Four years ago we went to Disney World just my family and me, we had so much fun that we decided we would go again in four years. We started planning the next trip almost immediately; we were all so excited to go back. It was not going to be just us this time; my aunt and uncle’s family would be coming with us this time. I remember waiting those four years, and they felt like forever. When it finally came time to start packing (three days in advance) we made sure to prepare for what we did not last time.
Traveling is something many families want to experience, especially ones with children. Unfortunately, the difficult part of planning a vacation can be deciding where to travel. One place that offers the perfect mix of entertainment for all ages is Orlando. There are plenty of beautiful beaches nearby, but the fun doesn’t stop there. Orlando has numerous theme parks and attractions located in or near the city, including Disney World, Universal Studios, and SeaWorld.
A Day at Disney World In April of 2010, my dad, mom, and I traveled to Orlando, Florida. We stayed there for about a little over a week and it was so much fun. On one of the Wednesdays we were there we started off the day by going to Walt Disney World. We began by going through security, which nobody likes because it takes a little time out of your day, but it keeps everyone safe so it is an appreciable thing. While we were going through security we saw moms and dads being annoyed by their screaming children.
The Disney World Resort has a massive size and is composed of four theme parks and two water parks. Due to Disney World’s massive size, the resort takes many more days to achieve the Disney experience and families must choose some attractions to not visit. While some people think that Disney World is impossible to navigate, it provides a complimentary transportation system to get from park to park and getting between theme parks and resorts. Disney World is also able to offer a wider variety and more attractions to experience than Disneyland. Also, Disney World has greater potential for expansion.
Once we got through the front gates I just stopped and it felt like the whole world around me froze it was just the feeling of being there I couldn’t quite believe it, it was just like I got told it was I could smell the freshly made sweet popcorn from the popcorn vans as I walked down the street towards the castle. In the distance I saw a crowd so me and my family walked over to it the crowed broke up a little bit and then we saw it, it was Mickey I ran as fast as I could and hugged him and I remember saying
I saw the castle as we pulled in. It towered above everything I could see and it sparkled like a freshly polished diamond, I remember thinking, “That's where the princesses are.” And then we arrived. Waiting in line to get into the park tested my already paper thin, four year old patience. The smell of
While others make lists like ‘15 places to visit before you die’ or ’10 awesome places to release your inner adventurer ’ we present to you ’15 Places you aren’t allowed to visit’. They are ultra secretive or downright scary, soo take a good look now because the chance to visit some of them is zero. #15 CLUB 33 Disneyland is a place where every kid dreams of going some day. If you are parent on the other side that means long lines for the rides, over priced souvenirs and thousands of screaming children. Most of the visitors there probably never heard of Club 33, the only magical place grown ups need.
Development: Disney world is a place where our childhood dreams become true. My daughters spend every minute there identifying, asking for autographs and/or taking photos and selfies with their favorite fairytale characters. My husband and I became children like them when we are enjoining the attractions. My mother, who is 76 years old, loves to visit the parks even driving her scooter from one attraction to other. There are different and awesome theme parks to visit.
So the first day we went to Magic Kingdom, the second day we went to Epcot, the third day we went to Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios, the fourth day we went to Downtown Disney, and the last day we didn’t do much since we had to leave that day. There were just so many things to do at Disney World. We saw a light parade, in the dark, while it was raining the first full day we were there. Another day we were there, we went to a Fantasmic show at Hollywood Studios. Fantasmic was this play thing where all of the Disney characters acted out a really interesting skit.
The parks planned to go too were a mix of Disney and a split trip to SeaWorld and Universal. Then lots of R&R at the hotel.Additionally, spending time with family means the world to many. Often times we get so lost in work, school and just generally life that we forget to make time for what’s important. In my family we are seven kids and six adults. We were clearly outnumbered this time.