Author Archives: Kaitlin Morelli

A Disney World Guest since before she could walk, Kaitlin is a Jersey girl and former Virginia Tech Hokie. When she's not listening to the 'Moana' soundtrack on repeat with her baby daughter, she's writing, singing, and strumming the ukulele. Kaitlin is passionate about finding the best Disney Park tips n' tricks and moments when pop culture and Disney collide. She's looking forward to eventually taking her first Disney trip with her favorite fan in the making: her daughter.

Little Mermaid Ride RUINED by Guest Behavior

Ariel, flounder, and sebastian from "the little mermaid" look surprised and concerned in an underwater scene filled with shipwreck treasures.

Walt Disney Imagineers are the masterminds behind thrilling twists and epic launches like the take-off on TRON Lightcycle / Run, but their stories set Disney attractions apart. The Haunted Mansion ride, a Walt Disney World staple since it opened, has a queue and pre-show that are attractions before guests even board the haunted Doom Buggy. Rise of the Resistance transports ...

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Disney Fans Reportedly Consider This “Horrific Hidden Gem” the Best Disney Ride of All Time

An entrance to Disney's Animal Kingdom is shown with its sign above the gate. A cartoon dinosaur and Mickey Mouse are superimposed on the image, with the roaring animal kingdom dinosaur approaching Mickey, who appears frightened. Trees and greenery surround the entrance area.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom sports some incredibly popular attractions, such as Avatar Flight of Passage and Expedition Everest – Legend of the Forbidden Mountain. But according to these fans, the best Animal Kingdom attraction is none other than DINOSAUR. Tucked away in a muted compound in DinoLand, USA, stands the Dino Institute—a fictional paleontological research group behind one of Disney’s best ...

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“Entitled” Disney Guest Tries to Bend Single Rider Rules, Cast Member Forced to Step In

A person stands with their fist clenched beside an upset Minnie Mouse cartoon character in front of Disneyland's iconic castle. The blue and pink adorned castle is surrounded by trees. Minnie appears to be annoyed, with a dark squiggle indicating frustration, perhaps due to an entitled single rider.

When COVID-19 swept the world, all bets were off—remember the toilet paper shortage? Folks were forced to live in a lawless land, and the rebound from those quarantined days has been a slow roll for specific sectors of society. The theme Park industry was hit hard by the immediate policy shifts necessary to keep guests safe. With the Disney Park ...

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Is a Solo Disney Vacation Worth It? Here’s the Verdict

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Die-hard Disney Fanatics know the parks aren’t just for the kids—they’re arguably geared more toward the Disney Adults who frequent them. While it’s one thing to enjoy Disney as an adult, it’s another to venture there solo. Before taking the plunge to book her solo soiree in Disney, user u/stephanne423 ​​took to Reddit to see whether or not the trip ...

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Guest Steals From Fund Designated for Charity Donations at Disney Park

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Despite its majestic facade, each Disney attraction has seen its share of unhinged behavior. This specific incident took place at Disneyland Park’s “it’s a small world” attraction. With multiple brawls breaking out at Disney’s Magic Kingdom, belligerent guests shutting down Casey’s Corner, and influencers live-streaming attractions like Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid, Cast Members can’t always ...

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Disney Guests Want EPCOT Drinking Culture to End

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Thanks to Disney’s World Showcase located in EPCOT, getting a taste of world-class cuisine and global architecture doesn’t require an international plane ticket. With imported decor, authentic dining, and international Cast Members, one of Disney’s most impressive parks gives guests a slice of 11 countries: Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Morocco, Norway, The United Kingdom, and The United ...

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Four Parks in One Day: How This Family Mastered All the Disney Magic

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Want to Park Hop like a pro? Here are the best tips for true Disney Fanatics. Although Disney Fanatics come from all corners of the map, they share one thing: they’re savvy. Die-hard Disney fans know how to work around hefty Park price tags, costly reservations, and competitive queues. There’s nothing wrong with taking Disney at a slower pace. With ...

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Five Packing Essentials for This Summer’s Disney Vacation

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With Memorial Day Weekend not too far away, we can almost taste summer—which means the summer Disney travelers will be flocking to the parks in no time. While it may seem like we still have time until summer vacation, true Disney Fanatics know it’s never too early to plan a trip to the parks. School won’t be in session, but ...

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Slowly but Surely, Disney Is Erasing the Original ‘Cinderella’ Film as We Know It

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Cinderella (1950) may be one of Walt Disney Productions’ most iconic films. So, why is The Walt Disney Company determined to erase it from history? If there’s one thing The Walt Disney Company specializes in, it’s nostalgia. In its centenary year, Walt Disney Animated Studios rolled out restored original works on Disney+ for families to enjoy. With these animated classics, ...

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Tiana Trends as Social Media Debates the Best Disney Princesses

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There’s a Disney storm brewing—and no, it’s not one Disney World’s classic thunderstorms. This one involves a debate for the best Disney Princess, and Tiana is at the forefront of the discussion. Over the weekend, a heated debate on X (formerly Twitter) questioned Disney’s most graceful characters. With Disney’s finger forever on the pulse of nostalgia, the stories surrounding Disney’s ...

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