It’s massive – a world of magic and impossible not to love. We still get giddy when we go. Our first experience was in California, we must have looked so young and excited that people kept congratulating us on our honeymoon and we had been married several years by that time. We’ve now been married for 20 years and we still get a bit too excited at the thought of going to Disney. There is so much to take in and experience – 4 theme parks, 2 water parks, Downtown Disney, Disney Boardwalk, Disney golf, runDisney, Wide World of Sports, all the different hotels, La Nouba, character dining, bibidi bobidi boutique – the list goes on. Too much for 1 blog so I will take 1 at a time over the year and tell you what we know and what we love.
The first thing I would say about Disney is that every detail counts, it really is where the magic begins. January is a great time to visit Disney with a baby/pre-school child, as it is off season it is cooler than the Summer months so less tiring and there are less queues. Under 3s have free entry to the parks. If you go at the start of January you will catch the end of the Christmas decorations. The WDW marathon weekend usually takes place in January too, this year it is this weekend – good luck to all the runners.