ney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows

Good morning!  It’s been awhile since we posted anything, but with our recent visit, will start to re-energize the bog!

Last week during our Spring Break, we went to Disney to use our Disney Vacation Club (DVC).  I was extra excited to see that my points could reserve one of the new spots at the Polynesian, the newest vacation club villas!  On a side note, the Polynesian is our favorite resort!

The way this DVC is promoted, I unknowingly thought the bungalows, which is seated over the Seven Seas Lagoon had both the 2-bedroom and deluxe studios.  Upon our arrival, we marveled at the property as we waited for our room to be ready.  When it was, we wandered around perplexed as to the exact location.  Come to find out, the deluxe studios were not over the lagoon, but looked like the other buildings on the property.

So be it, the DVC villa is a little larger than a regular Polynesian room.  There are two bathrooms and a small kitchen area, but, it’s not that much different than a room (we stayed at the Polynesian 5 years ago)

I am not saying we did not enjoy the room or stay.  The room is beautiful and so is the entire property.  What I am alluding to is buyer beware!  Make sure you know what you are reserving!  I was so excited about being able to stay at the Polynesian, that I did not research more thoroughly.  But, it was perfect or my daugher and I.  No complaints, except watch the nesting birds!  I was pecked at on the last day!

Enjoy the tour of the room and see you next time!


It’s Still Frozen in Florida – Elsa Encounter

Yes, Frozen seems to have taken over the world (Disney World that is)!  Here is our encounter with Elsa.  Anna and Elsa are together in Princess Fairytale Hall for the meet and greet, however, you meet with them separately.  They do not interact like the White Rabbit and Alice do, but they should, right?

What is nice about this venue is being inside in the very cold room!  Yes, we were Freezing, but of course, that is the nice part after coming in from the heat.

Enjoy this video.  By the way, last year we waited 90 minutes to meet Anna and Elsa.  It was early evening and not too hot (although it was end of July), that is why of course this trip FastPass+ was used.  We reserved early enough to be able to get in and glad we did.

Enjoy and have a Magical Day!

Marianne and Megan

Meeting Anna – It’s still all Frozen

How can hot and sunny Orlando be Frozen?  Well, have you been there lately, everywhere you turn, it’s Frozen this and Frozen that!  So of course, we had to meet the main characters when we were visiting the Magic Kingdom.

The wait times for Anna and Elsa in Princess Fairytale Hall, so our advice is to FastPass+.  Even the FastPass+ are not available at times.  As soon as you book and can start FastPassing attractions, do this one first.  Especially if you have your own Princess that loves Frozen.

Here is Megan with Anna.  


Marianne and Megan