The Disney Live Action Disney remakes of their classic animated movies list just keeps getting longer and longer and cannot and will not be stopped. 2019 sees the releases of The Lion King and Aladdin with the Will Smith blue Genie. Join Debbie as she takes a look at all the other upcoming ones. Thanks for watching!
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So I went to Disneyworld for the first time ever, completely solo! I challenged myself to do 3 parks in 1 day and after a very long experience I have the MUST know tips, tricks, and advice for your day at the park. Planning is key for the best day!
Also, downloading the Disney app gives you an instant map to the parks and estimated wait time for rides. You can also make you Fastpass selections or reserve dining experiences!
If you’re staying in a Disney resort or spending more than one day at the parks, make sure to look into all of the benefits that come with the resort such as transportation from/to the airport to/from select resorts as well as extra magic hours that allow you into the park before the general public.
if you aren’t staying in a resort on Disney property, might I recommend hostels and hotels in Kissimmee! It’s a very quaint, Disney-esque area that really has a great Disney vibe while still being a short drive away from the theme parks and downtown Orlando!
And lastly, check out Disney Springs. It’s a short drive away from the parks and is an “outdoor entertainment, shopping, and dining center” that may be a great place to unwind when the day is over.
Disney Springs is home to AMAZING restaurants and TONS of stores but there’s plenty of things you NEVER KNEW about Walt Disney World’s shopping and dining destination. Today we join Molly for a tour of all those little things you might miss and the snacks you absolutely must get!
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It is day two on the Disney Wonder and we are out and about and exploring the ship. We start in the beautiful atrium all decorated for Christmas and then walk into areas that we had not been to before. We try our hand at trivia in the Crown & Fin Pub… twice and didn’t do too bad… but surely didn’t win! This is a beautiful ship and this is going to be a fantastic cruise!
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Aquí les comparto el audio que me envió ayer Rosa Trinidad quien es una antigua compañera de trabajo de los años 90s, la cual me contacto a raíz de ver mi página en las redes y a quien el día de ayer 5 de Abril 2019 le fue aprobada su visa a Estados Unidos y se escucha muy felíz. Cuando retire su pasaporte con la visa, me tomaré una foto con ella para que sea compartida con los seguidores de la página.
WHAT KIND OF INFORMATION IS NEEDED TO COMPLETE THE ESTA APPLICATION?
You should have all of the below information ready when starting the ESTA application:
Full name and date of birth
Passport information (passport number, country of issue, expiry date)
Credit card information (card number, expiry date, CVV)
Do I ever need to re-apply for a travel authorization?
You may consider submitting a new application if any of this is true in your situation:
My passport has expired, and I have received a new passport
I have changed my legal name
I have changed my legal gender
I have changed my citizenship
My life circumstances have changed in a way that would make any of your previous ‘yes’ or ‘no’ responses to ESTA questions no longer applicable
Your previous ESTA authorization expires, either because your passport has expired or because two years have elapsed since your authorization was granted
WHAT IS A TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION FOR THE UNITED STATES?
The United States developed an electronic travel authorization system for its Visa Waiver Program (VWP). The ESTA system ensures that visa-free travel is more secure and allows nationals of countries that participate in the VWP to obtain their travel authorization online.
Who may apply for ESTA?
If you plan to visit the United States as part of the VWP by air or by sea, you may apply for a travel authorization. All travelers who have not secured a visa (infants included) should obtain an authorization before traveling to the United States. You may apply by utilizing a third party on any traveler’s behalf to obtain the ESTA.
Is a Visa and the ESTA the same thing?
The ESTA authorization is not a visa. It is a pre-clearance to travel under the VWP, which is designed to allow travelers to bypass the time-consuming visa process. The ESTA authorization is not equivalent to a United States visa by any means, and cannot be substituted for a visa in situations where a visa for travel is required. You do not need an ESTA if you already possess a valid visa.
Can I apply for an ESTA without access to the Internet?
ESTA is an online system, and Internet access is needed. However, travelers without Internet access can engage a third party (a service agent, travel agent, relative, or friend) to submit their ESTA application on their behalf. No matter the case, you are still the legally responsible party for any answers submitted on your behalf
WHAT IS THE ESTA APPLICATION PROCESS TO OBTAIN A US TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION?
Step 1 is to complete an ESTA application.
Go to the ESTA website and fill out the application provided with the required information: The list above as well as your current travel arrangements, your credit card information, and all the security questions. An application must be submitted for all members of your party who do not have a visa. This includes minors.
Make payment for the ESTA Application Fee.
Make a payment for utilizing our review and processing services of $89.00 USD. The cost includes the mandatory US government fee of $4.00 USD processing fee (that is outlined in the Travel Promotion Act, 2009), and $10.00 USD if your application goes through successfully and is approved.
Receive your ESTA by e-mail.
You will normally receive your ESTA travel authorization within a few hours. However, the reviewing, and the processing of an application may take longer. In this case, you can expect your travel authorization emailed to you within at least 72 hours.
You can only receive one of three total application statuses:
Approved. The system will provide a printable PDF document of your approval and a receipt for your payment card records, and you are authorized to travel under the Visa Waiver Program. However, an ESTA authorization does not guarantee admission to the U.S. A Customs and Border Protection officer will inspect you before entering the U.S., who will determine your eligibility to enter the United States.
Not Authorized. In this case, you have not been authorized to utilize the Visa Waiver Program to travel to the United States. This is not a denial of entry into the United States, or that you cannot travel to the U.S., but simply that you are not eligible for the Visa Waiver Program. You may visit the U.S. Embassy to discuss how to obtain a visa.
Pending. If your status is “Pending”, it means that an immediate determination cannot be made by the system, and your travel authorization is under further review. In this case, you will receive the necessary information to check your application status after 72 hours.
DO I HAVE TO BRING A PAPER PRINTOUT OF MY TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION TO THE AIRPORT?
You are not required to bring a paper printout of your ESTA status with you on your trip. The DHS will have an electronic record of your authorization. However, it is recommended that you have your printout available if any questions should arise during your trip.
Hola from the Frog Pond! We’re so ~hoppy~ to share the third video in our Making the Magic Affordable at Walt Disney World series! This video explains Walt Disney Resort dining options, including when to make reservations, and provides tips for eating at Disney World on a budget. Plus, you can see a bunch of the tasty foods and treats you’ll find at the resort! (We’re getting hungry just thinking about them!)
1. Let’s start with the most important question when it comes to eating at Disney World on a budget: What do you want to eat? There are a lot of ~toadally~ amazing places to eat at Disney World like Casey’s Corner at Magic Kingdom and Woody’s Lunch Box at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The quick-service restaurants at the parks and hotels offer counter ordering and pre-packaged options (1:02) for frog families on the go.
Keep in mind: Portion sizes tend to be on the larger side, and two people can often share one full-size dish (0:58).
Frog Family Tip: You can use mobile ordering at quick-service restaurants with the My Disney Experience app to save time (1:07)!
The theme parks aren’t all fast food — Disney World offers some incredible dining experiences — table-service restaurants, fine dining and character meals (our favorite)! The entire family can eat with their favorite characters at Chef Mickey’s at Disney’s Contemporary Resort (1:15) or at Be Our Guest Restaurant, modeled after Beast’s Castle, at Magic Kingdom (1:21).
2. If you don’t want to just eat fast food on vacation, you need to make dining reservations. While they aren’t required, they are ~highly~ recommended for any table-service meal, especially if you are going with a large group. For table-service restaurants and character dining experiences, you can make reservations through the My Disney Experience site or app. Reservations open 180 days in advance, and we recommend making yours as early as possible (1:35)! The most popular restaurants book fast!
Frog Family Tip: Stay on-site for first dibs on dining reservations! Disney Resort hotel guests can book their reservations 180 days in advance of check-in for their entire trip (1:37).
3. Last, here are some tips to save money and eat at Disney World on a budget (1:44). (We frogs love saving some green!)
To keep food costs down, budget for how many table-service meals you plan to eat (1:51).
Eat breakfast in your hotel room. This way, you save money and hit the rides as soon as the parks open (2:00)!
Don’t let the cost of sodas or other drinks eat into your budget! You can bring your own snacks and refillable water bottles into the parks (2:11).
Keep in mind: All rooms include mini-fridges (1:56), so you can have groceries, or even Amazon, delivered to your hotel room!
Don’t ~froget~ to make your dining decisions in advance; waiting until your tadpoles are hungry could lead to a meltdown.
Now that we’ve given you all of our ~hopful~ tips on all things eating at Disney World on a budget, let us know how else we can help you plan your next vacation while keeping the magic affordable!
We frogs have tons of tools to help plan your next Disney World trip, check out some of our dining-related blog posts here: