When I was five years old, my parents took my siblings and I on our first Walt Disney World vacation. I remember dancing on the streets with the Button Dancers (from Mary Poppins), watching the Main Street Electrical Parade, and of course, riding a ton of rides. We were fortunate to travel to WDW several times throughout my childhood, and those trips remain some of my favorite memories.
As an adult with children of my own, I have visited WDW regularly over the last few years- both with my family and on adult-only girls trips (Southern Living magazine regularly ranks Disney World as one of the best destinations for trips with your girlfriends)! Much has changed in planning Disney Vacations from the years of my childhood, and I am happy to help clients navigate all there is to see and do. I truly enjoy planning others’ trips as much as I do my own.
Some of my Disney favorites:
Resorts – Beach Club (I love being able to walk into Epcot and ride the Friendships to Hollywood Studios), Pop Century (great value, newly refurbished rooms and lots of busses!)
Rides – Pirates of the Caribbean, Splash Mountain, Peter Pan’s Flight, Avatar Flight of Passage, Soarin’, Seven Dwarves’ Mine Train, Tower of Terror, Haunted Mansion, Small World
Eats – Garden Grill breakfast, Be Our Guest (any meal) Le Cellier, Skipper Canteen, Satu’li Canteen, Via Napoli
Treats – Dole Whip & Dole Whip Float with Rum, Grey Goose Citron Slush from France Pavilion, Poutine from Canada Pavilion
Experiences – Pre-park opening breakfast and ride combinations, Flower and Garden Festival, Watching the kids take part in Jedi Training, Monorail and Friendship boat rides in between parks