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Candlelight Processional Dining Package Restaurants and Prices Announced for 2015

We might have just celebrated the official first day of summer, but it's never too early to start planning for your holiday visit to the Walt Disney World Resort. And to help you with your plans Disney has released the restaurants that are participating in this year's Candlelight Processional dining packages.

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Three Sweet & Bubbly Drinks To Toast In The New Year at Walt Disney World

I'm a bubbly girl year round, but there's nothing quite like celebrating a new year that brings people to pop the cork on a bottle of sparkling wine. If you're celebrating New Year's Eve and Day at Walt Disney World, but you're not a fan of a straight brut champagne, here's where you can find a few of my favorite sweet bubbly beverages to help you toast in 2017!

Favorite Table Service Restaurants for One Credit on the Disney Dining Plan

When you're trying to decide where to make your Advance Dining Reservations for an upcoming trip to the Walt Disney World Resort, it can be a bit overwhelming. There are so many restaurants to choose from and everyone seems to have their favorite, must-visit locations.

The Best of Epcot

Epcot opened as Walt Disney World's second gate on October 1st, 1982. A tribute to the vision and creative genius of Walt Disney, this Park was meant to celebrate human achievement, to be a community of new thought, and a permenant installation of modern international culture. The Park is split into two distinct sections, guests stepping through the main gate first arrive in Future World. This portion of the Park is dedicated to science and technology, where guests can explore the bottom of the sea, or reach for stars.

Top 5 Favorite Things in Epcot’s France Pavilion

While spending any amount of time in World Showcase is a great idea on any given day, there is one pavilion that tugs at the heartstrings just a bit harder than all the others. France has always been my absolute favorite pavilion for so many reasons, starting with a lifelong obsession with the actual country. The fact that I can get a plate of cheese with a side of bread at the bakery doesn't hurt either.

Top 10 Spots to Take a Break When Touring Epcot

There's no denying that touring Epcot can be a losing battle for even the most seasoned Walt Disney World traveler. It's a huge theme park and even if you arrive with the most amazing touring plan in the World, you are still destined to get tired at some point during the day.

Explore the Charm and Romance of Paris and the Provinces in Epcot’s France Pavilion

If there's one pavilion in World Showcase where we could spend hours, it would have to be France. It's just so darn charming and you can almost feel the romance in the air as you see the Eiffel Tower in the distance.

So let's talk about what makes the France Pavilion so incredible. There are actually several things that make this our favorite pavilion in all of World Showcase, including the food.

Lunch at Chefs De France Has An Authentic Atmosphere

There are so many places to eat in Epcot it can be trouble choosing which restaurant to try. When you add in the ones that are a must visit on every visit it can be hard to try and fit in new places. On our most recent trip we finally were able to squeeze in a meal at Chefs de France. It's been on the must-try list for some time now however it took a while to reach the top as we visit the 'real' France frequently and were worried that it wouldn't compare.

What To Do on a “No Kids” Day at Epcot

On the few occasions when my husband and I have visited the Magic Kingdom without the kids we always feel a little guilty. But, when we're at Epcot without the kids there is less guilt and a little more "Hey! We're having a grown up day!" That means no waiting in line to meet the characters, no whining about sore feet, and most importantly we can visit attractions WE want to see.