The dessert party options at Disney World are often expensive or have better alternatives for about the same price. I’ve got ideas on that for you today.
I also have a quick photography tip, and recent news to share.
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Dessert party alternatives
Instead of the Ferrytale Wishes Dessert Party ($99/adult) or the Wishes Fireworks Dessert Party ($49/adult), consider dining at California Grill or booking the Pirate and Pals Fireworks Voyage ($69/adult).
There are sometimes dessert parties offered at Hollywood Studios and you should be able to do the various components of those packages a la carte pretty easily, including getting the specialty cupcakes at most of the Quick Service restaurants.
- Soarin’ will be closed January 4-summer 2016
- Minnie’s dinner at Hollywood & Vine will now be available as a long-term option
- Same-day Amazon delivery is now available in Orlando (check out these other ways to get groceries during your trip)
- The musical act in Morocco has left and a new musical act is there through January 2
- The miniature railroad in the Germany section of the World Showcase has reopened
- Design-your-own MagicBands will be coming soon to the Space Mountain gift shop
- Skipper Canteen appears to be opening just before Christmas
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Quick tip of the day
Turn the flash on your camera off, especially during your trip where it rarely is useful.
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