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Liberty Tree Tavern Dinner Review

Liberty Tree Tavern is a table service restaurant in Magic Kingdom's Liberty Square.  If you aren't specifically looking for it, it can be easy to pass by as it so perfectly blends in with the atmosphere of the land.  Liberty Tree Tavern serves a family-style feast which reminds many of a traditional Thanksgiving dinner.  Our party of 8 dined here to celebrate a birthday and had a wonderful time! 

The inside of the restaurant has a cozy home-like feeling which goes wonderfully with the comfort food they serve. There's a nice waiting area inside with tables and coloring pages (pre-social distancing) for kids if your table isn't ready when you arrive.  With the social distancing in place, there are large dots on the ground for your party to claim and wait in your own space. 


The meal starts with a wonderful salad that everyone in our party enjoyed. The Declaration Salad is a simple tossed mixed greens with a house-made dressing.  There are also some delicious dinner rol…

Agent Spotlight- Gerry

Get to know Gerry in this week's Agent Spotlight!
Name:​ Gerry Gannon
Kingdom Konsultant Travel Beyond the Kingdom Travel
Find me on… Instagram @vacationsbygerry Facebook @vacationsbygerry Twitter @gerrytravelpage
I specialize in…WDW, Disney Cruise, Universal Orlando
Where do you call home? Glenolden, PA
What was your dream job when you were 10 years old? Chef in my own restaurant
Why did you become a travel agent? To help others plan out their vacations and offer insights that I have gained throughout my life
Favorite vacation destination? Someplace with white sand beach.
This or that: Walt Disney World or Disneyland. WDWMonorail or Skyliner. SkylinerRope drop or close down the park BothFlower and Garden or Food and Wine FnW Disney Favorites: Park: Magic KingdomDisney Resort: ​Coronado SpringsDisney attraction: Rise of the ResistanceDisney restaurant: 'OhanaNighttime spectacular: original Illuminations Earliest Disney vacation memory? 1976 Parade
Disney experience that brings tears…

Guide to Disney Castaway Cay

Castaway Cay is reserved exclusively for Disney Cruise Line guests on Bahamian and Caribbean cruises. The island is truly a paradise! Whether you want to just sit back and relax or snorkel and parasail, the island has something for everyone. There are areas for the whole family as well as areas reserved specifically for children, teens, and adults 18 years and older. 
The night before your arrival to Castaway Cay, you should receive a map of the island in your stateroom. If you've never been before, take a quick look at the map before arriving, but don't worry about memorizing anything—there will be plenty of signage throughout the island. Now, let's begin our tour!

After disembarking on Castaway Cay, you can grab some beach towels and make your way through the Arrival Plaza to this island paradise. 
One of the first buildings you pass on the island is the Post Office. This is a fun place to mail yourself or friends a postcard or letter from the island. It's a nice little…