Disney World Parks and Places
The order of your day-to-day itinerary is the most critical part
of planning a Disney vacation that
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A family of four spends over $450 per day on average for
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||Guides to the least crowded parks per day
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||Advice on the least crowded days (and when)
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||Sample Park Tours to help you avoid lines &
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||My 'Top 5 Itinerary Planning Principles' and
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||An Itinerary Form you can fill in to take with
||An updated 'Calendar Clipboard' for your vacation's
month with info on special events, discounts, park hours, entertainment
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When I see those pretty, blue-roofed turrets of Cinderella's Castle rising up to the sky I know I've made it to 'Disney World!' Come with me to Fantasyland, Adventureland, Frontierland, Tomorrowland, and everything else! Woohoo!
Epcot: Future World Section
When Epcot was in its initial design phase many moons ago, there was an internal debate over what type of park it should be. The two parties eventually agreed to combine their ideas into one re-e-eally large theme park with two unique sections. Let's discover the front section known as Future World!
Epcot: World Showcase Section
Epcot is ONE park, but it's very large with two distinct sections. (Don't be confused by the way I'm presenting this, please!) The back section of this ONE theme park is the World Showcase. You can explore the culture and entertainment of eleven host countries that surround a beautiful lagoon. Don't miss IllumiNations, Reflections of Earth!
Disney's Hollywood Studios
Hollywood and the movies! What a fun theme for a park day, right? Experience the two biggest, baddest thrillers at Walt Disney World and let your heart recover at the outstanding theater productions.
Disney's Animal Kingdom
Walt Disney's first visions for the Jungle Cruise attraction in the Magic Kingdom was for live animals from around the world displayed in their natural habitats. Almost half a century later we now have an entire theme park to explore with over 1,000 animals, 4 million plants & trees, and some neat-o attractions and shows!
Imagine this if you will ... White sand beaches, shade-providing palm trees with dense foliage, a slow moving river for some ‘tubing, slides of all sorts and lengths, a salt water snorkeling opportunity, and the largest wave pool in North America! Sound like fun? Say 'hello' to Disney's Typhoon Lagoon!
We can only guess what those cra-a-zy Disney Imagineers thought to themselves when coming up for a new water park idea: "Let's see ... we've got the 'tropical thing' covered at Typhoon Lagoon, so ... let's do just the opposite and design one with snow!" And Disney's Blizzard Beach was born!
Downtown Disney provides three distinct areas for your enjoyment: The Marketplace for shopping, Pleasure Island, and West Side for shopping, dining, and even some entertainment! And throughout this 'district' are some of the best dining opportunities at Walt Disney World. I only have room for a brief introduction here! You need to explore all my info on this exciting place!