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A Magical Adventure In Disneyworld

The Magic of Disney 

A Magical Adventure In Disneyworld
Photo Credit: Disney

Coming back from vacation is always a difficult thing to do especially when it comes to getting back to the grind of the workweek and all the stress of finances and other responsibilities, but coming back from a vacation in Disneyworld is twice as hard to do. The empire that Walt Disney built has become the most magical and special place on earth, especially for families with little ones. Orlando, Florida, well Lake Buena Vista really, is the home to the happiest place on earth.

With most vacations, unless they are all inclusive, one must plan everything down to their transportation for the duration of their trip. They must figure out how they are going to get from the airport to their hotel, how they can move about their desire location from day-to-day and what activities they can do to keep their little ones occupied. Well when it comes to a Disney vacation these are the things one never has to worry about.

From the moment your flight lands Disney begins to take care of you. Placing their special yellow tags on your checked bags alerts them to the fact that you want your luggage waiting in your room for you rather than having to stand at the carousel and wait for them to be taken off the plane. From there Disney provides a complimentary transportation service called, the magical express, which takes you directly from the airport to your selected Disney resort. What more could one ask for?

The Disney resorts are especially magical considering they are all themed and while they are all-different each one has that Disney touch. Of course, many of the older Disney vacationers aim to stay at resorts such as The Contemporary or The Grand Floridian (the highest of the top notch resorts). However, if you don’t have thousands of dollars to spend on your resort room alone Disney’s value resorts such as Pop Century, Art of Animation and the All Star resorts are just as accommodating and magical as the deluxe resorts.

All checked in and unpacked? Excellent now its time for the real magic to begin, in the Disney parks! Don’t worry about how you’re going to get to the parks; Disney has that covered with their Disney Transportation. Buses take you from your resort to the various parks and even other Disney resorts and of course, the magic of shopping in Downtown Disney.

The Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios or Animal Kingdom, it doesn’t matter which park you choose each and every one of them has something spectacular and magical about them for you to enjoy. Of course, the most magical of all the parks is, you guessed it, the Magic Kingdom.

Upon entry to the Magic Kingdom vacationers young and old get that Christmas morning feeling of excitement and sheer joy as they look up and see Cinderella’s castle towering over Main Street USA. The castle in all its glory is Disneyworld’s staple and has become a must see for everyone venturing to the Orlando area. Disney magic is all over the kingdom in every corner and on every store and ride. This is the one place in the world where age does not matter you can be two-years-old or 80-years-old and still get that giddy kid-like feeling of excitement when you see Mickey Mouse waving at you from the top of a parade float.

Perhaps the most magical and awe inspiring moment at Disneyworld happens when the Magic Kingdom comes to a close during their nighttime celebration, “Wishes.” This fireworks display is the most magical and exciting fireworks display one will ever see. Complete with a song written just for the show and of course an appearance by Tinkerbell who soars high above the crowds.

Disneyworld is truly the happiest place on earth and is a must-do vacation for those looking to bring out their inner-child and give their own children memories that will last a lifetime. Just don’t expect to be able to acclimate back into the working world so easily upon your return.

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