My number one tip to friends and family visiting WDW, plan to take a midday break every single day.
Walt Disney World is overwhelming. If you try to run full-speed morning to night, you will burn out. For those traveling with small children, this is even more important. Having a tired little one who may be cranky and suffering from extra-sensory-overload won’t be fun for anyone.
Planning a break, maybe even a nap, back at your Disney Resort is the perfect way to make sure visitors (of all ages) can stay rested and energized for those long days in the parks.
Robin F. has enjoyed researching and planning for her families many trips to Walt Disney World since 1995. Her passion for all things Disney has made her the go-to-girl by friends and family who are planning their own trips. Known as “The Dixie Pixie”, Robin loves bringing the magic of planning for and visiting Walt Disney World Theme Parksand Resorts in Orlando, Florida to others, ‘with a Southern charm’. You can find her tips for planning the most magical family trip here at the Disney Planning Blog and also on her Facebook page, Dixie Pixie Planner.