It was a truly magical experience – 8 amazing hours filled with non-stop go, go, go and gape, gape, gape. We’ll be going back soon. This time, however, I might prep a little more before we head south. It kills me to browse the Disney Findery posts and see all the things that we missed.
We ate when we were hungry rather than according to a carefully thought out plan so we missed some seriously delicious treats.
Despite filling our day with endless wonders, we managed to still miss some secret attractions that I really wish we’d seen.
The shows are a great way to relax and cool off, so we squeezed in a few. I thought they’d just be a nice place to rest, but they turned out to be amazing and entertaining in their own right!
Some things we did, of course, do, like make ourselves slightly nauseous and delirious with laughter on the spinning tea cups. Little did I realize though, just how much more magical the experience would have been in the dark. So much of Disney is transformed as soon as the sun goes down. Definitely worth staying late!
Knowing that all of these little tips and secrets exist just reinforces my desire to take the kids back. This time for a longer, more in depth visit. Maybe I’ll get to fulfill one of my longtime dreams – to see Disney in all its full holiday glory. Right now the whole place has been transformed for Halloween, soon, it’ll get a winter wonderland makeover. It’s like layering even more magic on the existing magic.