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The Best Way to Enjoy Your Disney World Vacation

Posted in Disney World Vacation on May 2nd, 2007

A Disney World vacation is a dream vacation for most families. But it’s also an expensive one, especially if you don’t know how to find an affordable package.

There are many flexible ways to purchase tickets. The more days you plan to stay at the resort, the better bargain you’ll receive. If you want to visit more than one theme park, it might be a good idea to hang around the resort for a little while. You can save a little money and experience some extra Disney magic with your family that way.

The “Park Hopper” option is also a good way to save some money and it allows you and your family to visit multiple theme parks during the same day, for however long you purchased tickets for. This rids of you having to carry a ticket for each theme park and being limited to a single park a day.

Also, there is a “Magic Plus Pack” option which allows you access to other Disney World attractions, like the two water parks, Disneyquest (an indoor, interactive theme park) and more. Then there is the “No Expiration Option,” which allows park access for up to fourteen days after the original resort tickets have been used. Of those fourteen, any unused days can be taken advantage of for a future vacation.

But wait, there’s more….

Disney World isn’t just known for its exciting sites, shows, and attractions. From inexpensive restaurants to fine dining, there are several options to choose from. In a package deal, each family member is provided with combination meals and a snack every day and there are over a hundred restaurants located in the Disney World parks and hotels. You can contact your travel agent for detailed information about the opportunities you and your fellow vacationers will have.

The premium package is certainly one of the most elegant vacation deals around – it includes meal vouchers for breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as theme park tours and admission to shows like Cirque du Soleil’s La Nouba.

A Disney World Vacation is sure to be unforgettable and worth every penny, especially if you plan ahead. There are plenty of goodies you may want to invest in, like the pass that allows you to hang around the park after hours and Walt Disney World is prepared for all your needs, whether it be child care or transportation to and from the different parks and hotels. So make sure you to give more than a cursory glance to all the different package deals and benefits of a Disney World vacation!

What are you waiting for? Book the vacation of your lives and share some magical Disney moments with your family.

How to Book a Disney World Vacation Cheaply

Posted in Disney World Vacation on May 1st, 2007

As charming as a vacation to Disney World is, not everyone has the means or money to experience one. Most people who plan for a Disney World Vacation must save up every last penny – but did you know there is an affordable way to realize your dream Walt Disney World vacation? Maybe Cinderella was right when she sang: “the dream that you wish will come true.”

Various travel agencies offer affordable vacation packages that are worthy of your attention. Some packages include hotel accommodations, meals, and round-trip plane tickets. Once they book you and your family’s vacation, you’re that much closer to experiencing some magic moments, via Disney.

Contrary to public opinion, not everything at Disney World costs money. Disney’s Boardwalk, for example, is built around a lake and is beautifully themed to represent 1940’s Coney Island – and it is totally free to walk around and enjoy with your family. Also, jugglers, comedians, fire-eaters, jazz ensembles, and other entertaining street performers make appearances on the boardwalk. And if you don’t mind spending a little money, plenty of vendors along the way sell inexpensive treats.

For a cost, but a small one, why not take a trip over to the Disney Carnival? Kids can play cheap games and watch all the sites. For a more relaxing night out with the family, you can just sit and watch the friendship boats come and go. For a livelier night, though, the Jellyroll’s offer evening sing-alongs of your favorite pop tunes. The Atlantic Dance hall, too, sports live bands and there is no cover charge.

In Downtown Disney, there is a vibrant shopping and restaurant scene. Whether you’re out to spend money or just browse, it’s an exciting place for you and your family to go. Some of the best free entertainment at Disney World is here as well – including the interactive fountains (watch out, you might get wet!), and the Lego imagination center (thousands of Lego blocks and already built sculptures are there for your amusement). As well, free magic demonstrations at the Magic Master’s Shop are always a thrill; you can learn how to do tricks!

After a tour of the resort, you’ll certainly be ready to eat. Wolfgang Puck Express, Planet Hollywood, and House of Blues all offer inexpensive dining and a sundae and shake at the Ghiradelli Soda Fountain and Chocolate Shop is a nice way to end the evening.

A Disney World vacation doesn’t have to be expensive – simply know what packages interest you and where to find the free and cheap entertainment and food. Just remember, “when you wish upon a star, your dreams will come true.”