So you’re California bound and ready to visit Walt’s folly, also known as Disneyland. There is so much to see and do at Disneyland Park and California Adventure that Disney programmers have develop ways to help you breeze through those California days.
Have you ever wondered why some people return to Disney World again and again?
Every year Disney makes all of it's huge announcements at the D23 convention. What's that you ask?
18 million Americans have some sort of food allergy according to FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education). Over 6 million kids have been diagnosed with food allergies. That's one out of every 13 children. When you consider Walt Disney World welcomes over 130 million visitors every year, there will be visitors who must avoid certain foods.
Allergy triggers for younger kids are usually milk, eggs and soy. Often kids will out grow these sensitivities. Tree nuts, peanuts, milk, fish and shellfish are the most common allergies seen in older children and adults. People who suffer from allergies need to avoid trigger foods. It can be a challenge when dining out in restaurants. How do you know if those french fries were cooked in peanut oil?
Food Allergies are no joke! An allergic reaction to food can cause irritation of the skin or upset the gastrointestinal tract. The most serious allergic reactions cause anaphylaxis which involves the respiratory and cardiovascular system and can lead to death.
We find today's Disney Vacation detail hidden "across the pond" as they say in the UK...but first, let our journey begins in the United Kingdom the one that is located over in the World Showcase at Epcot.
Unless you are a tea totaller, you might nonchalantly stroll right past this Epcot shop and simply consider it as part of the beautiful scenery. On the outside, we see the epitome of a tudor style English cottage. When many of us think of Great Britian, our imaginations turn to a tiny little rose covered cottage like one set amongst the deep greens of the English Countryside. This is what we see in our mind's eye.