My Top 3 Tips for Experiencing Universal Orlando Resort

  The Mouse For Less Blog would like to welcome Kimberly, who brings her top tips for visiting Universal Orlando Resort! My family and I love Universal Studios!  Whether you opt to add it to a portion of your Walt Disney World vacation, combine it with other Orlando attractions, or decide to do an exclusive […]

Foodie Friday: Snack Spotlight on the Thanksgiving Cupcake

So, I’m currently at Walt Disney World and I wanted to share with you all this incredible fun cupcake you can get if you’re visiting the parks within the next week or so, during the Thanksgiving holiday festivities! Isn’t he adorable! The story goes that I was looking for something sweet to snack on while […]

Having Fun at the Disney Side Dog’s Day Event

The Mouse For Less Blog would like to welcome Tanya, who brings us a story about the Disney Side Dog’s Day, which took place earlier this year at the Magic Kingdom. Has Disney gone to the dogs?  For a few hours on a very early Saturday morning, it did!  In mid-August, the Disney Parks Blog […]

Book Review: The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland 2015

  1985 was an eventful year. Back to the Future was theatrically released, the Kansas City Royals won the World Series, and Bob Sehlinger commenced publication of his Unofficial Guide series, which strives to help tourists plan trips to various destinations, most notably Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Overview The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland has […]

Enjoy the Full Universal Orlando Experience at an On-site Hotel

  We would like to welcome Tiffany, who brings us a great article about staying on-site at Universal Orlando Resort! Universal Orlando Resort is a wonderful place to take a family vacation. There is something for everyone to enjoy. There are two parks right next to each other with the incredible CityWalk connected to both […]

Life is Like a Box of MagicBands…

  Today, the Mouse For Less Blog would like to welcome Tim, with this fun article about MagicBands! “Mama always said, life was like a box of magic bands…you look inside and you find your key to the world.” You might say I’m having about as good a Disney week as you can have while […]

Enjoy a Non-Park Day at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

    The Mouse For Less Blog would like to welcome the new members of our team!  Our first new blogger (or should I say bloggers) are Scott and Elizabeth!  Are you looking to spend a day of your Walt Disney World vacation relaxing away from the hustle and bustle of the parks? Most sources […]

Movie Review: The Great Mouse Detective

The Great Mouse Detective was theatrically released on July 2, 1986 as the 26th full-length animated feature in Disney history. It is based on Eve Titus’ Basil of Baker Street children’s book series and is 74 minutes in length. To the Renaissance While not one of Disney’s most heralded animated flicks, The Great Mouse Detective […]

Lunch Review of the Rose & Crown

It’s been several years since we have been to The Rose and Crown in Epcot’s United Kingdom, so we decided  to give it a try on our recent trip.  It was a great choice! The Rose and Crown has both indoor and outdoor seating.  The outdoor seating overlooks the water, which is nice and makes […]

Rikki’s Mouse Bites – Walt Disney World News 11/17/14

  The pools at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort will see quick refurbishments.  The Big Blue Pool will be closed from November 17 – 19; the Flipping Fins Pool will be closed from November 20 and 21; and the Cozy Cone Pool will be closed from November 24 – 26. The Festival of the Season […]

Foodie Friday: Thanksgiving Day Options at Walt Disney World

If you will be traveling to Walt Disney World this Thanksgiving, you may already have your Thanksgiving meal already planned out.  However, if you don’t, there are quite a few options that you should really consider.  Some, like Liberty Tree Tavern and Be Our Guest Restaurant, have been snatched up a long time ago, but […]

Magic with the Disney Fairies

  My daughter has loved the Disney princesses since she was two.  It all started with Cinderella and has grown with every new princess movie we watch.  This year, Elsa was the first to push Cinderella out of the first place rank in five years.  Although she loves Elsa and Anna, she has become more […]