One thing you need to know about me is my love of planning. We take a trip together and I have a travel guide with the best places to eat, most unique experiences and how much it all cost—we are here for budgeting!
One of the best trips I've planned so far has got to be Disney World in Orlando, Florida. My boyfriend said it was, "the best time I've ever had in Disney by far." And maybe that was said by the 5th country in Epcot's drink around the world, but it counts!
The Best Places to Go in Disney World: Disney Springs
The most delicious desserts I've ever had in the spookiest (in a good way) bakery! We got the classic chocolate chip cookie, peanut butter chip cookie, the biggest slice of cookie dough cake I've ever seen and a peanut butter latte.
(I definitely ate half of the peanut butter chip cookie before I took that picture…)
You do have to wait in a cue—which you can do on the Disney app—to get in. But, you can walk around until you're called and there are so many other things to do in Disney Springs while you wait!
For my 21+ crowd, this quick service drink spot was so fun! You can find it near the Ghirardelli Soda Fountain and Chocolate Shop and across from Market Place Snacks.
They also offer seating that overlooks the water, but we just got our drinks to go.
I got a Habanero Lime Margarita with a splash of watermelon that our bartender recommended and Matt got a Dockside Colada.
Please enjoy the only picture I got of my drink when we went :)
My most memorable moment here was wanting to buy the 6 inch Coke bear but not getting it and its a HUGE regret of mine. He's so cute!
They have a roof top drink area that offers alcoholic beverages and, of course, coke products. I got a spiked cherry coke and Matt had a spiked Coke Float.
We also did the soda flight where you can try different Coke's from around the world.
I was most excited to eat here when making reservations but wasn't actually able to get one until the NIGHT OF it was a nice surprise LOL.
This restaurant is so beautiful inside, the food was delicious and it actually has its own little "ride." You can pay to take a ride in a boat-car around the water, its actually really cool and they drive you off a ramp into the water, it looks fun!
This is an Irish restaurant that my family used to take us to when we would go down as kids, so I of course wanted to go back and see it now.
Super high energy and the kindest staff, its a really unique experience to eat here and really recommend checking it out.
They have a band that plays Irish music and also a circle stage in the middle of the restaurant where they do Irish dancing every hour or so, dinner and a show!
Matt and I spent way too much time building our own Legos here but we had such a good time—LOL.
You also have to wait in a cue for this—we made a reservation at the store and they texted us when it was our time slot.
Just something fun to do and a great little keepsake of your trip to Disney Springs!