As my children were growing up my Husband and I enjoyed going to Disneyland Paris.
We had wonderful family holidays.
Eventually we could afford to go to Disney World Florida and found that to have the ultimate holiday and Disney experience it was better to plan the trip thoroughly, mainly because of fatigue the weather and the time.
We would start at the park fairly early before the crowds arrived, then early afternoon, have a break, either back to the Hotel or accommodation, chill out in the pool or have a nap. Go back to the park for more fun and excitement, rides for all ages, music and dancing, meeting characters from Disney films, shows, adventure areas, fantastic detailed scenery, a lovely atmosphere with helpful and friendly staff creating a feeling of warmth and security with happy smiling faces.
As the evening draws in the crowds begin to disappear, now is the time to go on your favourite rides.
Make sure you check out the times of the shows and parades, when you’re tired it’s great to watch one of the fabulous music extravaganza shows, or we always find the train that goes around the park is a lovely relaxing thing to do. The children are happy because they are on a train and you get to see the whole of the park.
There is so much to see and worth doing a little research before you go, talk to friends who have been, also I recommend the informative web-sites- www.orlando-maps.info and www.visitorsite.info
Walt Disney World is an amazing place to visit, it caters for all, with its four parks i.e. Magic Kingdom, MGM, Animal Kingdom, and EPCOT.
Go and have the time of your life!