Disney Planning Blog
There are lots of factors that go into making your Disney vacation as magical as possible, and on this page you will find some tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your vacation!
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One of the most exciting moments in life is planning your first trip to Disney World! However, with over 25 on-site resort hotels, 4 parks, a downtown entertainment district and countless restaurants, planning can be stressful and confusing. Here are some of my tips and tricks for your first trip to Disney World!
I’m sure most anyone who has experienced Disney World knows that it’s basically a world in itself. If you’re staying on property, you can have most of your needs taken care of without ever leaving the Disney bubble. On a trip with my mother this spring, I learned how true that really is!
My husband and I recently returned from a week of amazing Disney World magic. For our fourth Disney trip as a couple, we decided to try new things outside the normal realm of a typical visit to “The Mouse”. We purposefully only visited the parks for two days out of our time there, opting instead to take the road less traveled…for us anyway.
If you are a parent, you know that traveling anywhere with a child is a process. Babies, in particular, seem to require a disproportionately large amount of stuff to go anywhere. My husband and I have traveled to Walt Disney World many times, so we know how to pack for vacation when it is just the two of us. This year we took our nine-month-old daughter, and having never traveled to Walt Disney World with children, I had a lot of questions!
As the confetti settles from one of the biggest birthday celebrations to ever rock the Disney Parks, many fans are left wondering what the future holds for Walt Disney World. At a recent press event following Mickey Mouse’s birthday, tons of news was announced concerning everything from new shows, resorts and attractions, to expansions of entire lands in the parks, and even new transportation options between the parks and resorts.
If pre-planning where you are going to eat is not a priority when it comes to mapping out your Disney vacation, you are missing out on a huge, and delicious, side of Disney! You will never be hungry or in search of food when at Disney, that’s for sure. Just follow the smells!
As a child I would tell my mother, “I’m an optimistic optimist!” before galavanting off to save an invisible fair maiden on my stick horse. I was a very upbeat kid, as most children are, unbeaten by the unfairness and malice the world sometimes holds as an adult.
As a Disney fan and frequent visitor to Walt Disney World, it was hard for me to contain my excitement and anticipation when I heard rumors of a new Toy Story Land in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Once the opening date was announced, we eagerly awaited the opportunity to see this new addition.
Whether you’re a first-time Walt Disney World visitor or a veteran park-goer, it sometimes can seem that you’re “on a mission” to see and do as much as possible during your vacation. You’re there to have fun and want to make the best use of your time and resources. But it’s important to take care of yourself and not inadvertently spoil the fun.