Misty Jordan



I’ll admit it. I was a late comer to understanding the magic of Disney!  The first time I visited was with my husband when I was 30 years old! I wasn’t really interested in theme parks and thought, “well, I can lay by the pool for a week”.  Boy, was I wrong! That first trip was a whirlwind mostly because I didn’t plan it at all. We ended up feeling frenzied and exhausted. I mean, how can you possibly fit in everything and still be able to walk each day?  Since then, my husband and I honeymooned at Disney and now our two little girls have visited Disney over 20 times! I’m a high school teacher and I even plan a school trip with 20 teenagers every February!

The major reason I love having my vacations at Disney is that it never gets old and there is always more to explore! Plus, there is no customer service like Disney. They take care of every need and dream that you have. I can’t wait to help you discover all the new attractions and changes that have happened recently to all the parks!

Whether you are traveling with tiny tots, moody teenagers or even just a romantic vacation, I’ve planned and done it all and I can’t wait to help make your Disney dreams come true!

Some of my Disney Favorites:

Resorts:  Coronado Springs (we love the waterslide and the 23 person hot tub), Grand Floridian (who wouldn’t want the luxury and convenience of this resort! It’s only 5 minutes until you are inside Magic Kingdom and depending on your room, you can watch the fireworks from your balcony), Carribean Beach Resort (we LOVE the new SKYLINER! It takes only 10 minutes to get to EPCOT!), Art of Animation (we love the family suites especially the Finding Nemo rooms which make you feel like you are under water and wait until you see the dining table that turns into a bed!), Pop Century is great especially if you are on a budget!

Rides:  Small World (my daughters are young! Ever wondered how many times you can ride Small World in a day?  Well, we did it 9 times once!), Dumbo (it sure does make you feel like a kid again), Frozen, Star Wars Rise of the Resistance, The Millenium Falcon Smugglers Run (my husband and I are huge Star Wars fans)  and our ultimate favorite Soarin’ (ever wondered what it feels like to fly?)

Eats:  Teppan Edo (delicious and fun Hibatchi in Epcot), O’hana (love the food and the coconut races), Akerhaus (why wouldn’t you want all the classic princesses to spend time with you at your dinner table?), Be Our Guest (try the gray stuff, it really is delicious)

Treats:  Eating funnel cakes in the morning right beside Cinderella Castle! Dole Whip, and you’ll never see my husband without popcorn in his hand!

Experiences:  Epcot International Festival of the Arts, Epcot Seas Adventures-Dolphins in Depth, Flower and Garden Festival, Pirate Adventure Cruise,Keys to the Kingdom Tour