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Apple Picking, Pumpkin Spice Lattes, … Disney World? While the temperature in Orlando doesn’t always feel like Fall come September, the creative minds at Walt Disney World prove year in and year out that fall is one of the best times of year to experience the parks. The team here at My VIP Tour can make sure you experience the best of the best with your VIP guide. From Halloween Parties, to Food & Wine, there are so many ways to build better memories with your family with a private Disney VIP tour this fall.
Guests will find themselves on planet Batuu in the middle of the Star Wars galaxy! Try galactic treats such as the popular blue milk or Mustafarian Lava Rolls, build your own lightsaber (ahem, I mean “scrap metal” for the locals) and help fly new interactive ride, Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run (ask your Disney VIP guide how to get prime seating as a pilot!)
Back by popular demand (for the 24th time!) Running daily through November 23rd, guests can eat and drink their way through 30 unique pop up pavilions ranging from fan favorites China and Australia, to newcomers The Alps and The Donut Box. Foodies who want the full Disney VIP experience will love culinary demonstrations and beverage seminars along with celebrity chef meet and greets as well. The Eat to the Beat Concert series which runs nightly with artists from Sugar Ray, Hanson and Boyz II Men will give you a great way to dance away those calories!
Guests are already loving the new fireworks show “Disney’s Not So Spooky Spectacular” that was added to the party line up this year. Perennial fan favorite such as “Mickey’s Boo-to-You Halloween Parade” has returned as well. Want a front row spot? Join Cruella DeVil and friends at Cruella’s Halloween Hide-A-Way for appetizers and treats followed by reserved seating for the parade. Make sure to include this experience in your Disney VIP Tour! Don’t forget that Mickey’s invited you to join him by wearing your best costume!
Put your dancing shoes on one last time as the Hakuna Matata Dance Party ends its run this fall. The final family friendly show filled with music, dancing and games ends on September 30th 2019.
This new experience is perfect for all of the future NBA & WNBA hopefuls in your family! Guests can step on the hardcourt to dribble, shoot, dunk & score. Don’t know much about basketball? That’s ok! Guests can enjoy multiple interactive displays, films & trivia to learn more about the game.
Whatever it is that you decide to experience this fall the team at My VIP Tour is dedicated to creating the best memories for you and your loved ones. Let your Disney VIP guide customize a tour just for you!
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When vacationing at Walt Disney World, character breakfasts and dinner reservations are usually the go-to meal options for families. However, there are some amazing Brunch options that are definitely worth checking out (and who doesn’t love a reason to have champagne at 10 o’clock in the morning?) Recently, we checked out The Rollicking Raglan Brunch at Raglan Road, located at Downtown Disney (transitioning into Disney Springs).
Upon arriving to Raglan Road, we made a quick
stop to the bar to order our first round of mimosas.
The mimosas were made with fresh Florida orange juice and sparkling wine, which came in a small bottle, but enough to fill up for a second! The bartender also gave us all complimentary homemade berry and banana smoothies that were served in large shot glasses.
After being seated, a delicious Irish soda bread was brought to the table, along with a Guinness and sugar dipping oil. A second round of complimentary smoothies were then brought to the table while the waitress explained any specials of the day.
The menu did not shy away from the items you would typically see listed in a restaurant located in Ireland. Brunch options consisted of Roastie Potatoes, Gammon and Eggs, Pancakes, Omelettes, Eggs Benedict, a Black Dog special, and more. You also have the option to order something more towards the lunch side like a Burger or Sandwich.
What did we order??
A common item you will see on an Irish menu, and true to its form, this traditional meal was so tasty! The eggs come poached on top of sliced pancetta, covered with hollandaise sauce, and placed on an english muffin. The side consisted of their famous ‘Roasties’, aka potatoes covered with select herbs and spices.
6 full sized pancakes were served topped with creme fraiche, fresh strawberries and blueberries, maple syrup, and garnished with mint. The pancakes were fluffy and consistent all the way through and just melt in your mouth delicious!
Full Irish Breakfast:
A favorite at Raglan Road, the Full Irish Breakfast offers everything you could expect as if you were dining in Ireland itself. This dish includes eggs, black dog, schnitzel, three times a boxty (gammon topped with cheddar), veggies, and roasties. Each of the flavors blended so perfectly together and made the experience that much better.
Burger ‘R Way:
This large beef burger was topped with a Dublin cheddar cheese, tomato chutney, and avocado. With a side of Irish style chips (steak fries), this combo was an authentic Irish taste combined with an all-American favorite.
Desserts are offered as well, which include:
Strawberry and Apple Crumble
Bread and Butter Pudding
Lemon Curd Tart
Black Forest ‘Kiss’
Upon finishing our Brunch at around 12pm, the Irish band and tap dancers started to set up on the large indoor stage. The band were very interactive with the crowd, asking questions and sharing knowledge on each song they played. Irish tap dancers took turns to head up on the main stage, as well as the smaller stages in the middle of the room to perform.
All together, Raglan Road is a wonderful experience for all to enjoy, even little toddlers were clapping their hands and dancing with excitement!
Brunch at Raglan Road is available every Saturday and Sunday from 10am-3pm. We suggest making a reservation for around 11am-12pm since the band and tap dancers don’t set up until around then, and they are definitely worth seeing.
Prices at Raglan Road for Brunch range from approximately: $15- $30 per main course and $8.50 for all desserts.
For more information on Raglan Road, or other brunch options at Walt Disney World, contact My VIP Tour at (407) 913-8375.
Here is our list of “Late Night Must Do’s” while on your next WDW vacation:
1. Celebrate the Magic- Cinderella’s Castle, Magic Kingdom
Watch Cinderella’s Castle light up with story-telling imagery of Disney classics, such as: Alice in Wonderland, Dumbo, The Lion King, Aladdin, and more! Your favorite Disney characters will take you on an exciting and breathtaking journey with movie clips, graphics, and pictures all displayed on the Castle walls.
2. Wishes Nighttime Spectacular- Magic Kingdom
An absolute must for your whole family! This 12 minute firework show is every little piece of magic you are looking for on your Disney vacation. Tinker Bell makes a special appearance as she flies from the top of Cinderella’s Castle and starts the Wishes celebration. Make sure you take your cameras out for the finale, it’s truly breathtaking! 🙂
3. IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth- Epcot
Aim to visit Epcot in the afternoon, so you can walk through the World Showcase, with enough time to see the night time show, IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth. IllumiNations is a 3 part show which tells the story of our planet from birth, to the hope of the future. A glowing globe travels across the Lagoon showing history and achievements of our time, and ends with flames, music, and fireworks. IllumiNations can be viewed from almost anywhere around World Showcase and from select restaurants.
4. Fantasmic- Hollywood Studios
Watch all your favorite Disney Princesses, Characters and Villians perform in this beautiful 30-minute water and firework show! From Disney songs, to animation, to one million gallons of dancing water, this is definitely a must for the whole family!
5. Main Street Electrical Parade- Magic Kingdom
This amazing 20 minute music parade spectacular takes place at Magic Kingdom usually twice per day. The parade includes numerous decorated floats that adorn half a million lights and your favorite Disney characters. Tip: Find a place to stand (or sit) on Main Street about 20 minutes prior to show time for the best view!
Take advantage of our services for your evening park adventures, too! Let us take care of parade or show seating for your entire party, while you enjoy the rest of the park! Call us to book your dream vacation today: (407-913-8375).
(Grand Floridian’s Victoria and Alberts dining room. Photo courtesy of: disneyworld.disney.go.com)
(photo courtesy of: disneyparks.disney.go.com)
Image Courtesy of Four Seasons Resort
Here are a few of our favorite luxuries:1) Goofy Dining – Ravello, a modern Italian restaurant at the new Four Seasons offers a “Goofy & Pals” Disney character breakfast on Thursdays and Saturdays (and select Tuesdays on peak school breaks). Start your day with a “Good morning” from Mickey, Minnie and Goofy! Reservations must be booked well in advance. We can help!
2) Magical Moments – Now your little ones can be pampered at Four Seasons’ take on Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. Magic Moments will offer 8 different princess options for girls and the Shining Knight package for boys.
3) Spectacular Views – The breath-taking nighttime fireworks are just as big of an attraction as the parks themselves. Guests staying at the Four Seasons will have VIP viewing of the fireworks at the Magic Kingdom from furnished balconies of the resort’s park view guest rooms. You can also enjoy the fireworks while enjoying tapas and steaks at the rooftop restaurant, Capa.
4) Four Seasons Spa – After a long day at the park, guests can relax at this world class spa inspired by Central Florida’s flora and fauna. It features 2 coed relaxation lounges, locker rooms with external seating and whirlpool area, “experience shower”, 18 treatment rooms, 6
couples rooms, and 2 private spa bungalows.
5) Fine Dining – The property features five restaurants with glorious food
o Capa – Romantic rooftop Spanish steakhouse located on the 17th floor
o Plancha – Daytime Cuban-American fare in a lakeside setting
o Ravello – Italian cuisine in a sleek, urban atmosphere with a fresh-food philosophy
o PB&G – (Pool, Bar & Grill) Enjoy your favorite Premium American BBQ dish at this pool-side dining experience or cool down with their signature cocktails
o Lickety-Split – Coffee bar and gelateria that serves delicious pastries and quick bites throughout the day
Get a detailed scoop inside the delicious menu items at the Disney Food Blog
Of course, we saved the best for last…
6) Explorer Island – Five acres of packed fun for everyone! Enjoy the massive 7,590 square foot family pool, beach volleyball, lazy river, splash zone with dozens of choreographed water jets, waterslides, and a video gaming centre.
“It’s the kind of place kids will never want to leave, and grown-ups will love for the chance to join in the excitement and indulge their inner child,” predicts Director of Public Relations Dana Berry. “Explorer Island offers fun for all ages!”
Want to wind down at the spa and leave your little ones safely entertained? You got it! The fully-supervised Kids for All Seasons program is a complimentary camp for younger guests ages 4 to 12. You can also take a little break and indulge in the adult-only Oasis pool that is packed with sophistication to heighten your relaxation.
Ready to experience this overwhelm of beauty and luxury at the most magical place on earth?Call us now to book your VIP Tour and let us take care of all your needs: (407) 913 8375
Are you planning a trip to Disney and want to do something with your family other than visit a theme park?
Then plan on having a fun family adventure in Orlando.
Most people who visit Disney don’t venture beyond the Disney property and are not aware of how great the real Orlando is to visit.
The City of Orlando is called “City Beautiful” because there are so many wonderful things to do around town. Here are a couple of quick day trip family adventures for consideration during your Disney stay.
Lake Eola Downtown Orlando:
Lake Eola is an unchanging emblem of Downtown Orlando. Its majestic fountain and the graceful swan boats that you can rent, make Lake Eola an exceptional day trip. Also, make sure to walk the entire circle to view the art sculptures surrounding the park. For the younger kids, there is a wonderful playground overlooking the lake on the south end. Start or end your lake visit with lunch or dinner in the Thornton Park District close by. We’re happy to make suggestions or book reservations for your meal.
If, by chance, you are lucky enough to visit the lake on a Sunday morning or early afternoon, you and your family can also experience a unique weekly Farmers Market on the south end of the lake. The market is the place for great local food, music and crafts.
For more information and a map visit: http://www.downtownorlando.com/locations/lake-eola/#.VlUQVt-rTVo
There is nothing else like it and it has truly changed the face
of downtown Orlando. It is an amazing feat of design, architecture, and construction, inspired by the creative energy of the people who live, work, and visit here.
Built specifically for families who love to be entertained by performing arts events, the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts is the place to go. Let us help you book a special event, such as an original Broadway show, ballet, concerts, and more, during your Disney visit. Be sure to include an exceptional dining experience in Downtown Orlando—The Boheme restaurant, located in the unique Grand Bohemian Hotel across the street from the center.
For more information on events, visit:
Whatever it is you’re traveling to Orlando for let one of our private concierge’s assist you with the planning.
We can be reached at (407) 913 8375 or via email at email@example.com