Traveling with Injuries

Don’t let an unexpected injury hamper your Disney dream vacation. I had been planning my 40th birthday celebration at Walt Disney World for 6 months. Five days before we were scheduled to leave, my daughter injured her ankle cheerleading. The Doctor advised her not to walk on it for 2 weeks. We didn’t even think twice, we were going.

Two days before we were to leave, I called and ordered a scooter from Scootarama (will definitely use again) that was delivered to our Walt Disney World Resort. There was no way I was pushing a manual wheelchair around Disney, on my birthday. She is 14 and very responsible so I trusted that she would not run over any unsuspecting guests.

When we arrived at the airport, we went to the ticket counter & requested a wheelchair to be waiting at the gate when we landed at the Orlando International AirPort. This is so important, Orlando Airport is huge.

Once we checked in our resort it was time to head to the Magic Kingdom. As soon as we walked through the turnstiles, my husband and daughter headed straight to City Hall on Main Street. Explaining the situation, the Cast Member issued a Guest Assistance Card. This card will alert Cast Members to provide the assistance you have requested. It is NOT intended to provide immediate access. The card is good for up to five members of their party. Other members of the party would need to enter through the standard ques.

Now it was time to have some fun. All of the Cast Members at Disney was so accommodating. My favorite was the time that the Characters took with Whitney. I was amazed at how each one interacted with her. Not just one Character but all that we came in contact with.

Don’t let the little things set you back. All can be done and enjoyed at Disney. It is the Happiest Place on Earth.

Allison@Travelwiththemagic.com – Email or Call Today!

1-800-670-4312 ext. 134 My Services are FREE!

Rustic Beauty ~ Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort

On the edge of Bay Lake sits a grand tribute to the turn of the century lodges of the Pacific Northwest.  Think Yellowstone National Park ~ Disneyfied.

 

The Wilderness Lodge offers the feeling of seclusion while still being close enough to the Magic Kingdom to hear the train whistle through the trees.  The drive to the Lodge is down a heavily wooded lane with towering pine trees.  Look closely and you might spot some deer and rabbits tucked in the brush.

Inside the Wilderness Lodge is a huge 7 story atrium complete with an 80 foot rock fireplace (including good old fashioned rocking chairs), totem poles and rustic chandeliers.  While the space is massive, the colors, wood carvings and warmth provides a sense of intimacy.

 

This resort is in the “deluxe” category and offers several room views including standard, woods and courtyard as well as some rooms with bunk beds.  Junior suites and concierge service are also offered.

Dining options include two table service restaurants and a quick service location.  Whispering Canyon Café is fun for all ages. The food is home cooking and the cast member interaction is crazy ~ make sure you ask for a straw.  Artist Point is the resort’s signature restaurant and serves wild game and seafood in an upscale setting.  Roaring Forks quick service restaurant serves up grab and go food along with burgers and sandwiches.

Boat transportation is provided to the Magic Kingdom while bus service is provided to other theme parks, water parks and Downtown Disney.

For recreation there is a large, themed pool with a slide as well as two hot tubs.  There is a beach area for sunbathing and a marina which offers boat rentals.  Additionally there is a lovely walking path around the resort as well as bike rentals and fishing.  This truly is a resort within a resort!

 

The Electric Water Pageant can be viewed nightly from the boat.  In true Yellowstone form, there is a 120’ geyser that erupts every hour on the hour from 7am to 10pm.  You’ll find the Fire Rock Geyser down by the back of the pool area.  There is also a hidden mickey hunt unique to the Wilderness Lodge – ask for a clue sheet at the front desk.  If you’d like to learn more about the Lodge be sure to sign up for the “Wonders of the Lodge” tour offered on select days (check with guest services at the resort for current days and times).

The beauty and the grandness of the Wilderness Lodge makes for a relaxing retreat while its proximity to the Magic Kingdom and other theme parks provides a vacation within a vacation.  If you’d like more information about the Wilderness Lodge or any of the other Disney resorts or are ready to start planning that Disney vacation contact me at SusanH@travelwiththemagic.com.  You can also follow me on facebook at SusanHeidenrichTravelwiththeMagic for information, specials and tips and tricks on all things Disney!

So many ticket options to choose from…..HELP!

When we travel to Walt Disney World we always take the park hopper option! When you are spending money on your magical vacation you do not want to be limited as to when and where you go during your stay. This can make dining reservations a little easier as well. Play at one park all day and eat at another at night. However when my Sister and her family go they always choose the Base ticket to save money and time at the park of their choosing. There are different options for different folks…that’s one of the things I love about Disney.

 The four parks at Walt Disney World are Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studio’s and Animal Kingdom. Disney has also added 2 Water Parks, Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. They didn’t stop there with an incredible addition of Disney Quest, an indoor interactive theme park.

 

With Disney World you have a couple options when you buy your tickets. Base tickets, Hopper tickets and Water Parks and more. The base ticket will get you into any park of your choosing for the day but you cannot go to any other park that day. The Park Hopper option will let you Hop between whichever parks you want to all day and night long.

The Water Parks and more option include the following. Admission to Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon, Admission to Disney Quest, Admission to Wide World of Sports, A round of Mini Golf at Fantasia Gardens and Winter Summerland, And a round of golf at Oak Trail Family Walking Course. You can use these choices each day you have a park ticket.

As you can tell there are many different options to your Park ticket!

For a FREE quote and FREE service contact me today and will help make the right ticket fit your family’s needs!

Amy Blades

amyb@travelwiththemagic.com

1-800-497-4674

It’s A Pirate Life for Me!

 I love Disney and everything about it. Well there is one thing that I think they have fallen short of. They don’t have a lot of special things aimed at the male gender. I am the mom of a lovely princess and a very busy pirate. So that had me thinking. When we visit Disney everywhere you look there is Princess themed areas, there are even three character dining experiences for the princess lover in all of us. Don’t get me wrong I love the princess stuff especially since one day I hope to be one.


So back in 2008 I started to think about our next Disney adventure. When would we go and where would we stay. In the past we had done the All Star Movies resort and Pop Century. This time I wanted to do something a little different. I had heard and seen the new Pirate rooms that were opening at Caribbean Beach Resort in 2009. So I thought to myself, what a great thing for your little pirate to experience, a room for the Pirate in all of us. I booked a standard view Pirate Room at Caribbean Beach Resort for Sept 2009. I could not wait to get to experience it with my family.


The rooms at Caribbean Beach are divided into six sets of buildings named after islands in the Caribbean. There is Trinidad North, Martinique which are the Preferred rooms located closest to the main building Old Port Royale. Then there is Aruba and Jamaica located across the water from the main building. Last are Barbados and Trinidad South. All of the rooms in Trinidad South are the Pirate themed rooms.


Each room is 300 square feet of Pirate fun. The beds look just like Pirate ships and everything in them is pirate themed right down to the bed side table. You can get a pirate standard view or pirate water view. We chose the Pirate Standard view room and it was great. We were a few steps from the bus stop and the quiet pool. I have heard from others that they wished that Pirate rooms were closer to Old Port Royale but we did not have an issue at all.


One of the other great things about Caribbean Beach resort is the main feature pool area. It is totally Pirate themed complete with two slides. It is a zero entry pool which is great when you have little pirates just getting their feet wet for the first time. There is also a great kiddie’s water play area that has a giant bucket that pours water down on all ye swashbucklers below.
We really loved our stay at Caribbean Beach Resort and I would recommend the Pirate rooms to anyone who has a little pirate in their family


For more information on Caribbean Beach resort or any other Disney Destination contact me Laure Simms at laure@travelwiththemagic.com or toll free at 1-888-214-6954. Have a Magical Day!!!

One of my favorite resorts – Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa

 

Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa is an equestrian-themed, Victorian-style Disney Deluxe Villa Resort on Lake Buena Vista, inspired by 18th century Saratoga Springs, New York.  Personally, I love the location of this resort.  I am a Downtown Disney addict and while staying here I can take a quick boat ride or a nice stroll down a paved walkway to get there.  And, you can see fireworks from just about every park while sitting outside at night enjoying the evening summer air.

 

Saratoga Springs offers a variety of room types for all travelers, studio, one bedroom, two bedroom, three bedroom villa and even Treehouse villas.  Besides the beauty of this resort, inside you find all the comforts of home – full kitchens and a washer and dryer.  My family personally enjoys the one bedroom comforts.  This allows the parents to sneak in a nap mid-day in their own bedroom, while the kids can sit in the living room and prepare a snack, watch TV, or sit on the balcony and enjoy the sites.   When staying in a villa at Walt Disney World, you can even pre-order your groceries and they will be delivered and in your room waiting.  How awesome is that?

 

There are so many great things to do for fun, right there in your own backyard.  Head on over to the basketball courts, do a little shuffleboard or a game of tennis.  How about a bike ride on a traditional bike or the four-seat surrey style?  There are a variety of pathways throughout this resort offering up lots of nature and beauty.  And the other great thing, there is a Community Hall with even tons more for your family to do.  Ping pong, foosball, arts and crafts, board games, TV games and more.  There’s a schedule posted to keep you on track each and every day of your visit.

Looking for a little work out or pampering on your stay – their Health Club is outfit for a king, while their Spa is of course, fit for a queen.  They offer massage therapy, facials, body treatments, hydro-massage, hand and foot treatments, couples relaxation package and spa treatments even for children 4-12 years of age.

Disney of course offers a huge variety of beautiful resorts to choose from, and Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa should definitely be on your list of those to try.  Please contact me for your free quote today – Cindy Presley, cindy@travelwiththemagic.com.  269-207-3555.

Five Reasons You Need a Travel Agent

Once upon a time, in what seems like a galaxy far, far away, there was an existence without Google.  Without smart phones.  Without, gulp, the internet.  Yes!  I speak the truth!  Back then there were things called phone books and land lines.  How, one wonders, did anyone plan a vacation?  From what I remember of my parents planning our family vacations, there were a lot of phone calls made, and, of course a lot of the “set out and pray there is a hotel when we get there” mentality.  The big stuff, though, the trips that required special handling, required a Travel Agent.

Travel Agents were (are) the Expedia with a personal touch back in the days before the World Wide Web.  Your TA could book everything you needed and more, including flights, rental cars, excursions, cruises, hotels, spa appointments, dining reservations, and everything else required for a great vacation.  Without reviewer websites like Tripadvisor, a trusted TA could make recommendations, and the traveler could feel good about booking a place, sight unseen.

So, now that we have a world of information at our fingertips, there is just no use for the trusted Travel Agent anymore, right? WRONG!  It used to be we didn’t have ANY information.  Now we have TOO MUCH.  Try to plan a trip to Disney World for your family for the first time, and you will soon see what I mean.  There are the few of us out there that enjoy information overload, especially when it comes to our favorite, Most Magical Place on Earth, but we are few and far between (and we are usually Travel Agents).  For someone who doesn’t eat, live, breathe and dream Disney, however, it can be an overwhelming mess before the planning even starts.  Oh, and let’s not forget that it’s a pretty expensive gamble at that.  Disney is one of those rite of passage trips – one that just HAS to be PERFECT and MAGICAL at ALL TIMES, right?  So…tell me, traveler…why on earth would you want to shoulder that burden on your own?

There are so many reasons to use a Travel Agent to book your trip(s) to the World (and all other Disney properties as well), but I am going to list the all-time top five of them here.

Ever seen a Disney travel book?

This is where all of that information overload comes in.  Sure, Disney has a decent site, but you would be very hard-pressed to find unbiased opinions on the plethora of products and services that Disney offers on their own site.  It’s a good tool to see some pretty pictures of the parks and to get pumped up about your awesome trip, but a research tool it is not.  There are also tons of forums and blogs out on the interwebs, and their sheer numbers further prove my point and can be perfectly represented in the bulk of the books you find on Disney in your neighborhood bookstore.

The books are huge.  I am a nerd and love reading about the algorithms used to deduct the average wait time of Space Mountain during the month of August, but most people don’t share my love for an 865 page book of single-spaced Disney madness…with no pictures.  I refer to Bob Sehlinger and Len Testa’s The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World, and, granted, it is definitely the most text-booky of the choices out there, but you get my drift.

A Travel Agent can sift through this information (in fact, a good Disney Travel Agent has most of it memorized) and, through a quick Q&A with the customer (you), can apply to you only what matters to you.  Want to stay on site?  Then why read the entire section on off-site hotels?  Going during the Fall?  Then why do you care about Spring events?  Don’t know what you want, ie, hopelessly lost?  Even better – your TA can recommend something for you based on your basic info (family size, budget, special needs, etc).  You don’t even have to pick up that book.

Your daughter loves Princesses, your son loves sports, and your husband would rather be fishing.

We’ve all been there.  Family vacations are insane unless you just plan to sit on a beach all day every day (and there is nothing wrong with that).  A regular, normal, everyday family vacation can be what it is – no muss, no fuss, see the sights, go home, right?  A Disney vacation, however, has this aura of greatness about it.  It’s expensive, yes, but so is a good beach vacation (or really any vacation nowadays).  The fact that it’s Disney makes it this otherworldly thing – something to be mastered and tamed – a true rite of passage, if you will.  Most folks will go to Disney as a family once, maybe twice, in their lifetime.  That puts the pressure on the one in charge of the planning (you) to make it count.  So, how are you supposed to make everyone happy all the time?  I mean, it’s the Happiest Place on Earth, right?

Your Travel Agent can tell you.  Tell your TA exactly what your kids (and your big kid hubby) love to do, and I guarantee, a beautiful itinerary can be produced with all of your requirements in mind.  Maybe your son shudders at the thought of meeting Princess Belle.  That’s ok – maybe he and Dad can mosey on over to Disney’s Wide World of Sports while Mom and Daughter take in a character lunch at Akershus to meet Belle on their own.  Your TA has these ideas rolling around in his or her crazy Disney brain – I promise!

Disney is EXPENSIVE, yes?

Yes, Disney CAN BE expensive.  But here’s the deal – a good TA can show you the VALUE of what you are getting for your hard-earned vacation dollars.  Even better, a TA can ADD to that value by putting together personalized itineraries based on what your family wants to do and what time of the year you go.  Oh yes – there is a huge difference between July and November at the World, and you can have fun during both, as long as you have a plan.  And no one says you have to plan the plan, right?  That’s what a Travel Agent does – it’s what we LOVE to do.

In addition to itinerary planning to get the most bang for your buck, your Travel Agent keeps an eye out for any and all discounts that are released by Disney.   If there is ever a discount that can save you money on your trip, your TA will know about it first and can apply it right away.  All you have to do is gladly intercept the good news of all the money you just miraculously saved!

We all have to eat.

Disney dining is an entity in itself in the blogosphere.  If you have told anyone that you are thinking of a trip to Disney World, and that person knows anything about trips to Disney World, he or she will most likely say something along the lines of “oh, you are planning to go in October of 2013?  Then get your dining reservations done NOW”.  Granted, it’s not that bad, but Disney does take Advanced Dining Reservations up to 180 (no that’s not a typo) days in advance of your trip.  And, depending on when you are going and what kind of reservations you want, restaurants are completely booked up to 180 days in advance of your trip.  Don’t know where you want to eat?  That’s ok too – this goes hand in hand with itinerary planning, and a good Travel Agent will know where to point you.  Keep in mind – most of us have eaten at all of these places with our families – that’s where that trusted recommendation comes in.

Do you like getting up at 6:30AM EASTERN and waiting on hold for an hour or more to book dining reservations for 6 months from now?  No?  Then let your Travel Agent do it for you.  Before I became a TA, this was the main thing I loved my TA for – I woke up to a lovely email from my TA listing all of my CONFIRMED dining reservations at all of the restaurants that I wanted, when I wanted them.  This is what Travel Agents do for a living – we are good at it, we like doing it (I know, right?), and a lot of us get a very large adrenaline rush when we are able to do it successfully for our clients.

Just a quick note – I have been at Disney World many times and witnessed a family being turned away from a popular restaurant in the parks because they did not make a dining reservation.  It’s sad, unpleasant and completely unnecessary.  If you have a Travel Agent, this should NEVER happen to you.

Loose ends, everywhere.

To pack or not to pack, that is the question.  Remember when we said Disney was expensive?  Well, guess what?  Band-aids at Disney are expensive too.  So is Neosporin, bottled water, and that oh-so-cute-but-I-wouldn’t-necessarily-buy-it-if-it-wasn’t-so-surprisingly-cold-for-Florida Mickey Mouse sweatshirt.  Sure, you can find packing lists galore on the internet.  And, by all means, if you want to print 5 pages of stuff for every family scenario under the planet and decipher what you really need from it, go ahead.

Your Travel Agent, however, can cut to the chase for you and recommend a packing list based on your situation.  Are you flying?  Maybe bringing a case of bottled water with you isn’t an option.  Your TA can recommend a good grocery option for once you get to Florida.

The same goes for all of the last-minute loose ends of a major trip – park hours, final confirmations, directions, paperwork, requests, etc.  Let your Travel Agent take care of it.  Expect a nifty package containing information on everything you could possibly need to make your trip Magical, and don’t sweat the details.

Okay – this is a top five, but this one is too good to leave out.

It’s free to you.

Hopefully this list has shed a little bit of light on what a Disney-focused Travel Agent can do for you and your family to make the most of your Magical trip to the World.  You can apply all of this to the Disney Cruise Line, Disneyland, Aulani in Hawaii, or any of Disney’s theme parks around the world.  Give a TA a try – you won’t regret it.  It will seriously be like starting your vacation early.

Happy travels!

Jennifer Lassiter

jennifer@travelwiththemagic.com

Kids fun at Disney!

What’s a great idea for kids to do at Disney?  How about getting autographs from all of their favorite characters!   On our most recent trip, I ordered autograph books before I left, and the kids went and bought special pens.  We were ready to go as soon as we arrived at the Magic Kingdom.  Our first stop was dinner at The Crystal Palace.   We got Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore and Piglet to sign our books.  A character meal is the perfect place to get autographs.  You don’t have to wait in any lines.  All the characters come up to your table and are ready to take pictures and sign your books.

Here are some pointers for getting autographs.  Get a bigger marker for the characters to sign with.  They have big gloves on, so a small pen does not work.  Open the marker and have a page ready for them to sign.  Take a picture with the character and attach it inside the autograph book when you get home.

These autograph books make great memories for kids, and they have a blast meeting all of the fun characters.

Let me help you plan your next magical vacation. My services are always FREE. Call me, Karen Kalinowski (877) 818-6106 or e-mail: Karen@travelwiththemagic.com.

Making more Magical Memories! Ticket options!

To hop or not to hop…..

Many people always ask me “Do you get the hopper tickets for every visit?” and my answer is always “Yes” because that is what works for my family.  Here is some information to help you decide what will work for your family.

First, an explanation of the parks at Walt Disney World for those who have not visited:

There are 4 theme parks (Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom), 2 water parks (Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach), Downtown Disney (shopping and DisneyQuest – a 5 story indoor arcade) and the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.  Disney really has a little bit of everything for everyone!

 

Now, an explanation of the ticket options:

Base ticket option – you may visit 1 of the 4 theme parks per day.  You can come and go from that park, but you may only go to that 1 theme park.

Hopper ticket option – you can visit as many of the 4 theme parks in a day as much as you want.

 

What is best for your family?  This is where having a planner can really help.  A planner (like me) can talk with you about what each theme park has to offer your family and help you decide between the hopper and base ticket.  For us, especially when Robert was younger, we would only spend half of a day at some of the theme parks.  This is why hopping works for us.  When we did everything we wanted to do at one park, we can “hop” on over to another park.

Now, you may be wondering the best option for enjoying the water parks or ESPN Sports Complex.  Walt Disney World also offers the Water Park Fun and More option.  This option gives you access to both water parks, DisneyQuest at Downtown Disney, the ESPN Sports Complex and 2 Miniature Golf courses.    This option can easily be added to either the base or hopper tickets.   This is a great and inexpensive way to enhance your stay.

 

I hope this helps to shed a little more light on to the ticket options for Walt Disney World.  If you have any questions and would like to use a planner for free – contact me at Robyn@traelwiththemagic.com or call me directly at 1-800-670-4312 ext 125.  I have an unexplained passion for Disney and making sure that everyone is getting the most that they can out of every visit!

Cinderella’s Castle Suite

          In August of 2008 my Daughter was turning 10. We were in Disney for her annual birthday trip. I had become friends with a Cast Member through MySpace and we would meet when we went to the parks. She had asked me to meet her near the check in for Cinderella’s Royal Table; she had a birthday present she wanted to give to my daughter. The Cast Member was working at the time so I didn’t think anything of it. Once we arrived we were greeted by a special cast member that asked my daughter if she was ready for her birthday surprise. Not knowing anything we were escorted to a private doorway that lead up to Cinderella’s Castle Suite. We were totally blown away when we exited the elevator.

Disney describes the apartment this way in their official press release:

Cinderella’s Castle Suite is four stories above the surrounding Magic Kingdom — a salon, bedchamber and bathroom off of a private marble-floored foyer, all replete with rich details:

Fluffy feather comforters beneath the regal canopy draping of two queen beds … A cut-stone bedchamber floor inspired by the mosaic art masterpiece that adorns the castle’s breezeway entrance to Fantasyland … A parlor sofa that invites kicking off the shoes and curling up to read a chapter beneath the richly detailed vaulted ceiling of the salon … Familiar castle-gray stone walls, rich hardwood paneling and ornate stained-glass windows.

In the foyer of the suite, guests will discover a design of the fairytale pumpkin coach in the marble floor inlay. A memorable artifact from the story, the famous glass slipper, adorns a cove. And through the doorway, the bedchamber and salon are appointed with furnishings in the style of the era of “the Louies,” as Silvestri refers to the French rulers of the period inspiring the castle and Cinderella story. Nooks showcase clocks, porcelain and accessories befitting the period. Doors are richly detailed; the walls are covered with wood panels and wall coverings. In the bathroom, hand-decorated copper basins sit atop the vanity, recalling a time when fresh water was carried to the bedchamber.

Despite all the careful attention to centuries-old details, the amenities of the Cinderella’s Castle Suite are definitely 21st century. There’s a lavish garden tub plus a shower. There are also wheelchair accessible bathroom and bedroom facilities and elevator access to the suite. As for an ornately framed, 17th-century-style portrait of Cinderella above a regal fireplace in the bedchamber: it magically changes into a modern, 21st-century flat-screen HDTV. Also in the den there is a mirror, but can be turned on to reveal another flat-screen.

This was totally amazing. The windows in the sitting area told the story of Cinderella and also overlooked Fantasyland. We did not spend the night in the suite but for that moment in time I sure did feel like I was someone special.

This was a once in a lifetime experience one I will never forget.

Let me help you make your vacation one to remember. Call me today to set up your Magical Memories.

Allison@TravelwiththeMagic.com

1-800-670-4312 ext. 134

The best place to conquer your cravings while visiting Disney World.

It never fails, that when we visit Disney, we have to visit Downtown Disney as well.  Not only is the shopping there terrific, the snacks you can find are pretty awesome as well.  My family’s favorite place is none other than Goofy’s Candy Co.  This great find is located on the east end of Downtown Disney, near the Rainforest Café.

 If you want something sour, sugary, salty, gooey, this store has the ingredients to calm any craving you may have.  It’s usually the sugary pick-me up that my family is looking for about half way through our trip.  Having gone non-stop enjoying all the parks, we always find the time to take a trip to Goofy’s Candy Co. and get our snack on!

 

To make things even more exciting, they offer self serve for several different items in the store.  Mix up a bag of those special jelly bean flavors, or combine all the gooey goodness of their other candies to mix as well.  And, for those who enjoy the pixie stick sugar thrill, you can even custom fill your own pixie stick right there for yourself.

Our favorite, is designing our own sweet attack.  Mmm, delicious.  All you need to do is pick up an order form, fill out your delicious requests and a Goofy’s Candy Co. cast member is there to design it right before your eyes.

All the dipping of chocolate, dunking in crushed oreos, mini M&Ms, Reese’s chips, sprinkles, and then drizzling some more chocolate over top.  Oh yeah.  And then, it goes in to the deep freeze for a few minutes to make sure all that gooeyness stays in tack while you attempt to eat it in one sitting.

These delicious goodies make for a great snack on plane rides home too.  It definitely gets the looks from the stewardesses as they pass on by with peanuts and cookies!

So next time you are visiting Disney World, make sure to take a side trip to Downtown Disney on the east end to Goofy’s Candy Co. and create your own mouthwatering sensation to enjoy.

For help in booking your next trip to DisneyWorld, please contact me for a FREE quote today.

Cindy Presley  cindy@travelwiththemagic.com   https://www.facebook.com/TravelwiththeMagicCindyPresley