Aloha Ohana, today Lee rides all of the NEW Disney Skyliner lines and gives you all the info you need to know! Was it good, was it bad…was it a fail?!?!?! Ride times, Scooter/wheelchair access and some amazing views of Walt Disney World’s newest Transportation system! We are the one stop shop for details so follow along!!!
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Everything you want and need to know about The Disney Skyliner for your upcoming WDW vacation! We cover Walt DisneyWorld’s Exciting New Transportation System in detail on today’s episode of Mouse Street TV!
Do you have questions regarding the Disney Skyliner such as – How fast will it travel? Does it have Air Conditioning? Is it for Resort Guest Only? Can I take a stroller or wheelchair on board? All these questions and more that will be covered on this special Walt DisneyWorld Skyliner episode!
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This is a bit of my insight about visiting Disney World parks in Orlando Florida. After visiting Disney Animal Kingdom yesterday and Hollywood Studios today along with having been to Magic Kingdom before, I atleast wanted to share some more up to date tips about Disney tickets and lines to get on the Disney rides. I hope this may help give some of you perspective on visiting Disney parks in Orlando.
Island Hopper TV is a travel resource for adventure seekers looking to discover many destinations across the planet. Having been encouraged to explore the world outside of the United States I have traveled many places solo and through Island Hopper TV I share the experience.
The opening of Galaxy’s Edge in Walt Disney World is fast approaching! Do you need a reservation? How much money should you bring? And how can you be the pilot? We’ve got all the details for you, today on DFB Guide!
What in the World? is the channel where we discuss all the Walt Disney World news from the last 7 days. We talk about all the park news, Disney springs, ongoing construction and rumors in our weekly roundup.
Planning your first trip to Disney World can leave you overwhelmed and confused.
That’s why I’m sharing the best Disney World tips for first timers from a bunch of Disney World pros in this post!
Disney World is twice the size of Manhattan, contains four huge theme parks, two water parks, 25 resorts, and a gargantuan shopping and dining venue. There is no way humanly possible to see it all in a one or even two-week vacation.
I hope I’m driving the point home that since there is no way to see it all, please don’t try. Trying to do too much is the #1 way people ruin their Disney vacation.
But rest assured – almost everything is amazing at Disney World. You will have to make choices during your vacation about what is most important for your family, but no matter what you choose, you will be surprised and delighted.