With most of the country in freezing temperatures, probably at least half of us are dreaming of a vacation in Florida. And more than likely, it isn’t just us adults either. Most children I know absolutely love Disney. Disney movies are a favorite in most families across America (FROZEN) And yes I do blame Queen Elsa For this Deep Freeze we are in right now!
But Disney does so much more than movies. I’m sure everyone is familiar with Disney World, located in Orlando Florida, it’s just one way you can enjoy a Disney family vacation. If you go, you are going to find that the place is so much more than just a theme park. You and your children will have the opportunity to meet your favorite characters Whether it’s Goofy , or Mickey himself or maybe those new comers Elsa and Anna having your picture taken with them is all part of the fun. You will also be able to enjoy meals with the characters , which usually look like the houses they live in in the movies.
Disney has several resorts where you can stay. The accommodations range from moderate to luxurious. And Disney always has very friendly and helpful staff, after all it is the happiest place on earth. You can Also choose from different meal plans which makes your food more affordable and more convenient. I've always found the best way to enjoy the park is to stay at one of their resorts as opposed to a hotel outside the park.It's just so much easier and there is always something going on even after the park closes at night.But you may be asking how I know all of this? My name is Sarah Coiner, and I’m a travel agent. You can visit me at . My passion is helping families reconnect through travel. If you are interested in taking a trip, I would love to hear from you at Sarah@familytripsinc.com
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