As a seasoned traveler to Walt Disney World, I can answer general or specific questions about all of the attractions including the theme parks, water parks, resorts, Downtown Disney, and dining at and around Disney. I am also a fan of Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure and CityWalk in Orlando. If I can help you with information, I will!
I have traveled with and without children, stayed on and off-site, have purchased the Disney Vacation Club (Disney's "timeshare")and I love WDW!
Always more to see due to constant changes and not enough time to see it all!
More visits = more knowledge (and fun!)
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Greetings, Kendall! As you must know, your question actually is a very long discussion! Honestly I advise you to pick up one of the many very good guides available (For your purpose, I'd recommend
Greetings, Alexis! Although I haven't stayed at either of the value resorts you are considering, I know that they attract younger folks and that guests receive all the same benefits offered to all WDW
Hi, Nikki. Since you are traveling in between holidays (President's Day & Easter/Spring vacation), you may avoid the huge crowds. Good choice! RE: the resorts you mentioned . . . I have stayed
Greetings, Lily! Yes, I can. The lease crowded months are January (except for the weekend over the Martin Luther King holiday usually mid-month) into the first couple of weeks of February; and September
Hi, Julia, Yes, you and your son may wear sandals Or flip flops. However, I do suggest that you consider wearing footwear that provide some support since you will be doing so much walking and/or standing
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