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Posted by on Aug 4, 2012

Disney’s All-Star Music Resort Review

Disney’s All Star Music Resort Review By Savvy Diva Disney’s All Star Music Resort is a vibrant and fun place to experience. With larger-than-life music inspired props, you feel like you’re in a brightly colored cartoon. There are five different themed buildings; Calypso, Jazz Inn, Rock Inn, Country Fair, and the Broadway Hotel. The rooms come with two double beds or a king bed, and they are the only All-Star value resort to offer a family suite that sleeps six. The resort also has a giant guitar-shaped swimming pool with a separate shallow kid’s pool, and a piano shaped pool further back in the resort grounds. Like the other All-Star Value Resorts, the resort has playground, laundry facilities, an arcade, food court, and gift shop for guests to enjoy as well.   Staying at Disney’s All Star Music Resort was quite the experience. Can I be both for and against a resort at the same time? The budget-crunching, adventurous, pixie diva in me loved it, but the posh, princess, diva...

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Posted by on Jun 9, 2013

Walt Disney World Dining Reviews

Updated 2/23/14 Tips for bringing your own food to Disney Getting to dining reservations Time of Day: Breakfast Snacks Lunch Dinner Type of meal: Character Meals Table Service Counter Service Dining Plans Click on photo to go to the park you would like dining reviews for Click here to get reviews on dining at Magic Kingdom   Click here to get reviews on dining at Epcot Click here to get reviews on dining at Hollywood Studios Click here to get reviews on dining at Downtown Disney Click here to get reviews on dining at Animal Kingdom Click here to get reviews on dining at Blizzard Beach Click here to get reviews on dining at Typhoon Lagoon Click here to get reviews on dining at Disney Resorts Magic Kingdom Dining Aloha Isle Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies Be Our Guest Casey’s Corner Cheshire Cafe Cinderella’s Royal Table Columbia Harbor House Cool Ship Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café Crystal Palace Gaston’s Tavern Golden Oak Outpost Liberty Square Market Liberty Tree Tavern Lunching Pad...

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Posted by on May 23, 2012

Pop Century Review

Pop Century By Diva Mommy Pop Century is one of Walt Disney World’s Value resorts. It is personally my favorite because of their yummy food, fun pools and enjoyable kids’ activities. The resort is made up of 10 buildings similar to the All Star Resorts. However, at Pop Century the buildings represent different decades, the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s. Each building has huge icons by them such as a jukebox, Play-Doh cans, a big wheel, a Rubik cube, and giant Mr. and Mrs. Potato heads. The Potato heads can be hard to find. They are over towards the computer pool, but you can always ask a cast member and they’ll point you to the right direction. POOLS & PLAYGROUNDS Pop Century has a large main pool, 2 smaller pools (all which are heated) and a Toddler pool. One of the smaller pools is shaped like a bowling pin in the 50’s section, and is often very quiet.The other pool is shaped like a computer monitor which is...

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