Dole Whipped’s own Tara recently took a cruise to Cuba on Royal Caribbean’s Majesty of the Seas ship. Listen in as she tells us all about what she did, how she liked the ship, and what she ate while cruising. At the end of the episode, we compare Royal Caribbean to Disney Cruise Lines to see how the two compare!
We know FastPasses cause a lot of anxiety in Disney bound folks, so we’re here to take the mystery out of planning which FastPasses to choose. We cover which we think are the best options, when you should plan to get them, and what to do if you can’t get the FastPasses you want.
We love to share our Disney experiences with you as often as possible, so here’s a look inside a birthday trip/couples’ getaway that Shannon took at the beginning of September. Find out what they saw, what they ate, and what they thought of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party!
Have you ever wondered just how far you can stretch a dining credit? Today the Dole Whippies play a little game to see just how close they can get to a dining credit using a menu with no prices! It was a lot of fun!
Tara, Chris, and Chris’s son, Ben, had a whirlwind trip to Disney, Cocoa Beach, and Kennedy Space Center in a very short weekend trip. Join us as they tell us how much they managed to do in a few short days, including the new Toy Story Land!
Here at Dole Whipped, we are all about a good family vacation, but sometimes, you just need some me time. That’s why we urge you to try a solo trip to Disney! In this episode, we help you get past those road blocks you may have about solo trips and why you should plan one for yourself!
One of the most important parts of planning a Disney vacation is choosing how you’re going to get there. Since most of us don’t live in the Orlando area, we choose to fly to Disney. Even if you’ve never flown before or you’re racking up the frequent flyer miles, we’ve got all the handy need-to-know info for the most efficient ways to fly to Disney!
It’s time again to play Keep/Refurb/Remove! If you’ll recall back to Episode 166, we were each given a set of three Disney attractions and for each one we had to decide which we’d keep as is, which we’d refurbish, and which we would remove altogether. This week, we do the same thing but we’re substituting Disney attractions for Disney restaurants! It’s a lot of fun!