BEWARE Of These 10 Things At Walt Disney World

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9. Pushing Kids (and Adults) Too Hard

Disney Veterans know that “getting the most out of every minute” doesn’t mean pushing yourselves to the point of exhaustion. Disney vets have all witnessed meltdowns from guests who are hot, tired, and over-stimulated. To avoid the meltdown, take frequent breaks to snack, hydrate, and relax. Especially during the summer months, considering going to the park in the morning, taking an afternoon break to swim or rest at the hotel, then return in the cooler evening hours. And if you can, consider taking a day or two off from the parks during your stay. Wander around some of the resorts, shop at Disney Springs, and swim in the resort pool. You’ll be refreshed and rested for the next day of park fun.

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