My husband and I just came back not too long ago from an excellent trip at Disney World. I learned some very important things when I was there this time around. Take a look…
1. HIDE YOUR KIDS, HIDE YOUR WIFE
You may accidentally run over a small child – they dart across the paths like squirrels in traffic. Have your attorney ready.
You too may get taken out by a scooter or a stroller at some point, so have your attorney ready or the name of a good doctor?
2. EXPERIENCE LIFE LIKE SNOW WHITE
The 7 Dwarves are basically the personalities your children or your spouse will exhibit throughout the day.
3.TWO TICKETS TO PURGATORY
For the small fee of $100 per person, you can experience purgatory first hand, as you stand in line to see a Disney Princess or go on a ride. (Yes, even with a fast pass.)
4.SINGING AND DANCING IS OPTIONAL
You really should carry a poncho on you. In case mother nature decides to spontaneously start crying from the sky.
5. OUTLET, ANYONE?!
Bring your phone charger! Or change for a pay phone. Trust me. Just do it. I did see an outlet inside Cinderella’s castle, where you walk through. No joke! This blog has some outlet and back up charging ideas, FYI
Designate a IF YOU’RE LOST spot!
Before you enter the park tell your family to meet you at X location should anyone get separated from the pack. For example “Meet me at the entrance of…” pick a ride because there is only one way in. It will save you a lot of time if you designate this spot a head of time. (Especially if someone’s PHONE DIES!)
Also, take a picture of your parking assignment and text it to everyone. If the park closes, you can always meet there. (Assuming everyone has a (charged) phone and is old enough to figure out how to get there.)
Bring your own beverages and snacks. For real, it will save you a TON of money.
7. DOWNLOAD THE APP
Fo rizzle! From booking restaurant reservations (which you usually need to do way in advance), scheduling fast passes, and looking up estimated wait times for rides, YOU CAN DO IT ALL ON THE APP!
It will be like having your own Genie in a lamp.