One thing that many park goers (especially rookie park goers) overlook is how to park light and efficient for their time in the parks. This topic is mainly going to focus on how to pack if you do not have infants or toddlers in your groups. I started to go to Disney once my daughter started school so that area is not my area expertise other than to say that packing with an infant or toddler requires a lot more stuff.
I am someone who does not like Halloween. I don’t like dressing up. I don’t like buying candy and giving it out to the neighborhood kids. I use just put it in a bowl and leave it on my front step. However, at Disney, that all changes. I’ve been to two Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Parties. I dressed up for one. I didn’t for other because it was too hot to be in costume. Disney, in my opinion, does a great job with the Halloween party. They turn Halloween into a fun event compared to all the work I have to put in at home to make Halloween enjoyable.
Walt Disney World is a vast playground filled with fun and adventure for people of all ages. When most people think “Disney,” they think of the four theme parks which are the most attended theme parks in the world. However, Walt Disney World has a lot more to offer than just four theme parks. Today’s article is going to take a look on how to spend four days at Walt Disney World and never step foot in the parks. Sounds strange but some people want to experience Disney but not experience the parks. This post is for them. It can be done. Let’s dive into our hypothetical vacation.
I got back from my most recent Disney vacation on Friday and this was my first vacation with a large group. All my other recent vacations had only my wife and daughter as travelers. This trip had my wife’s entire family meeting us there for the week. This caused our travelling party to balloon to 10 people. Getting around Walt Disney World is much more difficult with a group of 10 than with a group of three.
To make matters if more difficult, for everyone that was joining us, it was either their first visit ever or their first visit in a really long time. Some of these problems come from not understanding the size of Walt Disney World while others come from just general problems of travelling around with 10 people.
Planning a Disney trip can be a daunting task even if you planning a vacation for just your immediate family. The task grows even more daunting if you are planning a vacation for a group or a trip with extended family. This article is going to discuss ways to make the task seem less daunting and some tips to use when you are on vacation which can make your vacation with a group or extended family more enjoyable. These tips can be applied to groups both big and small.