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Disney MagicMobile Service

Disney is constantly coming out with new technology to enhance the guest experience at the Walt Disney World Resort. Disney MagicMobile Pass is one of the enhancements that provides guests with a convenient and contactless way to enter the theme parks, link Disney PhotoPass images to your account, check in at virtual queue and Lightning Lane entrances, and charge food and merchandise purchases to the payment card on file at your Disney Resort hotel room through an eligible iPhone, Apple Watch or Android phone!  What is the MagicMobile Pass, you ask? It's an easy-to-use pass on your smart device that is linked to your My Disney Experience account. You can create a customized digital pass through the My Disney Experience app and then add it to the Wallet app on an iPhone, Apple Watch or the digital wallet on an Android phone.  You can choose from several Disney-themed designs. There are designs themed for each theme park, Mickey Mouse and the rest of the Fab Five, holidays, veterans

Packing List for your Walt Disney World Vacation

Packing for your Walt Disney World vacation can be an overwhelming experience. We've put together a packing list to help reduce stress as you prepare to travel to the Most Magical Place on Earth. The list includes basic items like extra socks and comfortable shoes, to some of those items you may not think you need but will be happy you packed! The purpose of this list is to provide you with an idea of items to pack and is certainly not intended to be a comprehensive list of everything you must pack for your Walt Disney World vacation. Don't feel the need to pack everything listed here but simply use it as a guide when you begin packing. Essential Items Backpack/Park Bag -  Unless you're a Disney "passenger princess" on your vacations, you'll most likely need to bring some items into the theme parks for your travel party. If you are going to bring a backpack or park bag, make sure it's a small bag as smaller bags are easier to bring on attractions and you

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar

I love a restaurant with a good theme and if you ask me, Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar has a great theme! This dive bar is set in a 1940s style airplane hangar and has a great backstory. You might be thinking "Jock Lindsey...that name sounds familiar." Fans of a little movie called Raiders of the Lost Ark will recognize Jock Lindsey as the sidekick and pilot to none other than Indiana Jones. As shared on the  official page  for the restaurant, the backstory of Jock Lindsey's is as follows: The two globetrotters (Lindsey and Jones) stumbled on Disney Springs in 1938 while chasing down a mythology-based tip in central Florida. Attracted to the town's natural springs and lush terrain, Jock bought some waterfront property and eventually settled down, piloting seaplane tours across the Sunshine State. Jock eventually built an airplane hangar, air tower and runway, and invited fellow members of The Society of Explorers and Adventurers to pay him a visit. His home base soon

Lightning Lane at Walt Disney World Resort FAQ

Disney has announced that Lightning Lane Multi Pass will be replacing the Disney Genie+ service at the Walt Disney World Resort. Disney has revamped and evolved the Disney Genie+ service based on Guest feedback asking for more advance planning so you aren't spending your entire vacation on your phone.  You may find yourself asking, what does that mean?! We are here to help! We've compiled some initial answers to frequently asked questions about the Lightning Lane Multi Pass and Lightning Lane Single Pass to keep you informed on all the changes. We review what's changed, how to book, when to book, attractions and more. The changes go into effect on July 24, 2024, so we have some time to get ready for this change together.  What's New How do the new Lightning Lane passes differ from the Disney Genie+ service and Individual Lightning Lane entry? Lightning Lane Multi Pass will replace Disney Genie+ service and Lightning Lane Single Pass will replace Individual Lightning La

EPCOT Must-Do Experiences for a First Time Visitor!

One of Walt's biggest dreams for his Florida Project was the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow, also known as EPCOT.  Here, dreams of the future have taken place and come true since it's opening day of October 1, 1982. Now, over 40 years later, EPCOT is still delighting guests with its unique experiences and attractions. Everyone who visits will find something they love, whether it be a high-speed attraction in World Celebration or a stroll through the countries in World Showcase. Today, I want to shed some light on must-dos for guests visiting EPCOT for the first time! Travel in Time When you hear the name EPCOT, chances are the image of a giant, silver geodesic sphere come to mind. While many people refer to it as the giant golf ball, Spaceship Earth is the park's icon, and does it ever make itself present! Standing tall and proud at the front of the park, it's unmissable. Some people are surprised to find out that there is actually a ride inside of

eet by Maneet Chauhan

  eet by Maneet Chauhan recently opened at the Disney Springs Marketplace and is the only Indian-inspired restaurant at Disney Springs. Maneet joins the ranks of celebrity chefs with restaurants at Disney Springs, and you may recognize her from various Food Network shows, including being the only two-time Tournament of Champions winner.  This quick-service establishment offers traditional flavor with modern flair and has shareables such as eet Bread Service with Pimento Whipped Paneer and entrees ranging from naan bread pizzas, salads and build your own bowls, and kids meals and dessert offerings. There are also beverage selections, with great happy hour specials if you catch it! Entree prices range from about $17-$24 and we found the portions and quality worth the price.  The restaurant greets you with bright colors and a welcoming atmosphere and service. There are pre-mixed beverages and a fun selection of drinks by the can as well as fountain beverages. You order at the counter and