Anything related to the hotels, restaurants on property, stores, and hints/tips to navigating the World. I can also talk about the animals and their nutrition from Animal Kingdom and some info about the college program.
I worked at WDW for almost four years in different positions (merchandise, attractions, college program recruiting, and animal programs). I also teach travel.
I am currently a high school teacher that teaches hospitality and tourism.
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Well hello again then!! :) If it's two adults, you'll want to discuss with each other about what kind of meals you are interested in. You'll also want to make dining reservations after you've made your
Sounds like fun! Okay, let's go over each piece. 1. Yes, you are correct the best times for low attendance is February or September. I prefer September because it's still warm in the evenings whereas
You've made a great first choice about choosing a Magic Kingdom resort! It will definitely come in handy with your children and taking those all-important mid-day breaks. Both Poly and Contemporary are
Splash Mountain is not a show but another ride at Magic Kingdom. It's a water ride where you sit in twos in a log and go down a big drop and get all wet. It's great on a hot day but the lines are usually
It's a nighttime show at Disney Studios. It includes some really cool special effects with water and lasers as well as fireworks. It has a large cast of characters and some great songs such as "Mine, Mine
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