Thursday, July 29, 2010

Calling All Mouse Experts

We are in the early stages of planning a family vacation to Disney when my husband comes home.  We are planning for the mid to late May time frame. 

I need help!  I absolutely hate having to plan all this stuff by myself and stress that I'm going to forget something.  Can you all please give me all the advice and suggestions you have to make this a successful trip?


Oh yea, and my giveaway is still open.  Go over and enter please!


navynest said...

You can purchase the meal plans if you don't stay in a Disney hotel, but you have to do it when you get to the parks. It's worth it to talk to a travel agent about military discounts and the like. We did and saved a ton of money! Oh, but if you do stay outside of the park, make sure you plan to get the free shuttle because taxis charge $30. We found that out the hard way! Good luck!

Kayla Sue said...

I've found that Southwest airlines have the cheapest tickets, especially with the military discount.

I really don't have much else to offer than that :( If you're a harry potter fan make sure you check out the new harry potter theme park at universal studios!! I'd be so jealous :)

Michelle said...

Make sure you check out Shades of Green - its the armed forces resort on Disney!

Anonymous said...

This is a great website. Also if you stay at a Disney resort they will open the parks an hour earlier on some days just for guests.

Hubby asked me to see about planning a trip to Disney World when he gets back :)

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