Disney World Blog for Adults

Welcome to Adults in Disney! Sure Disney is for kids, but it is mostly for adults. Need proof? Disney has awesome places for date night, a ton of bars with amazing drinks, spas, behind the scene tours, and a festival dedicated to food and wine.  While we firmly believe that Disney is for adults, we feel that the resources for planning Disney for adults are lacking. If you have kids, does this mean you should ignore our website? No, you’re an adult and we hope we can provide you with some helpful information for your trip!

Check out more about us on our About Us page. Thank you for stopping by and be sure to always check back as we continue to add more information!

Typhoon Lagoon: A Review for Adults

Typhoon Lagoon: A Review for Adults Disney World is known for amazing theme parks. The Disney World water parks, however, get far less attention. Until recently, we fell into the “no water parks” category of Disney fans. But, our recent visit to Typhoon Lagoon opened...

How long should I visit Tokyo Disney for?

Ideal Number Of Days To Visit Tokyo Disney We just got back from our second trip to Tokyo Disney. While it is a long flight, it is worth it! Our first trip to Tokyo Disney was for 8 days and our second trip was 5 and a half days. But what is the ideal number of days...

Tokyo Disney Transportation and Hotels

Transportation and Hotels at Tokyo Disney If you are traveling to Tokyo Disney from a foreign country, one important aspect is how you will get to Disney. Luckily, the bus service from the airport to Disney is extremely easy and cost efficient. There is also an easy...

Tips for a Solo Trip to Disney World

Tips For A Solo Trip To Disney World Jeff and I both love Disney. If one of us went to Disney World without the other, there would be a serious throw down in our house haha. For some travelers, a solo trip to Disney is their ideal vacation. Since neither of us have...

ANA First Class Review

First Class ANA Flight To Tokyo Disney The flight to Tokyo Disney is long. For us, it is about 15 hours. But when we flew to Tokyo, we were wishing the flight would go on for a couple more hours. Think we are crazy? Well first, let me say that the seats we booked cost...

Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel Review

Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel The Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay is the hotel that we would recommend to most people visiting Tokyo Disney. While our favorite Tokyo Disney hotel is Hotel MiraCosta, it is really expensive. If you have no hotel budget for your trip to...

Tokyo Disneyland Hotel Review

Tokyo Disneyland Hotel The Tokyo Disneyland Hotel is located just outside of the main gate of the Tokyo Disneyland theme park. Being a Disney resort hotel, the Disneyland Hotel has wonderful theming and details. If you are familiar with Disney World resorts, the...

Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta Review

Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta Our night at the Hotel MiraCosta was the best hotel experience we have had at a Disney property. Hotel MiraCosta is located inside the Tokyo DisneySea theme park, along the Mediterranean harbor. The view is spectacular from the theme...

How To Buy Tokyo Disney Tickets

How To Buy Tokyo Disney Tickets Theme park tickets at Tokyo Disney are different from those in the US parks. The two biggest differences are how Tokyo Disney does park hopping and the cost of the tickets. There is also the question of do you purchase the tickets...

Tips for an Extended Disney Trip

Tips For An Extended Disney Trip Jeff and I have a short, direct flight between our home and Disney World. This means we normally take two-night trips to Disney World. For many families, a short trip to Disney World is not the right strategy. Instead, they take a 10...

Disney Vacation Club 101

Disney Vacation Club 101 Disney Vacation Club, often referred to as DVC, is Disney’s version of a timeshare. Since we are not members of DVC, we recruited the amazing Brendan and Katherine from Detour To Neverland to be guest writers for this post!   Brendan and...

Southwest Airlines and Rapid Rewards

Southwest Airlines and Rapid Rewards We fly on Southwest to Disney World about once a month and many of our flights only cost $11.20/person round trip, or $5.60/person one way. Too good to be true? Nope, it’s real. This post covers the basics of how we utilize the...