This week, we are talking about our experiences so far with My Disney Experience and the whole planning “thing”. AND IT BE CRAY. But we still like going, unlike this person.
This week, Lisa shares her upcoming cruise schedule, info on a GREAT Alaskan cruise guidebook and a little Judge John Hodgman. Find more Hodgmania here and here and find out about the cruise he is talking about here.
Also, she highly recommends The Alaska Cruise Handbook: A Mile-by-Mile Guide.
Disney’s cutting back Extra Magic Hour evenings from 3 hours to 2 hours. What do we think? Will it affect how we spend our vacation dollars?
Here’s a link to the story we mention on disZine, though of course lots of the internet is exploding with news about this.
Jennifer loves to talk about Touring Plans and Lines! So even though our good friends in TestaVille (aka the website of The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World) could speak much more eloquently on the topic, when Trace had a few questions about how to use these products to squeeze the maximum number of attractions into a single August day at the Magic Kingdom, we just went with it.
While you’re at it, check out TDC 90, featuring Lines developer Henry Work.
And about those badges? Jennifer’s still a relative neophyte on Lines, but she sure is proud of her Nowhere in Particular badge. Here are her current stats and chats on the Lines app, where she’s known by the user name “kitty-chan.”
Today we ask the age old question, is it OK to go to Palo’s and leave your kid locked in your inside stateroom? Well, maybe that isn’t the question exactly, but we are discussing parenting styles, knowing your kid and how to plan activities with and without the children without (hopefully) freaking out your spouse!
Then you will hear some (loud!) audio from The Disney Dream’s maiden voyage, in which the ship visits Castaway Cay while The Magic is docked there – (loud!) horn blasts ensue and the newlyweds run into a famous friend….
In this weeks show, the Cats discuss a listener suggestion – our Top Three, um, Top Five Tips! How do YOU get ready for YOUR trip to the World (Thanks, Sister Leo!)? We also plug some smart phone apps that help us along:
In this weeks show, we are joined by the fabulous Carrie Hayward, Editor of E books at PassPorter and Author of PassPorter’s Disney Weddings & Honeymoons. We discuss weddings, travel to Paris and Carrie’s recent trip to visit Tokyo Disney Land and Sea.
The official Tokyo Disney Fairy Tale Weddings site can be found here. Upon further thought, I wonder if you could dress as Mulan at a Tokyo Disney wedding?
Then we follow up with some rather disturbing service monkey tales of terror. Thanks Andy – oh, and Happy Margarita Fest Anniversary! 😉
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