Fun Activities for Boys at Disney World Disney is fun for everyone, but on the surface it does look like most things are for girls. However with a little searching you can find tons of things to do for boys at Disney! This is a list of things that may appeal to the boys in your party. Wagon Ride: Take a 45-minute wagon ride and explore the Fort Wilderness Campground each night at 7:00 and 9:30 pm and depart from in front of Pioneer Hall. No reservations are needed, just show up with cash. Collect Things: Boys love collections,...Read More
Author: Richard Christensen
Relax in Luxury at a Disney World Spa A week at Disney World can be exhausting. It’s harsh on your feet and leg muscles and also that Florida sunshine beats down on your skin all day. Sometimes you need a vacation from your vacation! Luckily, Disney offers an escape from the hustle and bustle of a Park touring schedule and a chance to repair your body. And for some, spending a day at one of the full service spas is part of the plan; there are even couples packages for romantic getaways. Many of the Deluxe resorts, plus The...Read More
Flo’s V8 Cafe Veggie Tater Casserole Recipe from Disneyland Here’s a vegetarian spin on the usual shepherd’s pie. This casserole uses bulgur wheat in place of meat for hearty flavor. Watch the video below for instructions. Veggie Tater Casserole Serves 6 3/4 cup bulgur wheat 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil 2/3 cup diced onion 1 teaspoon minced garlic (about 2 small cloves) 2/3 cup diced zucchini 2/3 cup diced yellow squash 1/2 cup diced red bell pepper 2 1/2 cups vegetarian sausage crumbles, such as Morningstar Farms Coarse salt, freshly ground black pepper, to taste 4 cups prepared...Read More
Journey to Star Wars The Force Awakens Teen Novels Often overshadowed by the mass merchandising is the amazing catalog of Star Wars books. Adding some excitement for the next generation of Star Wars fans is a new series of novels leading up to the release of The Force Awakens. These new Young Adult books are written to appeal to the 10-18 year old crowd and is a good way to both build excitement for the new movies while introducing them to the vast Star Wars literary library. The first book, Lost Stars, follows two characters through the rise and...Read More
Cargo Shorts: Dad’s Vacation Tool Belt As dad I have become an avid fan of cargo shorts. They may not be highly fashionable, but they can certainly hold a lot of supplies. Just as I would load up my tool belt for working on a project at home, I strategically pack my cargo shorts pockets while traveling. During my many trips to Disney World I’ve discovered that, even without a child in tow, having those bulky pockets makes life a lot easier. For one, you can get away without needing a backpack and skip the bag check lines! Having...Read More
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