This blog is a multipart series on how to make the most of your Disney vacation but also how to enjoy doing it. Disney is meant to be enjoyed for a lifetime and with memories to be made at all ages, so you aren’t going to get to do everything on one trip. Despite the overwhelming recommendations to plan everything to a “T” in order to cram it all in, I’m going to recommend against that. It’s impossible to coordinate that many variables and inevitably it will lead to frustration and disappointment, cranky kids, crankier adults, and the feeling that you’re always running behind schedule. Yuck. That’s why we take vacations in the first place – to avoid all of that.
Another nice afternoon break is one of the Broadway quality shows or indoor theater attractions. I am such a sucker for Nemo or The Lion King in Animal Kingdom, Muppets 3D always has me in stitches over at Hollywood Studios, or the Walt Disney designed original The Tiki Room in Magic Kingdom (good luck getting that song out of your head!).
Heading over to non-park options, our favorite place is The Boardwalk. The