Mother’s Day Dining Experiences at Disney Parks

Mother’s Day Dining Experiences at Disney Parks

In addition to the delicious offerings throughout the parks, there’s also a few special Mother’s Day Brunches and Dining Experiences at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts, all offered on Mother’s Day only.

Mother’s Day POPPED at Disney’s Pop Century Resort! A Mother’s Day Brunch buffet was served from 10am-2pm at Everything POP Shopping and Dining at Disney’s Pop Century Resort. Starters included fresh fruit, cereal, assorted pastries and muffins, and bagels with cured salmon, diced red onion, cream cheese, and capers. For the main event, options such as Made-to-Order Omelets, Buttermilk Pancakes with strawberry compote, Carved Ham with orange blossom honey, Carved Roast Turkey with traditional stuffing and cranberry relish, Bacon Vinaigrette Potatoes, House-Made Corn Bread and much more. Decadent desserts, were Peach Cobbler, Strawberry Shortcake, and other assorted mini-desserts.

Mother’s Day Brunch at Maria & Enzo’s Ristorante at Disney Springs

A “contemporary” Mother’s Day Brunch was served at Disney’s Contemporary Resort! The Wave… of American Flavors offered a special brunch buffet from 7:30am-2pm. Meals started off with options like a Harvest Salad, Asian Noodle Salad, Israeli Couscous Salad with grilled vegetables tossed in lemon vinaigrette, fresh fruit, Smoked Salmon with traditional accompaniments, Citrus-Poached Shrimp, assorted pastries, and cheese and charcuterie. Entrees from the kitchen included dishes such as Eggs Benedict, Sweet Potato Pancakes, Herb Roasted Chicken, Egg White Frittata. Kids also enjoyed  Mickey Waffles, Chocolate Chip Pancakes, eggs, bacon and sausage, and even Crispy Chicken Tenders with fries.

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Disney’s Yacht Club Resort offered a Mother’s Day Brunch full of flavor. From 7:30am to 2pm at Ale & Compass Restaurant, guests enjoyed endless assortments of savory flatbreads, fresh fruit, yogurt parfaits, breads and spreads, smoked salmon, and house-baked pastries. Starters were followed up with delicious entrees like Blueberry-Bacon Pancakes, Salted Caramel French Toast, Eggs Benedict, Steak and Eggs, Pasta Primavera, Lobster Roll, or Fish and Chips. On the kids menu, there were Mickey Waffles, Pancakes, Ham and Egg Sandwiches, Grilled Chicken, Ravioli, and Cheeseburgers. Guests over the age of 21 also enjoyed specialty raspberry, strawberry, pineapple, or cranberry mimosas as well as a Bloody Mary Flight.

Just across the lake at Disney’s BoardWalk, Flying Fish offered a special Mother’s Day prix fixe menu with optional wine pairings from 3:30pm-9:30pm.  Meals began with Ahi Tuna with caper, blue lavender, and black Cyprus salt paired with Kim Crawford Spitfire Sauvignon Blanc. And for the entrées, guests enjoyed Filet Mignon with wild Floridian shrimp and crab, served with delta asparagus, Idaho potato, and hollandaise and paired with Penner-Ash Pinot Noir. For the finale, the Spring Garden Fruit Tart with brulee custard, bush berries, orange chiffon, and strawberry rhubarb sorbet.  Those delicious items were paired with Veuve Clicquot Rose. In addition, this experience included complimentary roses as well as a photographer who provided photos at the end of the meal, free of charge.

Over at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa, Turf Club Bar and Grill served a Mother’s Day Brunch from 10am-2pm. For the opening course, a choice of Steel Cut Oatmeal, Greek Yogurt Parfait, Peppered Smoked Salmon, or Berry Salad. For Entrees, guests had a choice from a selection of dishes such as Croque-Madame Black Forest Ham and Gruyére Cheese, Slow Roasted Ranchers Reserve Prime Rib, Gourmet Blend Burger with Crispy Pork Belly, Saratoga Springs Eggs Benedict with Manhattan Steak Medallion, or S’mores Style Buttermilk Waffles with marshmallow and chocolate, to name a few. For a sweet finale, a Mother’s Day Medley of Sweet Temptations. Specialty adult beverages available included an Island Grove Blueberry Moscato, Tropical Mimosas with Passion Orange Guava Juice, and the Turf Club Bloody Mary.

At Disneyland Resort, Mother’s Day was celebrated with a memorable meal at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa. Storytellers Café offered a bounteous breakfast buffet from 7am-11:30am as well as a dinner buffet from 11:30am-9:45pm. In addition, as a special Mother’s Day treat, Chip and Dale and other Disney Pals were around to greet guests throughout the entire day!

Kale Salad at Storytellers Cafe at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa

Steakhouse 55 at Disneyland Hotel had a special Mother’s Day Tasting Menu. For the starter course, guests enjoyed an Heirloom Tomato and Melon Salad with marinated artichokes, petite mache, fresh mozzarella, and peppermint vinaigrette. For the entrée course, a savory Broiled 8-ounce Filet Mignon with brown butter mashed potatoes, broccolini, balsamic pearl onions, and maniari port demi. And for dessert – you’ll love the Vanilla Bean Crème Brulee with a chocolate tart shell, poached peach, and raspberry mascarpone.

As you can see, it certainly was a truly magical Mother’s Day at all of the Disney Parks.

If you ever want to chat about Disney, come over to Goldwiser in Old Town Spring.  We are open from 10 am to 7 pm Monday through Saturday and located at 1122 Spring Cypress Rd., Spring, TX 77373.  Let’s talk some Disney World! While you’re at it, bring your old gold, silver and platinum jewelry and old coins and gift cards. Maybe you can get some extra cash for a Disney trip!

(Information from Disney Parks Blog)

 

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  3. Tip out the mixture onto a lightly floured worksurface and knead for 5 mins until you have a smooth, springy dough.
  4. Roll out into a thin round (you may have to stretch it with your hands a little) and place on a floured baking sheet.
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Fantastic Ways To Celebrate Mother’s Day at Walt Disney World – Part 3

Fantastic Ways To Celebrate Mother’s Day at Walt Disney World – Part 3

 

Will you be paying a visit to Walt Disney World during Mother’s Day (May 13th)?  Then Disney World provides a wide range of magical ways to show your Disney-loving mom just how much she means to you.  So for those searching for the perfect Mother’s Day treat, here are a few suggestions on ways to say “Thanks Mom!”

For Mothers with a Sense of Adventure – If you have the sort of mom that prefers to get-up-and-go then Disney has a wide range of fantastic options.  Why not head on over to the Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground’s Tri-Circle D Ranch and saddle up with a Trail Ride?  There are also carriage rides that can be booked in advance and mom will also be able to see the amazing horses that pull Cinderella’s carriage. There’s also the Wilderness Back Trail Adventure where mom can climb aboard a Segway on a journey through the campground’s beautiful Cyprus forests.  For those looking for something more adrenaline-fueled, Mom can indulge in a parasailing excursion at Sammy Duvall’s WaterSports Center which departs from Disney’s Contemporary Resort.  Many Walt Disney World resorts also offer bike rentals so hop on and take a pedal around your magnificent resort! Reservations for the trail rides and parasailing can be made by calling 407.WDW.PLAY. Bicycle rentals can be arranged on the day at your Walt Disney World resort of choice.

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Give Her a Fireworks Experience She’ll Never Forget-  The cherry on top of the perfect Disney-day has to be the incredible Happily Ever After fireworks display which takes place nightly at the Magic Kingdom.  Disney has the perfect way to enjoy this spectacle via the Fireworks Dessert Party at Tomorrowland Terrace.  Trust us when we say that it will leave your mom feeling like a VIP! This dessert party offers a delicious array of goodies including character-themed cupcakes, ice cream, chocolate mousse, and chocolate dipped strawberries.  Guests can also choose from a range of hot and cold beverages like sparkling cider, hot chocolate, teas, coffees and lemonades.   Guests will also get to enjoy the views of Cinderella’s Castle from your own private table at Tomorrowland Terrace.  There is a separate admission to attend the Fireworks Dessert Party.  A Disney representative can inform you of the admission price.  Guests visiting during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party or Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party should note that special seasonal versions of this party exist featuring specially themed treats and views of the party fireworks.

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For the Mom that Loves to Shop –  If your mom loves to bring her Disney memories home with her, then why not head on over to Disney Ever After Jewelery Co. Recently opened in the Town Square area of Disney Springs, this boutique carries a wide selection of jewelery, handbags, and even stylish mouse ears. Be sure to check the schedule as a highlight of visiting the shop is an enviable range of special events including trunk shows, designer appearances and more!

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A Night Without the Kids – Traveling to Disney World as a family doesn’t mean you can’t treat mom to an “Adults-Only” night on the town. Walt Disney World Resort offers an in-room babysitting service. Disney works with an independent childcare provider Kid’s Nite Out which offers one-to-one babysitting services directly to your Walt Disney World Resort hotel room.  Kids will be able to enjoy arts and crafts, reading, playing games and other fun activities. The service is available for children between 6 months up to 12 years of age.  Guests should note that the sitters will not take children outside of the guest rooms so activities like swimming, campfires or Movies Under the Stars are out of the question when using this service. The cost varies depending on the number of children.

Though Mother’s Day comes but once a year, most of the Mother’s Day treats listed above are available all year round.  So pick the one that suits your Mom best and be sure to include it as a special “Thank You” next time you’re at Walt Disney World.

If you ever want to chat about Disney, come over to Goldwiser in Old Town Spring.  We are open from 10 am to 7 pm Monday through Saturday and located at 1122 Spring Cypress Rd., Spring, TX 77373.  Let’s talk some Disney World! While you’re at it, bring your old gold, silver and platinum jewelry and old coins and gift cards. Maybe you can get some extra cash for a Disney trip!

Happy Mother’s Day to all moms!!

(information from disneyaddicts.com)

 

 

 

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Olive oil is a liquid fat obtained from olives (the fruit of Olea europaea; family Oleaceae), a traditional tree crop of the Mediterranean Basin. The oil is produced by pressing whole olives. It is commonly used in cooking, whether for frying or as a salad dressing. It is also used in cosmeticspharmaceuticals, and soaps, and as a fuel for traditional oil lamps, and has additional uses in some religions. There is limited evidence of its possible health benefits. The olive is one of three core food plants in Mediterranean cuisine; the other two are wheat and grapes.

Olive trees have been grown around the Mediterranean since the 8th millennium BC. Spain is the largest producer of olive oil, followed by Italy and Greece. However, per capita consumption is highest in Greece, followed by Spain, Italy, and Morocco. Consumption in North America and northern Europe is far less, but rising steadily.

The composition of olive oil varies with the cultivar, altitude, time of harvest and extraction process. It consists mainly of oleic acid (up to 83%), with smaller amounts of other fatty acids including linoleic acid (up to 21%) and palmitic acid (up to 20%). Extra virgin olive oil is required to have no more than 0.8% free acidity and is considered to have favorable flavocharacteristics

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Fantastic Ways To Celebrate Mother’s Day at Walt Disney World – Part 2

Fantastic Ways To Celebrate Mother’s Day at Walt Disney World – Part 2

Will you be paying a visit to Walt Disney World during Mother’s Day (May 13th)?  Then Disney World provides a wide range of magical ways to show your Disney-loving mom just how much she means to you.  So for those searching for the perfect Mother’s Day treat, here are 10 suggestions on ways to say “Thanks Mom!”

How about Dinner and A Show? –  For something exotic, treat mom to a Rivers of Light Dining Package over at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.   This special dining offer includes a delicious meal at either Tiffins or Tusker House where mom can enjoy an eclectic range of World Cuisine before enjoying special reserved seating for Animal Kingdoms dazzling nighttime spectacular.   River of Light features amazing light displays, special effects, water projections and live theater in mesmerizing celebration of the connection between humans and animals.  Advanced booking for the Rivers of Light Dining package is essential and can be made via My Disney Experience or by calling 407.WDW.DINE.

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Treat mom to a tour.  – Disney World offers an impressive array of tours that add an extra element of fun to your Disney days.  Whether you’re going scuba-diving in the massive aquarium at Epcot’s The Seas Pavilion, learning some behind-the-scenes secrets during the Keys to the Kingdom tour our dangling above a hippopotamus enclosure on the Wild African Trek, there’s something that all moms will love.  One of our favorite tours has to the be the Savor the Savanna Evening Safari Experience.  This unique offering gives guests the opportunity to hop aboard a private safari vehicle and enjoy an expedition through the Wildlife Reserve.  You’ll stop at an exclusive viewing area where you get to sample regional beers, wines and African-inspired tapas while watching the beautiful sunset.  Anyone age 8 and above is free to take part. For more information on the many tours on offer contact Disney directly at 407.WDW.TOUR.

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For Moms With a Green Thumb – Speaking of tours, if gardening is a favorite past-time for your mom then you may want to treat her to one of two exciting tours now available as part of Epcot’s International Flower and Garden Festival which is running at Epcot until May 28, 2018.  The English Tea Garden Tour, which is presented by Twinings of London takes place in the homey English Tea Garden found at the World Showcase’s UK Pavilion. Here guests will learn about the importance of tea on British Culture, the different varieties of teas and how they are grown.  Or for those looking for some behind-the-scenes Festival magic, there is also the Gardens of the World Tour where guests will join Disney’s amazing horticulture experts to learn about all of the steps that go into preparing the impressive flora and fauna displays found at the Festival including the delightful themed topiaries.

Tune in for more ideas for Mother’s Day Disney style in Part 3.

If you ever want to chat about Disney, come over to Goldwiser in Old Town Spring.  We are open from 10 am to 7 pm Monday through Saturday and located at 1122 Spring Cypress Rd., Spring, TX 77373.  Let’s talk some Disney World! While you’re at it, bring your old gold, silver and platinum jewelry and old coins and gift cards. Maybe you can get some extra cash for a Disney trip!

(information from disneyaddicts.com)

 

Fantastic Ways To Celebrate Mother’s Day at Disney World – Part 1

Fantastic Ways To Celebrate Mother’s Day at Disney World – Part 1

Will you be paying a visit to Walt Disney World during Mother’s Day (May 13th)?  Then Disney World provides a wide range of magical ways to show your Disney-loving mom just how much she means to you.  So for those searching for the perfect Mother’s Day treat, here are some suggestions on ways to say “Thanks Mom!”

Spoil Mom with a Spa Treatment – Provide mom with an opportunity to take some time out from those busy theme park days to enjoy a bit of pampering at Senses – A Disney Spa.  There are two convenient locations: Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa and Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort.  With an enviable range of options from massages, body treatments, facials, manicures and pedicures; there’s something that’s bound to appeal to any mom!  For a special Disney-themed surprise, why not treat her to a Disney-themed manicure that will transform her nails into Disney-inspired works of art.

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Be Creative with a Cake Decorating Class –  Next time you’re at Walt Disney World, allow mom to indulge her creativity (and her sweet tooth) by pre-arranging a cake decorating class at Amorette’s Patisserie located next to the World of Disney Store in Disney Springs.   Amorette’s has garnered a huge following due to their delectable Mickey Mouse dome cakes (pictured) and now its mom’s chance to get in on the fun and create one of her own.   During these 90-minute classes, guests will be led by expert pastry chefs who will take them through every step of the process in bringing one of these Disney-themed edible works of art to life.  Reservations for this experience are available to book about 6 months out and can be hard to come by.  You can reserve your spot at DisneyWorld.com/dining.

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Treat Mom to A Mother’s Day Brunch – If they way to your mom’s heart is through her tummy, then treat her to an exclusive DVC Member Mother’s Day Brunch at Disney’s Contemporary Resort.  This year’s brunch held on May 13, 2018, will have an Alice In Wonderland theme.  Here guests will be able to take pictures with some of your favorite Alice In Wonderland Characters. The event will be held at the Fantasmic Ballroom at Disney’s Contemporary Resort from 11:oo am -1:00pm.  The cost to attend is $57.95 per adult and $32.95 per child.  Reservations are essential and member booking opens up on Monday, May 6, 2018.  DVC Member ID is required for admission and guests are required to pay in full at the time of booking.  Reservations can be made by calling DVC Member Services at 1.800.800.9800.

More ways to treat that special woman in your life in Part 2 so stay tuned!

If you ever want to chat about Disney, come over to Goldwiser in Old Town Spring.  We are open from 10 am to 7 pm Monday through Saturday and located at 1122 Spring Cypress Rd., Spring, TX 77373.  Let’s talk some Disney World! While you’re at it, bring your old gold, silver and platinum jewelry and old coins and gift cards. Maybe you can get some extra cash for a Disney trip!

(Information from disneyaddicts.com)

 

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Dining at Disney World’s Soon-to-Open Toy Story Land

Dining at Disney World’s Soon-to-Open Toy Story Land

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Disney fanatics are eagerly awaiting the opening of Toy Story Land at Walt Disney World on June 30—and they should come with a big appetite.

While Disneyland in California is getting the building version of the movie’s Pizza Planet restaurant, the Orlando park will be the home of Woody’s Lunch Box, a quick-service restaurant serving up savory sandwiches, creative desserts and specialty beverages.

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The Chew‘s resident food experts Carla HallMichael Symon and Clinton Kelly got a preview of the fare on a recent show, tasting the BBQ Brisket Melt and a Chocolate-Hazelnut Lunchbox Tart (which is garnished with bacon)—and the reviews were overwhelmingly positive.

Other signature items include their version of a Monte Cristo with turkey, ham, raspberry jam and dijon mustard on griddled, custard-soaked brioche bread, and Totchos—tater tot nachos in the style of Frito Pie, basically—with a base of potato “barrels” topped with beef chili, queso, tomatoes, corn chips, sour cream and scallions.

And listen up, alchol lovers —  In addition to standard fountain drinks, adults can sip on six different beer options or their signature cocktail, the Grown Up’s Lemonade, made up of black cherry vodka, lemonade and black cherry purée. All drinks can be ordered in an Alien Sipper which features a light-up claw as seen in the film.

When they’re not eating, guests can ride the Slinky Dog Dash, a family-friendly coaster, and Alien Swirling Saucers, which appears to be a teacups-style spinner (though you might want to wait a bit after your meal before that one).

According to an earlier release from Disney, Toy Story Land will “transport guests into the adventurous outdoors of Andy’s backyard” and make them feel like they’ve shrunk down to the size of a toy.

Can’t wait to visit Toy Story Land and dine at Woody’s Lunch Box!!  Yay!

If you ever want to chat about Disney, come over to Goldwiser in Old Town Spring.  We are open from 10 am to 7 pm Monday through Saturday and located at 1122 Spring Cypress Rd., Spring, TX 77373.  Let’s talk some Disney World! While you’re at it, bring your old gold, silver and platinum jewelry and old coins and gift cards. Maybe you can get some extra cash for a Disney trip!

(Information from People.com food section)

 

Former Disney World cast members share Guest’s Interactions – Part 3

Former Disney World cast members share Guest’s Interactions – Part 3

  • Walt Disney World employees, also known as cast members, are trained in the art of creating a positive experience for guests.
  • But some visitors to the famed Orlando park don’t make things easy for the people who work there.
  • Business Insider spoke with eight former Disney World cast members to get an idea of the most annoying guest behaviors.

Blaming cast members for things they can’t control

Sometimes nobody’s to blame when things go wrong.

Florida weather can be unpredictable. Many cast members at the park have nothing to do with operating rides, which need to shut down from time to time, and most have no say over the prices in the park.

So scapegoating cast members isn’t the way to react to misfortune at Disney World.

“If a ride goes down, don’t blame the cast members,” a former Disney cast member who worked in Future World in Epcot, told Business Insider. “It isn’t their fault. Just be nice. We appreciate it.”

Another cast member stated, “People would come to us with the strangest requests and complaints — like for some reason it was our job as the merchandise cast members near Splash Mountain to make up for someone having a bad experience on the ride itself when that wasn’t even our department.”

While Disney trips can be pricey, it’s not possible for cast members to hand out discounts, so don’t ask.

“There are definite ways to cut costs,” said one cast member. “You are able to bring in your own food and drinks — no alcohol — so anything food-related could be sourced from home.”

Then there are guests who start “screaming at you over something nobody has control over, like the rain.” “‘Why is it raining? I paid so much to come here!’ And the cast member stands there with a smile, thinking — all right, I’ll control the weather next time, sorry about that,”.

Forgetting that you’re speaking to another human who’s probably going to do their best to try to fix your problem

“Remember that the cast member that you’re talking to is human,”

Guests should not assume the worst about cast members before they even have a chance to resolve the situation.

“Disney cast members are there for the guest first and foremost,” stated one cast member. “They’re going to try to help you out in any way that they can. Know that they’re coming from a good place.”

“Just be kind,” all cast members agreed. “Please be kind. If you are having a bad day, just be nice. It takes zero energy to be nice, and it takes so much energy to be negative and take your frustrations out on the poor cast member who’s just trying to do their job.”

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(Information from Business Insider)

Former Disney World cast members share Guest’s Interactions – Part 2

Former Disney World cast members share Guest’s Interactions – Part 2

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  • Walt Disney World employees, also known as cast members, are trained in the art of creating a positive experience for guests.
  • But some visitors to the famed Orlando park don’t make things easy for the people who work there.
  • Business Insider spoke with eight former Disney World cast members to get an idea of the most annoying guest behaviors.

Demanding “magical moments”

Magical moments are a Disney Parks tradition.

The Disney Information Station defines a magical moment as “a spur-of-the-moment act of kindness between cast members and the guests.” It can be something like a cast member slipping a family a free FastPass or giving a child a free pin or Mickey Mouse sticker.

Jake Kleckner, a former Disney World cast member who worked in Frontierland, told Business Insider that “giving away free stuff” was one of his favorite things to do.

“I did it so much more than I was supposed to because I just thought it was so fun to surprise someone,” he said.

Though the moments are supposed to be spontaneous, cast members often use them to fix problems or cheer up guests — they might give a kid who dropped their ice-cream cone a certificate for a replacement.

But you shouldn’t ask for a magical moment. You’ll just be putting cast members in an awkward spot.

One of the former cast members interviewed said she encountered several guests who explicitly asked for free stuff and magical moments.

“I was like, no, that’s not how that works,” she told Business Insider. “It’s a magical moment because it happens when you’re not expecting it, not when you ask for it.” “Don’t ask cast members for magical moments, because it’s probably not going to happen.”

Another cast member described one magical moment that led to a situation he said left a bad taste in his mouth.

He had just given a kid who was at the park by himself a free FastPass to Splash Mountain to brighten his day, but then a man who had witnessed the magical moment walked up and demanded the passes for his whole family.

“It was just like, I can’t believe you’re taking advantage of the kindness that we have set aside for people who might actually be experiencing a bad time,” he said. “I knew at the back of my mind that if I said no, I’d get in trouble. All he had to do was go tell someone that he asked me for something and I didn’t give it to him, and I most likely would’ve gotten in trouble.”

He said guests shouldn’t ask for free things and magical moments because it goes against the spirit of the tradition and is unfair to cast members and other guests.

My family has received magical moments on two separate occasions.  No, don’t ask me what they were — it was just a cast member doing something nice!!

 

Getting too obsessive about trading pins

A former cast member who worked in Frontierland, told Business Insider that she was sometimes concerned with how older guests went about trading pins with children and cast members.

“Often, they would pick out the best ones for themselves and leave the kids with the ones that weren’t so favorable,” she told Business Insider. “Don’t get me wrong, I understand how pin trading works — it was just sad at times to see younger kids miss out on some great pins as a result of older people wanting these.”

This particular cast member said she would purchase pins herself to give to younger guests.

“Often, kids would work so hard for pins,” she said, “and they really deserved these.”

Sometimes cast members have encountered pin hunters who’d interrupt them in the middle of a rush or even grab their shoulders to get their attention.

“They’d be like, ‘Can I please see your pins?'” he said. “I’d be like, ‘Of course you can.’ But what I wanted to say was: ‘Don’t touch me. Your fascination with the pieces of metal around my neck is not more important than my personal space.’ I never got to say that.”

Pins are fun to collect and this cast member said he kept his collection. But he said some guests’ “obsessive” behavior about the pins was enough to make him uncomfortable.

“We got in trouble if we didn’t wear our pin lanyards,” he said. “But truly and honestly sometimes I just left mine in my car.”

For myself and my family, none of us have gotten into pin collecting.  I do have a few that I have collected but I don’t go out of my way to find pins.

If you ever want to chat about Disney, come over to Goldwiser in Old Town Spring.  We are open from 10 am to 7 pm Monday through Saturday and located at 1122 Spring Cypress Rd., Spring, TX 77373.  Let’s talk some Disney World! While you’re at it, bring your old gold, silver and platinum jewelry and old coins and gift cards. Maybe you can get some extra cash for a Disney trip!

(Information from Business Insider)

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