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Disney Food Blog Launches ‘DFB Guide to the Walt Disney World Holidays 2016′ E-book

By Traci

If you're making plans to visit the Walt Disney World Resort this holiday season you'll want to check out the latest e-book from our friends at the Disney Food Blog. The all-new DFB Guide to the Walt Disney World Holidays 2016 e-book was recently published and it features everything you need to know about celebrating the holiday season at Disney World. The... »

My Disney Experience App Updated with ‘Get Directions’ Feature

By Traci

The My Disney Experience app is even more useful than before thanks to an all-new update that allows users to get directions to attractions and more in the Walt Disney World theme parks. Guests can now find directions simply by typing in the location they want to visit and the location where they are currently located. The app displays the route... »

Disney Food Blog Launches ‘DFB Guide to the 2016 Epcot Food and Wine Festival’ E-book

By Traci

It's time to start planning your visit to the 2016 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival and our friends at the Disney Food Blog have published the only planning tool you need - the DFB Guide to the 2016 Epcot Food and Wine Festival ebook! This fully-updated, full color ebook features more than 250 pages of information, photos, and more to... »

Plan for Your Holiday Trip with the ‘DFB Guide to the Walt Disney World Holidays 2015′ E-book

By Traci

Just in time to plan your holiday visit to the Walt Disney World Resort the Disney Food Blog has announced the grand launch of the DFB Guide to the Walt Disney World Holidays 2015 e-book! This fully updated e-book features more than 330 pages of information about the holidays at the Walt Disney World Resort including more than 300 color photos... »

Disney Food Blog Announces the ‘DFB Guide to Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios Snacks’ e-book

By Traci

The Disney Food Blog has recently announced the grand launch of the DFB Guide to Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios Snacks e-book! This completely updated guide features more than 340 pages of tempting snacks, and it part of the DFB Guide Snacks Series! The DFB Guide to Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios Snacks e-book is an instantly-downloadable PDF that can be viewed... »

The Disney Food Blog Launches the ‘DFB Guide to the Walt Disney World Holidays 2014′ E-book

By Traci

Just in time for your Walt Disney World holiday vacation plans, the Disney Food Blog has announced the launch of the 'DFB Guide to the Walt Disney World Holidays 2014' e-book! The full-color books features 310 pages of everything you need to know about the holiday season at Walt Disney World. Inside the e-book you'll find more than 250 color photos of... »

Disney Releases 2015 Dining Plan Information

By Traci

Just in time to start planning your 2015 Walt Disney World vacation, Disney has announced the information for the dining plans. The 2015 Disney Dining Plans include a new quick service location - Starbucks at Downtown Disney's West Side - and a new table service location, Las Ventanas at the Coronado Springs Resort. Guests who choose to dine at Cinderella's Royal Table... »

Fall Room Discount Announced for Walt Disney World Resort Hotels

By Traci

Fall is a great time to visit the Walt Disney World Resort. Not only are the crowd levels lower, but special events including the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival and Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party add to the magic. Guests who book their vacation at Walt Disney World for trips between August 16 and October 3 can save up to 30 percent... »

Disney Food Blog Announces Release of the ‘DFB Guide to Epcot Snacks’ e-book 2014 Edition

By Traci

The Disney Food Blog has announced the release of The DFB Guide to Epcot Snacks e-book, 2014 edition! The DFB Guide to Epcot Snacks e-book features more than 290 pages of information, advice, and photos to help you get the most out of your snacking experience at Epcot. The e-book also includes photos of more than 250 snacks at Epcot, current pricing... »

Epcot’s International Gateway – A Quiet and Less Hectic Entrance to the Theme Park

By Traci

Guests visiting Epcot have more than one way to get into the theme park. Tucked away in the back of the park between France and the United Kingdom is the International Gateway, a secondary entrance and exit for the park. The International Gateway opened in 1990 just before Disney’s Swan Hotel opened and was planned so guests of the soon-to-be opened Epcot... »