“All good things must come to an end and it is the memory that lasts.”
1. Staying at a World Class Disney Resort that featured the following:
2. Access to all of Disney’s Parks, including Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom and their two water parks and Downtown Disney, as well.
3. The Park experiences that we attended each in their own right were extraordinary and well worth the time to visit.
4. Hands down though was Magic Kingdom being our favorite with our girls first trip to Disney, as they loved all the rides and attractions geared more towards their age here, including Fantasyland section of Magic Kingdom, which houses the huge and grand carousel, It’s a Small World, Peter Pan’s Flight, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Journey of the Little Mermaid, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, Mad Tea Party, Seven Dwarf’s Mine Train, The Barnstormer and so much more.
5. Plus, I would be remiss if I didn’t include the princess aspect at Magic Kingdom with Cinderella’s Castle, which found us meeting Elsa and Anna, as well as at the enchanted Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, where my girls got to experience a complete princess makeover with their own fairy godmothers to transform them for that evening dinner at the castle in Cinderella’s Royal Table with Cinderella and all the princesses.
6. The Dining Plan, which allowed for some of the best eating experiences I have had in years, including the aforementioned Cinderella’s Royal Table, our hotel’s own Whispering Canyon Cafe with interactive dining, as well as Downtown Disney’s Irish Pub Raglan Road, which included not only a fabulous traditional Irish menu (the bread pudding is to die for!), but also live entertainment with children getting the opportunity to learn basic Irish Step Dancing on stage with the restaurant’s trained performers/dancers.
1. The Heat –
2. The Rain-
3. The Long Days –
4. The Meltdowns (Kids and Adults Alike) –
5. Stroller Living –
6. The Crowds –
The Bottom Line…
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