25 Tips and Secrets For a Stress-Free Trip To Disney World
20. Take Some Time to Enjoy Your Resort
It’s an excellent idea to take a morning, afternoon, evening, or a whole day(if you are staying for several days) away from the hustle and bustle of the four theme parks. Leave the crowds behind for a few hours of peace and quiet at your Resort.
19. Go Swimming
In Florida, there are days when the heat may get to you, so I suggest you return to your Resort, and take a quick dip in the pool, or just relax poolside in the shade, have a nice cool refreshment, and relax your whole body, and any stress will probably float away.
18. Play Miniature Golf
Another great stress-reliever is a round of miniature golf at one of two Walt Disney World mini golf courses, “Fantasia Gardens” near the Disney Swan Resort, and “Winter Summerland, located next door to Disney’s Blizzard Beach. This is a great way to spend a few hours, and you don’t need to make a reservation. Just get your golf club and ball, and enjoy one of these two delightfully Disney themed courses.
17. Take a Power Nap
Nothing is better for stress than a nice, quick power nap, at the busiest and hottest part of a day at any of the four theme parks of Disney World. It doesn’t have to be any more than a half-hour to an hour; just long enough to relax your body and brain, and is especially helpful on those extended nighttime hours.
16. “Ride the Rails"
When you’re really tired from walking, riding, and stress from long lines, catch a ride on the Walt Disney World Railroad for a relaxing and enjoyable round trip ride around the Magic Kingdom. The clackety clack sounds of the wheels, and the gentle breeze from the open air passenger cars will melt away any stress you may have had.
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