If you’ve never been to Disney World, your first trip can be full of little surprises that you’ve never heard of before and let’s be honest, the less confusion when on vacation, the better right? Magic Bands are one of these little confusions for new guests but hey really don’t have to be.
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What’s a Disney World vacation without a few family photos to look back on or a good shot for the gram or two? Disney World is all about making memories after all and using the Disney Photopass system can be a great and easy way to do it.
For so many Mouseketeers like myself, Disney World has been a place for making memories and somewhat of a tradition. For me, Disney World was a glorious and highly anticipated yearly trip and I couldn’t wait to be standing right in front of Cinderella Castle again.
If you are anything like me (and I know you are) you take Peter Pan’s advice to never grow up very seriously. And where do people with this mindset go? To Disney World of course because it’s not just for kids, in fact you don’t need kids at all to enjoy his magical place.
One of the first questions I ask anyone who says they are going to Disney World is “where are you staying?” Of course, my curiosity levels peak at any mention of the words Disney World and I love to know if they are diving into the big Disney bubble and are staying within reach of constant pixie dust or are they flying free and exploring the outside world.
So you’ve booked (or are thinking of booking) your first trip to Disney World and I am insanely jealous. That place, that oh so magical place is where I call home and I know you are going to love it.
Having been to Disney World quite a few times I thankfully know a thing or two about the Walt Disney World Fastpass system (ya know, without tooting my own trumpet). There’s no doubt about it that having a few pre-booked Fastpasses will certainly save you a lot of time during your Disney World vacation. And if you don’t know what a Fastpass is… I’m going to tell you all about it.
Being a member of far too many Disney Facebook groups, I often see members ask if Disney’s Art Of Animation resort is worth considering for their Disney vacation. With the cost being a little higher than other Disney Value Resorts, it causes a lot of discussion with surrounding questions often including “how does it compare to Disney’s Pop Century Resort (that’s just across the bridge)?