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!
We absolutely love Walt Disney World!!!! Personally, I have been to WDW a total of 5 times. I've taken my family twice in the last six years, and we can't wait to go back again! When you go to WDW, you must know what you are getting into. The parks are so big and there is so much to do, that you can't do everything!! You must pace yourself, especially if you have little ones. Also, do research before you go. There are several books out there that explain everything there is to know when your there. Another important thing is picking the right time of year to go. If you go when the parks are packed, you will not have as much as when you go in what is considered the value season. Remember, WDW was built to have fun in, so do just that!!! Enjoy yourself and have fun!!!
You haven't been to a theme park until you go to Disneyworld. We went to Disneyland and thought that was ok - didn't realize how GREAT and DIFFERENT Disneyworld would be. Fantastic. An experience everyone should have. So much to do and so much to see, other attractions close by, younger kids will be fasinated with it, can't wait to go again! You will say, "Whoo Hooo - I've been to DisneyWorld!" Travelers from all over the world come here to visit, this is a true American Vacation destination!
I am a 13 year old girl but every time I go I get transformed back into a little kid. I always am the first to be in line to meet the characters and I alwayas bring my necklace for pin- trading with me!! I love Walt Disney World and I always love to go there!!
going back as an adult you get to relive your childhood. during the day you can go to epcot and magic kingdom. enjoy all the rides and food. not to mention the beautiful landscapes and breathtaking images. go back to your hotel, freshen up to go out for the evening in downtown disney. you can choose from the house of blues and planet hollywood to comedy and dance clubs. there is too much to see and do! no matter how old (or young) you are, there is something for everyone.
I went with my sister about three years ago and then again with my friend the next year. I want to go again and again and again! There is so much to do and so many things to see! This is my favorite place in the world. I would live there if they would let me.
When I first went to Disney I thought it was only for kids and wouldn't enjoy it. But ince I got their I changed my mind! I see why it's so popular! It's an exellent family place! We loved Space Mountain and that Were Rabbit ride! We all want to go next year!
My two boys and I will never forget this trip. We had so much fun! The Rock'NRoller Coaster at MGM is our favorite roller coaster anywhere! I would just caution that it isn't a vacation you can do quickly. You absolutely need at least one or two days PER PARK. Epcot is maybe the only exception if you have kids (it's the most "adult" park; my kids had plenty by the early afternoon). DON'T do this trip with less than a week to spend here; you'll regret it because you just won't be able to fit enough in.
Expect lines (1-2 hours for the most popular rides) if you're going during any school break (it's not fun if you don't bring the kids, right?) Definitely take advantage of the Fast Pass. Do it every chance you get and you'll save HOURS of waiting in line. In the morning, you can fast pass a ride, get in line, then by the time you get off, you can go straight to the front again (doesn't work in the afternoon as the return times get later and later as the day goes by.) Plan your day out so you are as efficient as possible moving around the park. Study the map before you enter and know your "must sees".
I would say it is not worth it to spend more money for the "fancier" hotels but I definitely recommend staying on property. The Caribbean Beach Resort was one of the most affordable and it was perfectly acceptable; very nice, very clean, and a great pool area!
I really think that Disney World was way better than Disney Land in California! There are complete more rides and just a perfect place to spend time with your children! I will give my complet recommendation that this place rocks! It was definetely worth the money!!I am definetely going back!!!!!
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