Mouse Fan Mondays Roundup
This week’s Mouse Fan Mondays is a throwback to our most popular MFM post to date. We had some unexpected travel over the weekend so we thought we would let you rediscover this great article on finding rare characters. We also invite you to check out our Disney Resort Review Series and other great Mouse Fan Mondays articles you might have missed.
Disney Character Palooza Throwback
Animal Kingdom Lodge is a Disney Deluxe Resort that offers a truly unparalleled experience. In this review of Disney’s Animal Kingdom lodge learn about
Jambo House room types
Animal Kingdom Signature, Table, and Quick Service restaurants Jiko, Mara, Sanaa, and Boma House
Stunning Animal Kingdom Pools
The truly unique experience of the Safari including the night time safari
Other activities such as s’mores, art work observations, and more
In this Contemporary Resort review we introduce you to this iconic Disney Deluxe resort. We also share a full review of Disney’s DVC property known as Bay Lake Tower. Disney’s Contemporary resort is located on the monorail loop within walking distance of the Magic Kingdom. Learn more in this review about:
Contemporary Resort Deluxe room types
Signature Disney and Character restaurants on site: California Grill, The Wave, Chef Mickey’s
Located within walking distance of Magic Kingdom and on the monorail loop makes Contemporary and Bay Lake Tower a premier Deluxe Disney Resort location.
Take a visual tour with us as we see the amazing Disney Christmas decorations and Disney Christmas tree decorations scattered throughout the beautiful Disney Deluxe Resorts. We will see the following Disney Deluxe Resort decorations.
Grand Floridian Christmas decorations
Polynesian Christmas decorations
Yacht Club and Beach Club Christmas decorations
The Contemporary Resort Christmas decorations
Swan & Dolphin’s Christmas decorations
In this review of Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside Resort, Sarah of Moment Mom, introduces us to the charm of an authentic Louisiana themed experience. Join us on the Disney Bayou to learn about the Port Orleans Riverside rooms fit for your prince or princess, the convenient amenities of a Disney moderate resort, and the authentic Bayou cuisine at Boatwright’s Dining Hall.
In this review of Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort, Jenn from Will Save For Travel , introduces us to one of the very first Disney Value Resorts on property. There are three Disney All-Star Resorts on Disney property. All-Star Sports is the oldest of all the Disney Value Resorts. However, If Disney immersion and theming, larger than life icons, and value friendly rates are what you need, then All Star Sports really hits a home run.
In this review you will learn about
Disney All-Star Sports Preferred Rooms vs Standard Room
Disney All-Star Sports room amenities
Disney All-Star Sports restaurants
Disney All-Star Sports Room Rates
Disney All-Star Sports Transportation Options
Disney All-Star Sports Pools
Disney’s Pop Century Resort is a value resort that is great for its convenient location, decade nostalgia and affordable price. It’s located in the World Wide of Sports Resort Area. Room rates range from $115-$160/night depending on room type and time of year.
In this post we let you in on a little secret: The Character Palooza at Hollywood Studios is a somewhat secret Disney character meet and greet. At this non advertised somewhat secretive character event located outside the entrance of Hollywood Studios you can meet some truly unique Disney characters. Read more to learn how you can locate and participate in a Disney World Character Palooza at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Before traveling to Disneyland, I was warned by several Walt Disney World and Disneyland “experts” that the two park locations were very different. Some even told me to save my money and go to another park altogether. But when it comes to Disney, I suffer from FOMO in the worst way!
If you don’t find your way over to our Character Palooza post today, feel free to drop your link below on our round up.