20 miles south of Orlando, Walt Disney World covers 43 square miles and includes four separate theme parksthe original ... More
Walt Disney World
20 miles south of Orlando, Walt Disney World covers 43 square miles and includes four separate theme parksthe original Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Disney's Animal Kingdom. There are also water parks, hotels, campgrounds, lots of restaurants, fireworks and fun!
To go to Disney World you need to pay a lot of money, and also need to spend at least a week at Disney World because there are so much parks. The recreation is amazing as you enter magic kingdom, its like entering the past and the future. As you go to Main St its like a historic town, then as you get to the Cinderellas Castle you make a right there is Tomorrow land with many rides like Space Mountain , and Astro Barrier its like the future. There are so many fantastic parades in Magic Kingdom, I went to the Disney world in the passover of December, and there was the Electrical Parade and the Christmas Parade. The Christmas Parade had nutcrackers walking and playing the trumpet. The Electrical Parade had robotics like dragons, bees, turtles and more with Disney Characters on top. Great Engineering Huh! PS Magic Kingdom has great Restaurants.
In Epcot its like entering in the worlds history and future. As you enter you should always go first to Epcots Ball. When you enter there is a roller coaster but its goes slow for like 5 MPH. It tells you about how Technology got invented from BC times to now, then you enter into "space" and you see Planet Earth its a (Planetarium). Then there are souvineers and stores, and restaurants, also a Beautiful Fountain. You should always explore the countries Mexico, Norway, Germany, Morraco, China, Japan, Italy, France, Canada, and United Kingdom. PS Epcot has the worst Restaurants.
Blizzard Beach is the best water park in Orlando, Florida. With the tallest water slide in the US better known as the Summit Plummit. When you enter there its like hiking to a mountain. With cable cars going up the summit. the Mountain has a bunch of rides to go on, the best one is Teamboat Springs. Oh Disney World
We got there on August 15th (the day after peak/pricey season ends) and loved it. we stayed for a week and spent a day at each park, the whole trp cost about $1000 per person, if you book through the disney website and stay at a disney hotel you can get the meal plan for free during the off season, which helps a lot for 24 year olds. Also you get free transportation to and from the airport, and to and from each park. We didnt need to worry about getting our bags at the airport, we put our magical express tags on our bags at Newark and they were waiting in our hotel room when we checked in.
We stayed at Disneys Carribean beach resort, which has a tropical feel with a pool for each group of buildings and carribean fort themed pool in the main area with waterslides. The hotel has (free) busses leaving for each park every 15 minutes starting 1 hour before the parks open. As guests at a disney owned hotel we could get to the parks before they open for general admission of stay up to 4 hours after the parks close.
Most of the guidebooks say you need more than one day to explore each park but this is not true. If you dont have children slowing you down you can do everything you want to do in more than enough time, we even left hollywood studios early because we had done EVERYTHING. Everything meaning things that a young at heart 23 year old girl and an old at heart 24 your old guy would want to do, no mickey's toon town fair for us.
The best times we had, aside from riding splash mountain 4 times with little wait thanks to the fast pass system, was during the shows. I still think about Indiana Jones and the stunt show even though i had seen them before, maybe 15 years ago.
Epcot was by far our favorite park, not just because kids dont like it so their arent as many of them. My girlfriend was doubtful that she would enjoy it but new an old guy like me would enjoy seeing all of the different countries. the rides were great especially test track, and we spent from probably 8am to 11 pm here. seeing the different countries and cultures was amazing. We read in a guide book that the best place to watch the fireworks is by great britain and that we needed to get there early. when we showed up the area by the lake was roped off so my girlfriend asked if people would be allowed by the water for the fireworks. the attendant said not in that area but he gave us a special pass that allowed us to get up close in france. we were right ont he water and couldnt believe all we had to do was ask to get a great perk like this.
The most incredible part is how affordable it was. $1000 each covered round trip airfai from Newark, all transportation, a week at the hotel, and all meals. The average dinner price was $40 per person but since it was the slow season and the meal plan was free, we didnt pay too much attention.
All in all this was the best vacation ever, i definitely reccomend it to anyone who is thinking about going
Dear Person Below Me,
You probably said that Walt Disney World in Florida was a bad experience to you because you live in California and are biased. You can not spell correctly so I suggest you not write reviews to people when you are illiterate in the first place. Thank you for making Disney seem like a bad place.
Pure magic. Feels like a dream when you walk in and cast members are sooooo friendly! Good for EVERYONE!!! it is a MUST SEE. I love all four parks especially Animal KIngdom! if youve never been you gotta go!Better then any other park in area! (Universal is DISGUSTING) Especially this year!!! LET THE MEMORIES BEGIN and have fun!!!
The Happiest Place On EARTH...I went for new years....what a celebration...everything was lit up, beautiful lights, parks were very clean...place was packed...i try to go at leat once a month...jfk to mco quick weekend..its better than therapy....proberly been there at least 15 times in the last 2 years...everytime is just as good as the last time..DISNEY does a really good job, stayed at pop century this time...great hotel, clean...fun pool...good food..going back in march...frankie k.
i always go to disney i guess you may say i live there. i love everything about disney. i went to Tony's town square however and wasn't that happy. the food came out cold and the server just seemed like oh whatever. then i went to cinderellas role table. that was fab. the food and show was amazing and the servers actually gave great service to there guest. i will for sure go back to walt disney world and when we went to see bell (it was my daughters 4th birthday) bell made it extra special for her. and at the end of the day we left with smiles thats the important things after all right. just castmemmebers doing there job. you guys are awesome dream makers.
I went to Disneyworld long ago, but now I reflect on it in this review. My review is probably long, and might take time to read. I was, only a kid. Well, we stayed at the Polynesian Resort, I have no clue which one, which we loved. The rooms were beautiful, with room service and 2 pools. One pool has slide in pool, one is quiet and relaxing. Now I can't quite remember everything but I'll give my main points. Every time we met someone, they were the nicest people in the world. I remember all the workers playing with the young ones, and the place is great for kids! We had delicious food in every country, all genuine. I swear I ate the best spaghetti ever in Italy. Now, the monorails may have been the highest point of my trip. It's odd, but they fascinated me and every kid I saw on that train. Loved them! We were able to rent a speed boat drive around in the bay for a while. If you like to have family fun and adventures, have fun! Now, when you look at this, I didn't go in 2005. I went in 1998? Yes, 1998.
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