

#3:  You can’t bring in your own food and drinks.

Disney World allows guests to bring food and drinks into the parks.  The rules are simple: no alcohol and nothing in glass containers (with the exception of baby food in glass jars). Enjoy!

#4:  It’s impossible to eat on a budget.

Counter service locations in every park provide FREE cups of ice water. We always ask for large cups with lots of ice.  We never order anything but water to drink with our meals, saving at least $3/person/meal.  My sister brings concentrated fruit punch drops to add to her iced water.

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Water in Florida can sometimes taste “off”. These drops make it delicious!

If you want to save money on snacks, pack some granola bars, baggies of cookies or chips, poptarts, a little something for everyone in your bag or backpack.

Then, buy one Disney Snack per day, like a Mickey pretzel, and share it!  Best of both worlds.

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Sweet treats for dessert. Most can be shared by at least 2 people!

#5:  There’s nothing healthy to eat at theme parks.

Disney World provides healthy options for guests at quick service, table service, and snack stands all over the property. When ordering, look for healthy sides like carrots, salads, apple slices, grapes, or other fresh fruit.

Look for Mickey Check meals on the kids menus. These meals follow nutritional guidelines that limit saturated fat, sodium, sugar, and calories. The kids meals have healthy sides like grapes available instead of cookies. (And remember, anyone can order them!)

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Coffees, sodas, and beers available at Epcot Norway pavilion.

#6:  Alcohol isn’t served in Disney Parks.

Drink up, me hardies!  When Walt Disney conceptualized the Magic Kingdom, he decreed that it (and Disneyland in California) should remain dry, with no alcohol served on the premises, except for Club 33 in Disneyland. But that tradition ended in 2012 when Be Our Guest Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom’s new Fantasyland began serving adult beverages at dinner.  All restaurants at Epcot serve wine and beer.  Same with the nice sit down restaurants at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Disney Hollywood Studios.

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These ham and cheese sandwiches at Epcot France are so good!!!

#7:  There’s nothing but burgers and fries on the menu.

Even the quick service places offer pretty good choices on their menus.  While the park burgers aren’t very good, the fries are consistently good everywhere. The sandwiches are very good.

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These sandwiches are very tasty!

#8:  Dining with allergies is too hard.

Disney World has made a lot of progress over the past few years in providing options for guests with food allergies. This attention to allergens even finds a place at special ticketed events – like at the 2018 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, where allergy-friendly treats are available to all guests.

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Some of the baby food and supplies available at the Baby Care Center at the Magic Kingdom. All the Baby Care Centers at Disney World are fully stocked.

#9:  It’s too hard to visit Disney World with a baby.

We speak from our experience working as WDW cast members…Disney World is a place for families, including those with babies.  There are fabulous Baby Care Centers located in all four parks, and they are terrific, quiet spots to take care of your little one.  Caroline loved working at the one in Disney’s Animal Kingdom.  They are fully stocked with baby food and snacks.  But, please, use some common sense people!  The millions of guests visiting the WDW parks annually come from all over the world and your 4 week old newborn baby shouldn’t be exposed to their germs!!

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Caroline (off duty) at her DAK Baby Care Center.

#10:  Same-day Advance Dining Reservations are impossible to find.

Advance Dining Reservations (ADRs) can be made 180 days ahead of your arrival day.  Lots of guests book their dining reservations at 12:01am.

Two things are helpful for finding same-day ADRs: persistence and flexibility. Be persistent: check the Disney World dining app repeatedly throughout the day. Be flexible: check out dining reservations at an off time and you might get lucky.  Plans change and guests change their ADRs all the time!

Last:  There’s nothing for vegetarians to eat.

Total myth.  Disney has really expanded their vegetarian meal offerings across the property.  We’ve never tried any of them so we can’t comment on their taste, but know that a surprising number of guests order them.

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Adventure Book Cover

Adventures in the Animal Kingdom

Lions and Tigers and Strollers, Oh My!

This is not Caroline’s first time in the Disney College Program. Along with her sister, she was previously accepted into the program a few years earlier.  Back in Colorado, Caroline was wishing for a little more pixie dust to brighten up her life.  On a whim, she decides to apply to the exclusive Disney Alumni Summer Program.

Now that she’s back, things get wild.

Wild, as in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, where Caroline is assigned to work in Stroller Rental.  While not the most glamorous position in the park, it’s often ground zero for humanity at its best and at its worst.

While Caroline makes many “Magical Moments” for deserving guests whose pixie dust has gone temporarily sideways, she also receives magical moments of her own through the friendships she makes, going to Disney cast member exclusive events, and all the spectacular dining opportunities at Disney World.

Caroline tells all – from the ins and outs of Disney’s secret training class called Traditions; to learning how to be a happy cast member during on-the-job training; to what it’s like to interact with fellow cast members and the guests who are ready to explore the most magical place on earth.

Join Caroline as she takes you on a wild ride through her adventures in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. But be careful, it’s a jungle out there!

Available now at Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle formats. Published by Theme Park Press.

Book link on Amazon.com:  Adventures in the Animal Kingdom

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Adventure is out there!

About the Author:

Caroline’s love for all things Disney, and desire to grow up to be a Disney princess, is the reason she always wanted to work for Disney.  Her dream came true working as a cast member at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

Caroline is the co-author of the book, Two Girls and a Mouse Tale, about her adventures working at Disney World with her sister.

She is currently a 7th grade middle school Social Studies teacher in Colorado.

Daily blog link:  https://collinsrace1.wordpress.com/

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Disney Bounding as Cinderella

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Meeting Cruella DeVille

Disney Bounding:  When Disney fans dress up as contemporary versions of their favorite characters and go to the theme parks.
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Disney Bounding is a way of dressing up as your favorite character using inspired color palettes, accessories, and clothing styles to look like the character, without actually being in a Disney costume. You simply use items from your own wardrobe to pull together a terrific look.

Not sure what you’re going to wear to this year’s Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party (MNSSHP) yet?  If you don’t have the time or money for an all out Disney costume, what about Disney Bounding?

Cinderella has several looks.  I went Disney Bounding in her Going to the Ball look.

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Cinderella’s Going to the Ball costume.

Pink Cinderella ears

Cinderella’s Minnie Ears!

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Disney Bounding with our friend Jessie who was Country Belle.

We Disney Bounded last year at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party in October.

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The Disney villains only come out during Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.

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Meeting the whole Peter Pan gang.

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The good guys and heroes are also out at the MNSSHP party.  Meeting Captain America.

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Going as your Ghost Hosts at last year’s MNSSHP party with our Star Wars Jedi Knights.

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Adventure Book Cover

Adventures in the Animal Kingdom

Lions and Tigers and Strollers, Oh My!

This is not Caroline’s first time in the Disney College Program. Along with her sister, she was previously accepted into the program a few years earlier.  Back in Colorado, Caroline was wishing for a little more pixie dust to brighten up her life.  On a whim, she decides to apply to the exclusive Disney Alumni Summer Program.

Now that she’s back, things get wild.

Wild, as in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, where Caroline is assigned to work in Stroller Rental.  While not the most glamorous position in the park, it’s often ground zero for humanity at its best and at its worst.

While Caroline makes many “Magical Moments” for deserving guests whose pixie dust has gone temporarily sideways, she also receives magical moments of her own through the friendships she makes, going to Disney cast member exclusive events, and all the spectacular dining opportunities at Disney World.

Caroline tells all – from the ins and outs of Disney’s secret training class called Traditions; to learning how to be a happy cast member during on-the-job training; to what it’s like to interact with fellow cast members and the guests who are ready to explore the most magical place on earth.

Join Caroline as she takes you on a wild ride through her adventures in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. But be careful, it’s a jungle out there!

Available now at Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle formats. Published by Theme Park Press.

Book link on Amazon.com:  Adventures in the Animal Kingdom

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Adventure is out there!

About the Author:

Caroline’s love for all things Disney, and desire to grow up to be a Disney princess, is the reason she always wanted to work for Disney.  Her dream came true working as a cast member at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

Caroline is the co-author of the book, Two Girls and a Mouse Tale, about her adventures working at Disney World with her sister.

She is currently a 7th grade middle school Social Studies teacher in Colorado.

Daily blog link:  https://collinsrace1.wordpress.com/

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October 1, 2018:  Welcome to Disneyland!

Seeing Orange Bird at Disney World

Shelves full of Orange Bird merchandise!

Shelves full of Orange Bird merchandise!  Cups, bowls, glasses, potholders…I want it all!

We love Orange Bird and are excited to see all the Orange Bird merchandise available at Disney Springs.

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So cute!

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Orange plates with Hidden Mickeys.

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We bought this apron!

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Pretty tea towels with Hidden Mickeys.

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Glasses and orange juice pitchers featuring Orange Bird.

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Perfect for your morning cup of coffee!

Salt and pepper shakers

Cute little OB salt and pepper shakers

More merchandise.

More merchandise.  So bright and cheerful!

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New Orange Bird magic band and charm.

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These Orange Birds are so soft!

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My new Orange Bird Tsum Tsum!  He’s a cutie! 😉

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My Orange Bird kitchen magnet to hold notes (gift from Elly).

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Love this bracelet! ❤

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Orange Bird is the special sorcerer’s card for the 2018 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party!!!

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That’s not Dole Whip, that’s Orange Swirl from the Sunshine Tree Terrace that he’s holding!

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We love this year’s trading card of Orange Bird!

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There’s lots of orange everywhere!  🙂

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Thinking about Disney Bounding as Orange Bird for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party this year???  Here’s some cutie and colorful ideas:

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Disney Bounding as Orange Bird ideas!

My Orange Bird pins.

My Orange Bird pins all lined up.  ❤ them!

Our friend, Disney artist Jason Tackett, did this artwork for the Disney Blog.

Our friend, Disney artist Jason Tackett, did this artwork of Orange Bird for the official Disney Parks Blog.

You never see Orange Bird walking around Adventureland anymore.

You never see Orange Bird walking around Adventureland anymore (photo circa 1975).

Meet Orange Bird

Meet Orange Bird Disney Pin.  “A day with orange juice is like a day without sunshine!”

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Adventure Book Cover

Adventures in the Animal Kingdom

Lions and Tigers and Strollers, Oh My!

This is not Caroline’s first time in the Disney College Program. Along with her sister, she was previously accepted into the program a few years earlier.  Back in Colorado, Caroline was wishing for a little more pixie dust to brighten up her life.  On a whim, she decides to apply to the exclusive Disney Alumni Summer Program.

Now that she’s back, things get wild.

Wild, as in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, where Caroline is assigned to work in Stroller Rental.  While not the most glamorous position in the park, it’s often ground zero for humanity at its best and at its worst.

While Caroline makes many “Magical Moments” for deserving guests whose pixie dust has gone temporarily sideways, she also receives magical moments of her own through the friendships she makes, going to Disney cast member exclusive events, and all the spectacular dining opportunities at Disney World.

Caroline tells all – from the ins and outs of Disney’s secret training class called Traditions; to learning how to be a happy cast member during on-the-job training; to what it’s like to interact with fellow cast members and the guests who are ready to explore the most magical place on earth.

Join Caroline as she takes you on a wild ride through her adventures in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. But be careful, it’s a jungle out there!

Available now at Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle formats. Published by Theme Park Press.

Book link on Amazon.com:  Adventures in the Animal Kingdom

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DAK costume

Adventure is out there!

Trolley Car Cafe Starbucks at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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Trolley Car Cafe Starbucks at DHS

The Trolley Car Café at Disney’s Hollywood Studios (9am – Closing):  This Starbucks opened on February 6, 2015 to enthusiastic crowds. The Trolley Car Café is themed as a classic trolley car station and gives guests a sense of early 20th century Hollywood atmosphere.  Disney gift cards accepted, Starbucks gift cards not accepted.

Our CP friend, Lisbeth, works there and is a master barista now!

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Lisbeth heading off to work.

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CP Moment: Getting your work costume!

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All the snacks here look so good!

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Caroline’s morning Starbucks drink starts her DHS park day off right!

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DHS You Are Here Starbucks mugs

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Yes please!

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PSLs arrived August 28th this year!

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Enjoying my icy Starbucks coffee drink with my Disney friend, Katie, on Hollywood Blvd.!

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These Mickey Starbucks pins are so cute!!!!

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It’s going to be a great day!

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Disney is banning single use plastic straws worldwide at all their parks and on cruise lines.

Disney is committed to removing all single use plastic straws at all locations across the WDW property by Summer 2019.  They already use paper straws at the Creature Comfort Starbucks over at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

We expect to see paper straws being used at all the WDW Starbucks locations before the end of the year.

Read more here:  Disney is Banning Plastic Straws Worldwide

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A hot cocoa on a cold day.

February 2018:  A mug of hot cocoa on a cold day.

Starbucks + Disney = Happiness!

Starbucks + Disney = Happiness!

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August 28, 2018: PSLs are back at Starbucks for the Fall!

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Adventure Book Cover

Adventures in the Animal Kingdom

Lions and Tigers and Strollers, Oh My!

This is not Caroline’s first time in the Disney College Program. Along with her sister, she was previously accepted into the program a few years earlier.  Back in Colorado, Caroline was wishing for a little more pixie dust to brighten up her life.  On a whim, she decides to apply to the exclusive Disney Alumni Summer Program.

Now that she’s back, things get wild.

Wild, as in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, where Caroline is assigned to work in Stroller Rental.  While not the most glamorous position in the park, it’s often ground zero for humanity at its best and at its worst.

While Caroline makes many “Magical Moments” for deserving guests whose pixie dust has gone temporarily sideways, she also receives magical moments of her own through the friendships she makes, going to Disney cast member exclusive events, and all the spectacular dining opportunities at Disney World.

Caroline tells all – from the ins and outs of Disney’s secret training class called Traditions; to learning how to be a happy cast member during on-the-job training; to what it’s like to interact with fellow cast members and the guests who are ready to explore the most magical place on earth.

Join Caroline as she takes you on a wild ride through her adventures in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. But be careful, it’s a jungle out there!

Available now at Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle formats. Published by Theme Park Press.

Book link on Amazon.com:  Adventures in the Animal Kingdom

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DAK costume

Adventure is out there!

About the Author:

Caroline’s love for all things Disney, and desire to grow up to be a Disney princess, is the reason she always wanted to work for Disney.  Her dream came true working as a cast member at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

Caroline is the co-author of the book, Two Girls and a Mouse Tale, about her adventures working at Disney World with her sister.

She is currently a 7th grade middle school Social Studies teacher in Colorado.

Daily blog link:  https://collinsrace1.wordpress.com/

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Welcome to my home, Disney’s Animal Kingdom!

 

What Shoes Should You Wear to Disney World?

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They might look pretty, but they will kill your feet to walk around in them!

Nothing can ruin a long day in the parks faster than sore feet!

Cinderella was right…the right pair of shoes makes all the difference.

The average Disney Park guest walks 5 – 10 MILES per day in the parks, mostly in the hot sun and on hard concrete. Most guests don’t walk nearly that much daily in their everyday life.  And, add in all those hours spent standing in wait lines for rides and food and you need to seriously think about your footwear before leaving home!

Let’s break it down:

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Yes!  The perfect sneaker!

#1: Tennis Shoes

The most popular footwear option around the parks and for good reason. A good tennis shoe has a great fit, is supportive and offers cushioning.

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These sneakers let your feet breathe…

We like waterproof leather ones if rain is in the forecast and cool weave ones for warm sunny days.

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Just say no…..

#2: Flip-Flops

We think guests are crazy to wear flip-flops to the parks. Your feet bake in the heat from the pavement, guests step on them or push strollers over them, you need to put sunscreen on your feet, and they’re not great for running in during the daily afternoon downpours.  Just say no.

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The preferred “dad” shoe.

#3:  All-Terrain Sandals

Our dad wears these to the Parks and loves them. A light, breathable sandal with the support and stability of a tennis shoe.  Comes in neutral and camo dad colors.

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They come in 100s of colors.

#4:  Crocs

We see these on kids a lot.  We don’t own a pair, but they look comfortable.  They come in a lot of fun colors.

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Play shoes are NOT good walking shoes!

#5:  Princess Shoes

No, no, no!!!  We see little girls teetering around wearing these play shoes and feel sorry for them!  Moms – put them in your bag and slip them on your daughter’s feet for the photo shoots with characters.  Otherwise, keep your kids in comfortable, broken in sneakers during your visit.  We think a lot of the crying and whining kids we see later on in the day are suffering from sore feet!

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Are you kidding me???!!!

#6:  High Heels

We kid you not…we see too many women wearing high heels at the Parks!!

We think they’re crazy!

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Choose your footwear wisely!

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Wondering what kind of shoes cast members – who work a lot of 12+ hour shifts – wear?

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Wonder no more…these black beauties!  🙂

Read more: Comfy Shoes for Disney Cast Members

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You can always tell when cast members are at the parks having fun….they’re the ones wearing black work shoes!!!

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Adventure Book Cover

Adventures in the Animal Kingdom

Lions and Tigers and Strollers, Oh My!

This is not Caroline’s first time in the Disney College Program. Along with her sister, she was previously accepted into the program a few years earlier.  Back in Colorado, Caroline was wishing for a little more pixie dust to brighten up her life.  On a whim, she decides to apply to the exclusive Disney Alumni Summer Program.

Now that she’s back, things get wild.

Wild, as in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, where Caroline is assigned to work in Stroller Rental.  While not the most glamorous position in the park, it’s often ground zero for humanity at its best and at its worst.

While Caroline makes many “Magical Moments” for deserving guests whose pixie dust has gone temporarily sideways, she also receives magical moments of her own through the friendships she makes, going to Disney cast member exclusive events, and all the spectacular dining opportunities at Disney World.

Caroline tells all – from the ins and outs of Disney’s secret training class called Traditions; to learning how to be a happy cast member during on-the-job training; to what it’s like to interact with fellow cast members and the guests who are ready to explore the most magical place on earth.

Join Caroline as she takes you on a wild ride through her adventures in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. But be careful, it’s a jungle out there!

Available now at Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle formats. Published by Theme Park Press.

Book link on Amazon.com:  Adventures in the Animal Kingdom

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DAK costume

Adventure is out there!

Disneyland’s ‘A Bug’s Land’ is Closing Next Week

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We loved the themeing and tie-in to gardening aspects of this land.

Disneyland is set to exterminate ‘A Bug’s Land’ from California Adventure!

On March 20, 2018, Disney Parks announced that A Bug’s Land will be closing permanently as the land will be the site for a new Marvel-themed land opening in 2020.

bug3The land’s anchor attraction, “It’s Tough to Be A Bug!” theater, which was built and opened when the theme park opened in 2001, closed on Monday, March 19, 2018. The remainder of the land is closing on Tuesday, September 4, 2018.

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The lucky four leaf clover – there’s only one! It’s 12 feet tall.

Guests with small children loved the cute, bug-filled, and shady environment with its huge clover leaves.

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Pixar Pier with the Pixar Pal-A-Round (formerly Mickey’s Fun Wheel).  Nope!  Never again will will go on those swinging baskets!!!

This latest move continues the ongoing renovations at Disney California Adventure, which in June 2018 turned its former Paradise Pier into a new land called Pixar Pier, including a newly revamped roller coaster, a new midway games, and a renovated Mickey’s Fun Wheel ferris wheel.

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My favorite ride, Heimlich’s Chew Chew Train. It smelled so good!

Our favorite rides were:  Heimlich’s Chew Chew Train (yes!), Flik’s Flyers, and Tuck and Roll’s Drive ‘Em Buggies.

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This ride was fun too!  Flik’s Flyers

I will say that – unlike at Disneyland – I never saw a screaming or crying kid at A Bug’s Land.  Not once.  Kids loved this land!  It was fun, shady, and there were lots of treat carts!

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Riding the Chew-Chew train…ahhh…all the yummy smells..candy corn!  🙂

bug2Video riding Heimlich’s Chew Chew Train  :  Riding the Chew Chew Train

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Heimlich!

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We bought the little Heimlich vinyl.

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Adventure Book Cover

Adventures in the Animal Kingdom

Lions and Tigers and Strollers, Oh My!

This is not Caroline’s first time in the Disney College Program. Along with her sister, she was previously accepted into the program a few years earlier.  Back in Colorado, Caroline was wishing for a little more pixie dust to brighten up her life.  On a whim, she decides to apply to the exclusive Disney Alumni Summer Program.

Now that she’s back, things get wild.

Wild, as in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, where Caroline is assigned to work in Stroller Rental.  While not the most glamorous position in the park, it’s often ground zero for humanity at its best and at its worst.

While Caroline makes many “Magical Moments” for deserving guests whose pixie dust has gone temporarily sideways, she also receives magical moments of her own through the friendships she makes, going to Disney cast member exclusive events, and all the spectacular dining opportunities at Disney World.

Caroline tells all – from the ins and outs of Disney’s secret training class called Traditions; to learning how to be a happy cast member during on-the-job training; to what it’s like to interact with fellow cast members and the guests who are ready to explore the most magical place on earth.

Join Caroline as she takes you on a wild ride through her adventures in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. But be careful, it’s a jungle out there!

Available now at Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle formats. Published by Theme Park Press.

Book link on Amazon.com:  Adventures in the Animal Kingdom

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DAK costume

Adventure is out there!

 

New Book: Adventure’s in the Animal Kingdom

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Adventures in the Animal Kingdom

Lions and Tigers and Strollers, Oh My!

This is not Caroline’s first time in the Disney College Program. Along with her older sister, she was previously accepted into the program a few years earlier.  Back in Colorado, Caroline was wishing for a little more pixie dust to brighten up her life.  On a whim, she decides to apply to the exclusive Disney Alumni Summer Program.

Now that she’s back, things get wild.

Wild, as in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, where Caroline is assigned to work in Stroller Rental.  While not the most glamorous position in the park, it’s often ground zero for humanity at its best and at its worst.

While Caroline makes many “Magical Moments” for deserving guests whose pixie dust has gone temporarily sideways, she also receives magical moments of her own through the friendships she makes, going to Disney cast member exclusive events, and all the spectacular dining opportunities at Disney World.

Caroline tells all – from the ins and outs of Disney’s “secret” training class called Traditions; to learning how to be a shiny, happy cast member during on-the-job training; to what it’s like to interact with fellow cast members and the guests who are ready to explore the most magical place on earth.

Join Caroline as she takes you on a wild ride through her adventures in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. But be careful, it’s a jungle out there!

Available now at Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle formats. Published by Theme Park Press.

Book link on Amazon.com:  Adventure’s in the Animal Kingdom
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DAK costume

Adventure is out there!