If you don’t remember anything else after this sentence, remember this: when planning your Disney vacation in Orlando, it’s not about you.
Yes, you have great memories of riding Haunted Mansion and meeting Mickey Mouse for the first time, but those are your memories. All too often, parents get caught up in making lists of all the rides they loved as kids, in the hope that their kids will also hold a special place in their hearts for The Pirates of the Caribbean. But sadly, it doesn’t work that way. Instead of trying to force your memories onto your child, be the adult and help your kids have their own best Disney adventure yet.
If you’re willing to give in to that idea, you can have an entirely satisfying and yes, relaxing trip to Disney World. With that in mind, here are some tips:
Most of all, give in to the fun of spending time with your family in an exciting, thrilling and magical place. Remember: Disney is a giant playground. You can either play well with others or go home crying. Your choice.
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