It is our tradition to start out the vacation at Disney’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. The kids and adults get to dress up and the park is transformed into an amazing Halloween town and of course the trick or treating is amazing and so safe. The night is completed after a ride on the Haunted Mansion.
We recently discovered the park Discovery Cove and we are hooked. The admission price all inclusive and covers breakfast, lunch, snacks all day, beer, towels, sunscreen and even unlimited admission to another one of their sister parks - Busch Gardens or Sea World that can be used for 2 weeks after you enter Discovery Cove.
Discovery Cove is a massive man-made beach and water areas where you can swim with stingrays, sharks and barracudas (they are behind glass, but it seems real) and swim with dolphins. We take time to go to Kennedy Space Center and spend time at Coco Beach.
The resort we stay at, Wyndham Bonnet Creek, has 3 huge pools and a lazy river that allows us to relax mid-day and is right on Disney property. Our children call it our second home.
The educational tours through current and future technology, with hands-on examples are amazing. Then a walk through the world village with shops from many countries provides an opportunity to taste foods and beverages from all over the world. The beers are delicious.
Then there are the theme hotels and their excellent restaurants. The South Seas themed hotel’s restaurant is the capper on such a fun day. Not only do they serve an unending flow of great food and bottomless tropical drinks, but while you eat they perform a live show of dancers and fire-eaters.
It is a fantastic meal and show. There is only thing better than Walt Disney vacations at Disney World, and that is to wake up the next day and do it again.
Disney World is another awesome place to go. It has the Magic Kingdom, Epcot center, MGM Studios and The Animal Kingdom. All four are well worth the Trip. My last choice would be Sea World which is pretty cool as well especially if you’re into marine animals.
After leaving Orlando I would head east to Kennedy Space Center which is about 45 minutes away. I think everyone should visit the space center at least once in their lives. It's really fun and educational. Finally my last stop would be world famous Cocoa Beach specifically Ron Jon’s resort. It's an amazing resort right on the beach with plenty to do or you could just relax, either way it's great. To sum it all up that would be my ultimate, favorite vacation.
The first time I ever went was when I had just turned 8 years old, we went for my birthday. It was amazing, all the Disney characters running around to meet and greet, and it was amazing! We went on so many rides, like none other I'd ever seen before.
My favorite ride is Splash mountain, where you sit in order from big to small, and get inside a log, and go up and up through tunnels and get to enjoy singing animals, then suddenly down you go! They take your picture and you can feel free to pay for it to be printed in all sorts of ways.
I also really enjoy the 'Indiana Jones' ride, you are in a car type thing, and you go through and it picks your destiny and a giant snake tries to kill you and you almost get hit by a large boulder! It is definitely intense. Well I hope you enjoyed reading this, and I hope that you all go to Disneyland soon!