Walt Disney World

Tips for Toddlers at Disney World

Parents headed to Disney World with toddlers have tons of questions. It's wise to arm yourself with information before heading to the "Happiest Place on Earth."

Disney World Strollers

Strolling through Disney World can be even more of a pleasure when you don't have to pack that pesky stroller. Join us in looking at stroller rentals in orlando and WDW.

2009 Epcot Food and Wine Festival

The annual Epcot Food and Wine Festival allows Disney World guests to sample and experience both familiar and new flavors from around the world. This year, there are several new tastes to savor and new seminars to sample, including dishes from Bangkok, Thailand; Melbourne, Australia; and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; visits from renowned chefs celebrating cooking with family and friends; and a Tequila Tasting Seminar in Epcot's La Cava del Tequila.

Best Disney World Restaurants

As a Disney World fan specializing in food, one of the questions I'm most asked is, "What are the best restaurants in Disney World?"

The honest answer to that question is that all of the restaurants in Disney World are unique; it all depends on who you are and what kind of food, service, and level of formality you're looking for. That said, there are several restaurants in Disney World that stand out for specific objectives, including restaurants that are best for kids, adults, and grabbing a quick meal!

Kouzzina by Cat Cora: Disney World's Newest Celebrity Chef Signature Restaurant

One of the newest restaurants in Walt Disney World, Kouzzina by Cat Cora, is Chef Cora's first and only signature restaurant!

This long awaited hot spot is the result of a collaboration between Chef Cat Cora - one of the Food Network's Iron Chefs and executive chef of Bon Appetit Magazine - and Disney World, which is getting more well-known for its cuisine year after year.

Disney Monorail

Disney's Monorail system is a popular part of many of its theme parks. It ranges from an attraction with a few purposes in Disneyland to nearly a full-fledged public transit system in Tokyo Disneyland. It has an interesting and varied history in each location.

Missing Space Mountain?

You're sad. Frustrated. Bummed. You can't believe that after all that planning, your favorite ride is going to be closed! You've been a Space Mountain junkie all your life, since you were tall enough to walk into that darkened queue line filled with fascinating 1970's 3D holograms. Sigh. What are you going to do?!?

Well, believe it or not, there's lots to do at Disney World, even when Space Mountain is closed. Here are just a few of the many "contingency plans."

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