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Walt Disney World
Walt Disney World
Perhaps a Disney Land and Sea Vacation (see page 60) tempts you to make a rare (or first) visit to nearby Walt Disney World in Florida, or you just can’t resist the urge to visit “The Mouse” whenever you’re nearby. Whatever your reason, you’re not alone—many of your fellow cruisers will also visit the parks on their trip. If you’re just not quite sure yet, let’s weigh the pros and cons:
Reasons to Visit the Mouse House:
✔ You love Disney parks and can’t be nearby without a visit.
✔ You’ve never been, and this is a great opportunity.
✔ You’re not sure you’ll feel the “Disney magic” if you skip the parks.
Reasons to Just Cruise:
✔ You want a laid-back, really relaxing vacation.
✔ You’ve been there, done that, and don’t need to go back yet.
✔ You don’t have the time or money.
If you do decide to go to Walt Disney World, you’ll need to choose between a Disney Cruise Line package and arranging it yourself. We always make our own arrangements—we can save money and enjoy greater flexibility. You also can’t grab hotel-only or cruise-only discounts that are often available, and the popular Disney Dining Plan is not offered with the package. You can’t beat the package for convenience, and you may save a bit on insurance—you’ll be ushered everywhere with a minimum of fuss.
How long? We prefer at least four full days at Walt Disney World. We refer you to our PassPorter’s Walt Disney World guidebook for loads of details. Our various e-books about Walt Disney World, such as Disney 500, add invaluable details you can’t often find elsewhere. You can get our books online at http://www.passporter.com.
Should you visit Disney parks before or after you cruise? If you’re new to Disney’s parks, visit the parks first—a theme park vacation can be an intense experience, and the cruise will be a relaxing break. Parks fans may prefer visiting the parks after the cruise, as “dessert.”
Top Photo Slice: Magic Kingdom as seen from the California Grill restaurant (℗ 21544) Photo contributed by © taa120
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