Monday, 19 March 2012

Disney and Marvel...a match made in Stark Industries?

Disney Chief Executive Bob Iger told shareholders attending the annual meeting Tuesday in Kansas City, Mo., that the company has done preliminary design work that will one day lead to Marvel superheroes appearing in the theme parks along with Disney's other familiar characters.

Already I can see this splitting the Disney Community right down the middle, and I’m probably more on the ‘against’ side of the fence with this one! I can’t see Mickey Mouse getting all pally with The Hulk for a Tower of Terror photo-op, can you?

"We haven't announced anything yet," Iger said. "But we're working on some concepts."

Concepts? To me that translates to ‘lands’ and ‘areas’ within the parks dedicated to the theme, think Avatar Land coming to Animal Kingdom, or the somewhat shelved ‘Pixar Land’ in Hollywood Studios. Does Disney need Marvel? Personally, I think this is more about putting a spanner in Universals works than offering something to us, the guests. With Disney getting the rights to using Marvel characters, Universal will not be able to update their own Superhero land over at Islands of Adventure. They might be plowing ahead with Harry Potter expansions (I will admit I am excited about this!) but that then leaves an area of the park almost un-upgradeable. Tumbleweeds come to mind. They still hold some 10 year contracts for their parks in Japan, and the rights to the newest Spiderman upgrade.

Why Disney? Why Marvel? I can only see these characters being placed in Hollywood Studios, which OK, is craving more than a spit shine at the minute, but they have so many ‘homegrown’ characters that could, and should, be introduced into this area, bringing with them a whole host of merchandise, ride possibilities and more. They plan to use Disney and Marvel characters hand in hand, but that sounds more like some disturbingly twisted fan fiction, than a recipe for success.

Take Pixar for example, with the impending success of Cars Land over in California, I’d have thought by now Disney would realize how much we love Pixar and how much more of it we’d like to see in the parks. Whatever happened to the Monsters Inc ride that has been talked about since pre Toy Story Mania? The new Muppets film has been such a success, they could completely overhaul the Muppets area of Hollywood Studios, possible finally incorporating some of what Jim Henson originally planned for, and then some! When will Carls’ house (UP!) land somewhere in the vicinity? Camp Rock? High School Musical (OK, that got its chance and had a good run but I would happily have it back!). How about upgrading the Great Movie Ride (finally!) to include scenes from all those awesome films in the final video? Some new displays in the lobby would not go amiss either! So many areas of the park need a little love and attention, but I don’t think this is the way to go.

I honestly think Hollywood Studios gives Disney prime chance and opportunity to showcase its films, past, present and future, allowing lesser represented characters a chance to step out of the parade and interact with guests. The idea of old Hollywood does not call for Thor or Iron Man to make an appearance (Though I would possible grudgingly accept Iron Man over in Epcot *grumble*). I understand that Hollywood Studios is about just that, about Hollywood, movies, stars, the journeys they take us on, and although I’ve quite enjoyed many Marvel films, I can’t see them needing representation in Disney parks. Disney will do what Disney do best, they will wave their wand and create something amazing, no questions about it, but being amazing doesn’t always mean it will be what’s actually needed.

It’s a long way off, they bought the rights in around 2009 but this is the first real mention of anything happening behind the scenes. Avatar Land is the focus now, with the first attraction set for 2015. I am still not completely sold on this idea either, I would rather they go back to their original Beastly Kingdom concept.

There’s not much about Disney that annoys me, but the Marvel and Avatar business? That is frustrating. Most of what they are doing, they planned on doing a long time ago, but with their own characters etc, in their own way. They are Disney, they do not need to go around buying up other entertainments to make it work, they do well enough on their own. Always have and always will.

How do you feel about this venture?

Until next time,

Thursday, 15 March 2012

It's all about the timing!

Inspiried by the recent post over at 'Disney Lovin Spectrum Mom' I thought I’d take a look at my own trip time line and look at the pros and cons of each one with regards to weather, crowds, events etc.

Timing your trip to suit your family and budget is really important, there have been several occasions when first timers have told me they have thought about booking for Christmas week or during March (both of which even the most seasoned guests find difficult!) and I’ve done everything in my power to change their mind. Sometimes it’s not easy, work holidays, annual leave, schools and exams etc, you’ve got to work with what you’ve got.

Hopefully this will give you a little first hand insight into the times of year I’ve visited Walt Disney World, and eventually I will get around to providing you with more information on the rest of the calendar year!

Away we go!


  • Pros – Once you get New Years out of the way, you practically have the park to yourself for those first 2 weeks or so of the month. New Years Day in fact, Magic Kingdom was deserted until around . The weather was mild, though still warm enough to splash about in the water parks! The Christmas decorations are also still up for the first few days around the resorts and a little longer in the parks.

  • Cons – If you love immense heat, sunshine and humidity you won’t get it this time of year!

  • Be sure to pack – some sort of jacket, or thin hoodie as the nights can get a little cooler.


  • Pros – Brilliant weather, a real taste of Florida sunshine. The likes of Busch Gardens, Sea World, Universal etc we had almost to ourselves (Busch was a real ghost town, we didn’t queue for anything all day!). Schools on both sides of the pond are still in session during the first few weeks, keeping crowd levels down and prices reasonable.

  • Cons – I can’t comment on the Disney parks! I didn’t go inside them this trip, but that’s another story for another post!. If you don’t like heat you’re going to be uncomfortable, the humidity in the afternoon can be stifling. We also had a lot of rain and thunder storms in the evenings.  

  • Be sure to pack – Mini fan and a poncho, you’ll spend a fortune on them if you buy after arriving!


  • Pros – We got a great price for a 2 bedroom villa at Saratoga Springs Resort (we are not DVC members) and we also got the dining plan.

  • Cons – Towards the middle to end of the month the kids are getting ready to go back to school so you might find a sudden surge of last minute holiday makers! Next to late December, this has probably been the busiest time of year we’ve gone to Walt Disney World. Longer lines and intense humidity made for some uncomfortable days. Most days we had torrential rain at some point, be it for 5 minutes in the afternoon or early into late evening and lasting all night. We also had some incredible thunder and lightning storms!

  • Be sure to pack –Ponchos! We spent a fortune on them in the parks, having to get them out and use them so often, they didn’t last more than 2 or 3 days, and at $10 a go for a party of 4 it soon all added up!


  • Pros – Great prices for a start, all the kids are starting to go back to school, summer holidays are officially over and crowd levels are dropping. Later in the month you’ll be coming out of the ‘rainy season’ so showers are few and far between and there is a decrease in humidity. It’s warm early on, comfortable during the day and warm into late evening but not in a clammy.  

  • Cons –  If you go during the earlier part of the month it’ll be pretty hot and pretty humid, with plenty of storms towards the early to middle of the month.

  • Be sure to pack – A Halloween costume! Mickeys Not So Scary Halloween party officially kicks off in September!

2002, 2005,

  • Pros – This has to be one of my all time favourite times of year to visit Walt Disney World (and not just because it’s my birthday!) Early in the morning, you step out of your resort and a lovely heat hits you, not the intense humid kind, more like a comforting spreading of warmth which lasts all day and well into the evening. It hardly rains and crowds are at one of their lowest points! Mickeys Not So Scary Halloween Party is in full swing for the duration of the month, as is Epcots Food and Wine festival!

  • Cons – Over the last few years I’ve noticed the price for October creeping up, Disney have obviously realised what a great time of year it is to visit! Try and avoid Columbus Day too as the prices and crowds sky rocket!

  • Be sure to pack – Some bigger shorts if you decide to indulge at the Food and Wine festival!


  • Pros – Early November is a very quiet time of year. The parks are starting to get ready for Christmas with most of the decorations up by the end of the first week in the parks. Perfect if you want to experience some Christmas magic whilst avoiding the late December prices! The weather is sunny but extremely mild, great for those who want to avoid intense heat, and it doesn’t rain much either!

  • Cons – Veterans Day is busy so try and avoid it if you can! It takes a while to warm up too, most days it didn’t get warm until mid afternoon and by around it was already starting to cool down. Evenings are pretty chilly.

  • Be sure to pack – Jeans and a light jacket or cardigan, especially for the evening!


  • Pros – We didn’t arrive until after Christmas day but the feeling and buzz around Walt Disney World was fantastic! All the decorations are still up, as well as Mickeys Very Merry Christmas Parade (finishes just before Christmas Day) and the Candlelight Processional still showing. The days are getting cooler, the mornings and evening chillier.

  • Cons – The run up to Christmas and Christmas week are chaotic as well as hard on the budget! It will settle for a day or so after Christmas day, then the New Years Eve crowds come in. We found Magic Kingdom at capacity before , and Epcot hitting capacity early afternoon.

  • Be sure to pack – A thicker sweat top! Evenings can be especially chilly.

There you have it, just a few quick thoughts from past experiences and things I’ve heard out and about. As you can probably tell, we much prefer the second half of the year for it’s weather, crowd levels, pricing and overall experience!

Hopefully I’ll be able to go more in-depth about each specific month at some point, here at Saloca in Wonderland!

When’s your favourite time to visit Walt Disney World?

Until next time,

Tuesday, 13 March 2012

P is for Progress

The Disney Parks blog made an interesting announcement today… ‘Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure’ will be coming to Epcot this summer!

Another interactive, in-park adventure game, very similar (if not exactly the same) to the ‘Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure’, guests will assist Agent P is stopping the evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz using ‘high tech’ gadgets to solve puzzles and retrieve clues as they travel around World Showcase on missions. Sound familiar?

I imagine they’re going to upgrade on the tech already used for Kim Possible, possible incorporating much of what they have learnt during the creation of ‘Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom’, fancy interactive screens, RFID technology etc. When this comes about, it could be the soft opening for Agent P and the quiet closure of Kim Possible. Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure has been in operation since January 2009, the first of the in-park adventure experiences. A hit to begin with, and for some time, this past November I saw many guests taking on the missions and darting around World Showcase with their game devices. I was under the impression it was still a crowd pleaser!
Disneys’ Phineas & Ferb tv show, however, is definatly reaching a bigger audience, in-fact, I’m not even sure if they actually make new Kim Possible episodes anymore! Merchandise wise, especially over here in the UK, our Disney Stores carry Phineas & Ferb products but nothing of note on Kim Possible. I can’t remember the last time I saw Kim Possible merchandise in the parks either. You can usually tell a shows popularity by the amount of merchandise available, and if Disney are keen on making more Phineas & Ferb episodes, then Agent Ps World Showcase Adventure is sure to be popular. That, coupled with updated technology is sure to pull people away from the Kim Possible attraction.

It’s all speculation of course (for now) on the demise of Kim Possible, but this definatly sounds like they are gearing up for a replacement, especially as Agent P’s adventures are set to take you in the same pavilions as Kim Possible. The Kim Possible attraction has never really appealed to me so I’ve yet to give it a go, and after the launch of Agent P in the summer, I might have missed my chance!

Disney is all about progress and I think Kim Possible has finally fallen under the progress steamroller!


Until next time,

Saturday, 10 March 2012

Dishing it out!

"When dining out do the restaurants object if you want to share a meal? We've got a 6 yr old and she'll happily have some of ours, (especially if the portions are big). We also have a 10 yr old, and the same could apply"(source)

 Portions over in the USA are definatly bigger than what we're used to over here in the UK, so it's not uncommon to find a few over stuffed brits abroad struggling with the portions! I even find that some of the kids meal portions are a little on the large side too!

Disney are very open to the idea of meal sharing. Of course, they don't advertise it, they'd much rather you buy 4 full meals and leave leftovers than only buy 2. Here are a few tips on meal sharing to lighten up your lunches!
Some things are too good to share!

  1. Plate up! - Sit down locations will give you any additional plates you need. This makes sharing a meal less 'obvious' as everyone can have theie own plate with their own share of the food on. Your servers will not question four people ordering two mains and two extra plates.
  2. Double the bun! - I find burgers in America to be delicious but heavy and stodgy so a great tip is to order an extra bun with your double bacon cheeseburger. You can put the second burger patti on the additional bun and share the fries and condiments. This makes for a lighter, yet still super tasty lunch!
  3. Grub to go! - If you have a substantial amount of left overs ask your server to box it up for you to take away. This will make a great supper or can be warmed up the next day for lunch. 
  4. Main starters! - If you, or another member of your party is just looking for something light, you can always order a starter as their main meal, just be sure to let you waiter know you want all meals ordered brought out at the same time! Sharing starters is also a great idea!
  5. Age? - There is no age limit on who can share a meal, so if your daughter is 3 or 30, you can still share a meal. However, if you are an adult ordering a meal from the kids menu, then you may be charged an 'adult' price (though how they work this out I'm not sure!)

Thursday, 8 March 2012

Top 5 Attraction Queuing Areas!

Top 5 Attraction Queuing Areas

Walt Disney World was the first theme park I ever went to that turned their queuing areas into a part of the ride itself. You don’t feel like a herd of cattle being funneled through chain linked sections, you can actually have fun whilst you wait minutes, sometimes close to hours to get on a ride! (OK, so maybe there’s only so much fun you can have in a 120 minute queue!)

You see, the people who work at Disney, the ImaginEars, they’re a clever bunch. Daunted you may be by the 120-minute wait for Soarin, they know that if they can entertain you (and the little ones!) for that duration, you won’t get frustrated or stressed out (OK, some people might!). I’ve lost count of the number of times other guest and even I, have been so distracted by whatever is on display in the queue area, we’ve failed to move a long the line and had to do the ‘queue jog’ to catch up!

Without further ado, here are my top 5 favorite attraction queues!

1.  Expedition Everest
Did you know the nails you see holding up pictures and various other objects are actually from Tibet? There’s a little authenticity for you! The Yeti Museum is an attraction in itself, with many of its displays rooted in fact and mythology of the infamous Yeti. The ‘Lost Expedition’ display is chillingly realistic, with its images and demolished camp gear, you really feel as though danger could lie ahead on your journey through the mountain. It’s easy to become absorbed in the cultural lessons and interesting facts as you wander around glass cabinets. Be sure to read the material on the walls too, it builds a great story about the ‘people’ who have created the museum and the other expeditions.

2. Pirates of the Caribbean
From the minute you walk under the battlements you are in the underground world of Tortuga! Passing cannons, cells, storage and more, the dark atmosphere really starts to set the scene. You can imagine what it would feel like to be the wanted Capt. Jack, ducking and diving through to escape the East India Trading Company. I also love the ambiance of the loading area, your feel as though you are being smuggled into (or out of) Tortuga!

3. Haunted Mansion
You knew this would make the list right? Especially since the re-imaginearing of the queuing area in 2011. You have the option to skip the interactive queuing area but you have to at least try it once! It’s more like an interactive playground than a queuing area! From ghostly musical instruments to haunted book shelves and interactive tombs, there’s something for everyone. But wait, there’s more! The infamous stretching room makes you feel as though you are already on the ride before you’ve even stepped aboard your doom buggy!

4. Tower of Terror
All the glitz and glamour of old Hollywood covered in decades of dust and cobwebs, it still gives off the feeling of grandeur and vintage elegance as you enter the lobby. It’s all the little touches here that I love, a half finished chess game, abandoned afternoon tea, mail behind the concierge desk never to be delivered. It’s as though one day everyone stopped what they were doing, got up and left. In one way it feels eerie and abandoned, yet in another still inhabited. The boiler room also gives us much to stop and investigate, especially the workers desks and the notes left littering it.

5. Spaceship Earth
Ok, it might not be as ‘story based’ as the above selections, but, where else can you really experience and appreciate the grandeur of the Epcot emblem? Where you can see each plate and groove that makes up the surface if the iconic symbol of all that Walt Disney himself was setting out to create with Epcot? Often I am willing others to look up from their park maps and turkey legs and really take in the immense size of the construction and think about what it stands for. I wonder do they even know why the surface is pointed and not smooth!

What ride queues make your top list?

Until next time,

Tuesday, 6 March 2012

Robert Sherman

Robert Sherman, 86, one of Disneys greatest musical legends has sadly passed away today. An unstoppable force in songwriting and the other half to The Shearman Brothers, he was respondible for bringing us infamous Disney Classics, such as Supercalifragilisticexpealodocious, and wnning an Oscar for Chim Chim cher-ee.

His son, Jeffrey Sherman announced this sad news to the world via Facebook this morning;

'My Dad, Robert B Sherman, passed away ... in London. He went peacefully after months of truly valiantly fending off death. He loved life and his dear heart finally slowed to a stop when he could fight no more.'

He has left behind an incredible legacy and music that will continue to inspire and be enjoyed for generations to come.

Thoughts and prayers go out to his family at this sad time.

19/12/25 - 6/3/12

Mary Poppns - 1964


Monday, 5 March 2012

My 'other' home!

For those of you who know me, or have already guessed by now, my favourite Walt Disney World Resort is Animal Kingdom Lodge, it really is my home away from home!

I've noticed around the web that a few other resorts have 'fan sites' dedicated to them but for a while now I've failed to find a really good one for Animal Kingdom Lodge...until now that is! For anyone who loves the resort like I do, has an upcoming first stay or are considering trying it out, you can really get a feel of it over at AKL! They have a fantastic, extensive gallery, a wonderful blog (which has given me some great topic ideas!) and best of all, they've actually managed to track down most of the music you hear playing around the resort! I can feel a new in-car CD coming on!

The blog seems to update on a semi-regular basis but I'm not too sure about the rest of the site, so I will keep an eye on it and see how it goes. They also have a great list of other resort fan sites.

Ceiling light fixture in Jambo House.

Sunday, 4 March 2012

The Future of Fastpass

There’s a lot of changes coming to Walt Disney World lately, from park expansions to ride closures, hotel openings, the introduction to RFID tech and much more, so of course, the FastPass system was not to be left untouched!

Over the last 12 months there have been some exciting additions, most notable the introduction of FastPasses being distributed to meet characters over at City Hall in Magic Kingdom, which I think is a great idea and I’d hope to see it rolled out further a field, especially during the peak season. (I think it would be a great addition over at Camp Mickey Minnie in Animal Kingdom for example!).

Next comes the reinforcement of FastPass times, which has caused some controversy across the Disney Community. Personally (and we’re all entitled to our own opinions here), I’m happy about this. FastPasses are available to all park guests, not just hotel guests and nobody has to pay any additional $$$ to use them. So I think it’s only fair that we all use them properly. From my experience, the majority of guests do head back during their allotted time but I’ve recently come to find that there are many guests who collect a whole bunch of FastPasses during the day, then use them to get on the rides hours after they have ‘expired’. I understand there are exceptions, we can’t always predict meltdowns or perfectly time naps, sometimes something just happens, but many of the people who do this don’t seem to have those excuses. Anyway (rant over!), the new rule is thus; ‘You have from 5 minutes before your due time, till 15 minutes after your allotted time to use the FastPass in question.’

During March 2012 Walt Disney World Cast Members will be handing out FastPasses to guests for the parades and fireworks in Magic Kingdom (I’ve not heard anything about the other parks yet) Guests with these FastPasses will meet at the Hub and be taken to a roped off viewing area. I can see the benefit of this, especially those on tight schedules or with small children, after all not everyone wants to camp out their spot 1 – 2 hours before the show starts (though it can be all part of the fun sometimes!) Its definatly something I’d like to try out, depending on the viewing section and how many guests they allow into it. I’ve yet to hear / see footage of the viewing areas so watch this space!

Making its way around the rumour mill is talk of the ‘xPass’. The idea is that so many months or weeks in advance to your trip, you can actually start selecting your ride FastPasses. For example, if you’re going to be in Epcot and want to ride Test Track around lunch time, you would log onto the designated website and select the time slot you’d like (e.g. 1.05pm – 2.05pm) and your done. You’ve pre-booked a FastPass time, much like you would make an advance dining reservation. For those of us who really really like planning to within an inch of our sanity, this is something we’ll be shouting from the roof tops about.

Q. Does it take away a guests ability to be spontaneous? No, there will always be a stand by line, an in-park FastPass distribution machine; this is just the next step.
 Q. Is it taking planning just a step too far? No, I think it’s great, especially if there are those in your group who only have a few favourite rides, or if you have young children.

It’s only a rumour but it is something I can see Disney implementing eventually! If the rumours are to be believed, we could see this coming to our Walt Disney World holidays as early as 2013.

How do you see the FastPass evolving in the future?

Until next time,

Saturday, 3 March 2012

Virtual Kingdoms!

When I'm away from Walt Disney World, you can guarantee that in my head I'm there! Skipping down Main Street, racing ahead on Test Track, plummeting on Tower of Terror, it's easy enough to re-create the images and feeling associated with all of this and more just by using my imagination. 

Of course, the real thing is always best, but I will settle for a substitute Kingdom when I need my 'Disney' fix. I have to now stop typing for a moment and give a very hearty round of applause to YouTube...*claps*...thank you! Through official Disney Parks videos, and peoples personal uploads, from reaction videos to daily video trip reports, I, and many others, can vicariously live out Disney trips through the virtual medium. 

So I thought I'd start sharing some of my favourites here with you and I'll be kicking this segment off with an official Disney Parks video I came across recently which had me smiling the who way through. It's cleverly shot, and as someone who has yet to experience Disney California, it gave me a great opportunity to look into some of the park similarities between both it and Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World!


Until next time,

Thursday, 1 March 2012

A healthy WDW holiday?

"So the last time we were at WDW, I got a heat stroke. This led to coming back to the hotel and having the chills non stop for 2 hours and eventually ended in getting the flu...all before the end of my trip...blah! Sooo my question is this; what do you do to make sure stuff like that doesn't happen to you?"  source

You’re on a magical Disney holiday, the last thing you want to be concerned about is getting your five portions of fruit and veg each day, 30 minutes cardiovascular exercise, 8+ pints of water and not over indulging on all the in-park snacks that taste so good yet you know are so bad for your health!

I hear you! It can be hard enough keeping up this routine at home, when I’m on holiday I want to relax, enjoy myself and indulge a little more than I know is good for me. However…keeping some semblance of a balanced, healthy lifestyle at Walt Disney World, in my opinion, is important. I’m not saying you should hit the resort gym every morning before heading out to your buffet breakfast which just happens to serve delicious doughnut middles at 7am…but there are a few small steps you can take to ensure that you don’t come back feeling less than refreshed!

On our 2010 Walt Disney World trip, I started to feel ill one afternoon. Nauseas, faint, just not right, it wasn’t fun at all! In the end, I headed back to the hotel and had to lie down. We had a reservation booked for Mickeys Backyard BBQ that night which I was just too ill to attend. After a few hours of sleeping and vomiting I finally started to pick up, but had still missed the reservation. The problem? I hadn’t taken enough fluids for a few days and it finally caught up with me, which resulted in missing out on practically a full day and a meal! Lesson well learnt!

Keeping healthy on a Walt Disney World holiday!

  • Water, water and more water. Learn from the story above and keep your fluid intake up (sorry this doesn’t include fluids from the ‘drinking around the world’ challenge at Epcot!) You need at least 8 pints of water on a normal day, so on a day spent racing around the parks, especially in the hotter months, you really need to up your water intake. It doesn’t have to cost you the earth either! Buy a refillable bottle and fill from the water fountains (some are much colder than others, you just have to find them!). Anywhere serving drinks will also provide you with a free cup of ice if you ask.

  • Feeling fruity? Almost all of the buffets, breakfast, lunch and dinner, all have fruit available, so stock up and get a few portions down you! Every park also has a few fruity snack stands with cold grapes, oranges, watermelon etc. To save some $$$, consider heading off site to a supermarket (Walmart, Publix etc) and buying bulk of your favorite fruits, they’ll keep for a few days in your in-room fridge (if you’ve got one!)

  • Keep fizzy and alcoholic drinks to a minimum. I try and only have them with meals, particularly the evening meals! Alcohol especially dehydrates you much faster, so have a glass of water in between each alcoholic beverage.

  • You’re already getting a lot of exercise walking around the parks all day, but never under estimate the benefits of a few lengths of the resort pool at night. Not only will this help burn off that extra Mickey waffle, it’s also great for stretching out tired limbs and relaxing your muscles.

  • Portion control – you don’t always have to clear your plate! Once your full, stop! If you’ve much left over on your plate, ask your server to box it up for you to take away! There’s no point stuffing yourself. Also, consider sharing portions if you are only feeling a little peckish! Ordering a double bacon cheeseburger with fries and an extra bun is more than enough for a lighter lunch!  

  • Go veggie for a day! Just give it a try! If you’re eating a lot of meat based dishes daily, it might be worth just have one or two days during you’re holiday which you go veggie for. It’s surprising how refreshing this change can be!

The list could go on, but there’s just a few of the more basic ones to get you started!

Great resources for more tips and advice on staying healthy at Walt Disney World; Healthy Disney Blog, and a great post over at Passporter!

How do you stay fit and healthy during a Walt Disney World holiday?

Until next time,