10 Tips for The Best Disney World Vacation

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1. Not Bored-Walk

Disney World is more than just a vacation… it’s an all around experience.  Once you set foot onto Disney properties, there really isn’t a need to include other non-Disney plans (unless we’re talking about the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, but that’s an entirely different topic)  Sure, you can stay at a hotel off Disney grounds, but, really, I’ve yet to find a good reason why you wouldn’t stay at a Disney resort.  Not only do Disney accommodations come with a variety of perks such as: early and late admission to parks, as well as your choice of dining plans, but Disney also offers many great resort options for any ALL budgets.  Ranging from the luxurious Victorian-styled Grand Floridian to cabin-or-tent camping at Fort Wilderness Lodge, you can find that just-right resort for your Mouseketeering needs.  My suggestion is to stay at one of the resorts in Disney’s Boardwalk area.  Any one of these 5 hotels, sandwiched between EPCOT and Hollywood Studios, puts you right in the middle of the action.  You also have access to free transportation, a variety of delicious dining options, and a whole range of boardwalk-styled activities including boat and bike rentals, one-of-a-kind pools, miniature golf, and night clubs.  It really is not a “bored-walk!”

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