We’re at Disney World every single day, and well, we’ve seen some things…
If you know us, you know we love Disney snacks. Can you blame us?
We stay on the hunt for the yummiest Disney bites and we’re even pitting our favorites up against one another in the Disney Snack Bracket RIGHT NOW! Today, we spotted an exciting and unexpected new snack in Magic Kingdom and it just might help us forget that the Spring Roll Cart is closed… . Emphasis on MIGHT.
Recently, we’ve noticed a LOT of rides in Disney World going down for long periods of time.
Whether this is a few hours, a whole day, or about a year (we’re looking at you PeopleMover!!!), these closures totally affect your day in Disney World. And during our visit to Magic Kingdom today, we noticed that a classic Disney boat ride was down!
It’s been a busy and rainy day, but that doesn’t stop us from just taking time to enjoy everything at the parks so that we can get tons of photos and videos to share with you. Because it’s just not the same if we can’t bring y’all along with us!
Walt Disney World has been open for nearly 50 years now!
After 50 years, things can wear down and need to get replaced or touched up. Recently, we’ve seen several attraction refurbishments and paint jobs getting done around the parks. One such replacement happened over at Pirates of the Caribbean.
We come to you with a tale today — one of love, loss, reunion, loss again, and REUNION AGAIN. If you’ve been around DFB for the past year or so, you know that we have a total love affair with Magic Kingdom’s Kakamora Float at Aloha Isle.
This float debuted for the 2019 Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and we were SO delighted when it stuck around. It’s disappeared a few times, due to the park closures and once to make room for 2020’s holiday float. But we’re starting 2021 STRONG with the return of the Kakamora Float!
Each land in Magic Kingdom has something special to offer.
We love the futuristic feel of Tomorrowland, Adventureland gives us our Dole Whip fix, and Fantasyland just screams “classic” Disney. Liberty Square is home to our favorite happy haunts and delicious Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake from Liberty Tree Tavern, and we love plummeting down Splash Mountain in Frontierland. Plus, Main Street just makes us feel like we’re at home. It’s hard to imagine Magic Kingdom without each of these iconic lands…but we asked you to do just that!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year here at Disney World! And today, we’re spending the day at Magic Kingdom!
So strap on your comfiest walking shoes because we’re taking you with us!