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Your Own Walt Disney World
Your Own Walt Disney World
Make Walt Disney World your personal playground with these tips:
“If you are traveling to Walt Disney World with a large family or many friends, purchase the Memory Maker and split the cost. Anyone linked to you on your My Disney Experience account can add pictures to the Memory Maker. Not only is it less money, but it gives you the chance to see some of the things everyone else in your party is doing. Only one person can edit prints, but it’s not a big deal if all work together! We recently did this with our extended family of 19 and ended up with well over 1,000 pictures! It’s a great value when the cost is split three ways!”
— Contributed by Jean Bussell, a winner in our Reader Tip Contest
“Buy glow necklaces at the dollar store. We generally buy two or three containers so we’re able to hand out extras while we wait for fireworks. Saves money on the kids asking for glowing souvenirs they sell in the street before nighttime parades and fireworks and you get to spread the magic to other kids nearby!”
— Contributed by Kelly Van Eerden, a winner in our Reader Tip Contest
“Take home a memory of the magic by having silhouettes of you or your children made. We’ve done this every trip and have a unique souvenir of each one. It’s a great way to remember your kids at that special age. It’s not just for young kids either. On a recent trip, my daughter and her new husband had one made of the two of them together (his mother loved It!). You get three copies so they can make a great gift for the grandparents as well. Disney Springs is our favorite place to have them made. Special tip: Ask the artist to put the name of the person and the date on it.”
— Contributed by Sherry Rohlfing, a winner in our Reader Tip Contest
Our last trip to Walt Disney World in December was for my husband’s 50th birthday. On our first day at Animal Kingdom we stopped at Guest Services to get a birthday celebration pin for my husband to wear. He was a little reluctant, but I encouraged him to wear it. He loved the birthday greetings he received from the Cast Members in all the parks as they called him by name and wished him a Happy Birthday. He was selected to join in the Magic Kingdom Parade (definitely got that on video), he received a free brownie at Casey’s Corner, and a free pretzel at a street vending cart. It made for magical memories and the smile on my husband’s face was great. He talked about our Walt Disney vacation for months after we got home.
...as told by Disney vacationer Pamela Feavel
I took a Father/Daughter trip with just my 9-year-old daughter, and had to write in about a Magical Moment we had. My daughter and I were waiting for Mary Poppins to come to the United Kingdom pavilion. We asked a Cast Member when Mary Poppins would arrive and she tells us that Mary Poppins doesn’t meet there, but down the path next to the cottage. Just as we were about to go, the Cast Member says ‘Oh, here comes Mary Poppins now,’ and to my daughter’s delight, she sees Mary Poppins walking towards her. Mary Poppins starts walking with my daughter down the path, alone, to the place where she needs to be for her meet and greet. When she gets to her destination and says ‘Oh, I see there are people waiting to meet me, thank you for walking with me.’ The smile on my daughter’s face was priceless, this was a dream come true, not just for my daughter but me as well.
...as told by Disney vacationer Nathan Franco
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Top Photo Slice: An anniversary cake and Magical Moment certificate (℗ 13886) Photo contributed by © lazanya
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