My Recent Disney Experience I Feel I Should Share With You.
Okay, So I am the proud parent of three great children. Two of which are not so little anymore, actually they are in there twenties. Now there is my one and only son who is of the great age of eight! This past late spring we sprung upon him his first Disney adventure, a trip to Disney World in Florida. I myself had not been to Disney World since my girls were young ,(some fifteen years ago!.) I felt as if I was planning for a trip to an exotic unfamiliar land. A bit stressed I headed to the internet for some “Disney Wisdom”. The Disney World website has a lot of great information as well as The Undercover Tourist website and others.
Planning Your Arrival To A Disney Theme Park Can Be Fun.
Unlike my past visits, the parks are a bit more technical and require a bit more planning. Yes, the key to enjoying “the happiest place on earth” does require work prior to your visit. I know my favorite rides I had to make sure I added to my list first. Times have indeed changed so I had to research some of the newer rides that my newest generation would enjoy. Regardless of your choice of attractions you choose, I have to agree with the many others out there that suggest getting an early start. Arriving at the park prior to rope drop allows you to enjoy several of your must do attractions with minimal wait time. Not to mention morning weather is more comfortable no matter the time of year to get a head start on your great day.
Once I got warmed up, I was on a roll. Exploring useful websites, Disney park maps, and my memorable Disney moments I planned with excitement. There is so much more to enjoy today than when I had my first visit as a child. Its a vacation I highly recommend, there truly is something for everyone and all ages.