Coming up on this weeks show, Michelle is joined by Deborah Wolfe to talk about the Toy Story Land hard ticket event, Run Disney and the difference between Disney Cruise Line offerings and those from Royal Carribean.
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Have you a fantastic Run Disney story, costume or picture to share? We would love to hear from you!
After that, Deborah talks about her experiences of attending the Early Magic Morning Event at Disney Hollywood Studios.
Since recording, the breakfast has been moved to the Backlot Express and timings can vary with some guests being able to gain entry at 7am (purely to eat breakfast) and then make their way to the land at 7.30am.
You, as well as the other guests who have purchased this package, will have the land to yourself until 9am (day guests will be arriving from 8.45am). Breakfast is also served until 10am.
Breakfast is stated as all you care to enjoy for the cold offerings (eg the yoghurt bar and pastries) and whilst it says one hot item in reality you can have more than that.
This event is great if you want to be able to have multiple rides on the attractions in this land and a theme park breakfast. However, at around $ a minute it is expensive.
If you want to find out how to book or just more information, visit the WDW website.
Then the discussion moved on to cruises. Both Michelle and Deborah have experience of travelling with Royal Carribean and Disney so between them they were able to discuss the differences and their opinion on whether the additional cost of Disney cruises was worth it.
We also gave information for listener Vikki Marie, who will be taking her family on their first cruise this coming summer!
Then that's about it for this week, we will be back next week with some more Disney chat!
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