Lives in London, United Kingdom
Since Aug 2008
50-64 year old female
I love to travel and eat good food, I also like to shop the local way. So when I visit I always try and follow the people of that country and eat what they eat and shop where they shop. Ride the local buses and trams, coaches and the trains. This allows me to have a great insight into the the place that I visit. I mean how many people go to New York and have been to the Conway just off Macy's? Or stopped at Barnies for a cup of Santa's White Christmas coffee? Eaten the most delightful pastries behind the LaFayette Gallerie? These are just a few of my delights. So when I give a review it will be truthful and not biased. If the food is rubbish or whether it is the hotel or attraction. I'll let you know. This also means that if something is worth trying or visiting. I'll let you know.
Performances, Disney Parks & Activities
Bars & Clubs
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Disney Parks & Activities
Nature & Wildlife Areas, Theme Parks, Disney Parks & Activities
Disney Parks & Activities, Theme Parks
Theme Parks, Water Parks, Disney Parks & Activities
Water Parks, Disney Parks & Activities
Theme Parks, Aquariums
Theme Parks, Disney Parks & Activities
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Piers & Boardwalks, Disney Parks & Activities
It's a lump in the throat moment. It's one of those experiences no words can ever describe and only others who have shared the experience can understand.
Probably the closet thing you'll get next to a Mardi Gras for atmosphere.
It is really the takeaway side you want. The food is fresh, there's plenty of it and it's delicious. We hopped parks just to eat here.
Make this your first stop at onion Orlando. This is big layer of fun, fun, fun. There is not one ride you will not like here. Just be prepared to wait.
Fast pass as much as you can because they only have a few rides worth riding. The shows are good but there are long waits for them all.
It's one of those things you have to tick off your list.
See it, see what you think. I've seen them change over the years in theme. It still gets the goosebumps going.
Awesome, awesome, awesome and I'm not even a Harry Potter fan. Universal Studios be proud of yourselves, you've done a great job. Don't forget to ride Kang and Kane at the Simpsons side.
Best for the Expedition Everest ride and Dinoland rides. Get super soaked at Kali River Rapids ride.
Love it for many reasons, best experienced at night for the bright lights. It's also a lot cooler then.
Old time favourite for long term Disneyites, try the floats.
Fun for all the family, especially the snow cones.
A big water park, with a lot to do and experience.
Not much to do. Expensive day out to do nothing interesting.
Test Track, best drive ever! Lots of fun educational stuff to do.
Good food, big portions, you get well fed here, chill out and relax before you explore.
A very big complex of hotels. Lovely place to relax.
In my opinion it was on the dining plan so we tried it.
What is not to love here? Oh wait, the journey home when the park closes.
It's bigger than you think. A lot of time is wasted travelling between the parks, so plan you visit well. Especially if you want to eat at one of the hotels and then head off to another park.
Shopper and foodie paradise for everyone. There is so much do here, you could spend a week here and still not have scratched the surface here.
This place is worth visiting but you'll need at least a few hours to really explore this Boardwalk. It's lovely to look at, lots of delicious food to try as well.