March 2017 at Disney World

This post covers what the crowds, weather, special events, etc., are like at Walt Disney World during March, but simply put, if you are able to plan a visit whenever you want, March is a month to avoid (with one exception). This is because, in the immoral wisdom of Alien, it’s “SPRINNNG BREAAAKKKKKK FOREVAAAAAA.” (There are so

Oceano Review

Oceano is a buffet restaurant in Hotel MiraCosta at Tokyo Disney Resort. This review features food photos, thoughts on the ambiance, and our take as to whether this pricey buffet is worth the money. In terms of design, Oceano is sort of like a post-modern, almost impressionist interpretation of the old Mediterranean. I don’t really

August 2016 at Disney World

August is the light at the end of the tunnel for summer season at Walt Disney World, with crowds that start to improve towards the end of the month. It’s still one of the worst months of the year to visit “thanks” to the weather, but overall, it’s better than July. Actually, the end of August

Tips for Buying Disney Merchandise

Looking for the perfect souvenir from your Walt Disney World or Disneyland vacation? This post offers tips for finding something you’ll cherish for years to come, with our favorite unique categories of merchandise available at the Disney Parks. Obviously, merchandise is a matter of taste, which is entirely subjective, but I’ll point you towards some

Summer 2016 Disney World Strategy

The last couple of days have been big for planning Summer 2016 Walt Disney World vacations, as firm opening dates and schedules have finally been given to many new attractions and entertainment, most notably Frozen Ever After and The Jungle Book: Alive with Magic. FastPass+ now is available for both, plus Soarin’ Around the World. If you’ve finally

Disney Park Itineraries

Do you have 1 day to spend at one of the Walt Disney World, Disneyland, or other Disney theme parks? Our Disney park itineraries will help, with our recommended attack plans for the day, covering everything from attractions to restaurants to quiet places to stop and enjoy the ambiance. Our patented (not really) park strategy guides