Disney World Demystified - 6 Tips for Planning Your Magical Trip

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2. Avoid “working” too hard.

On a Disney vacation, it can be tempting to see every sight and ride every ride, no matter how tired your feet might feel or how early you’ve been waking up in the morning. But if you use your FastPasses to schedule your favorite and "priority" rides or shows ahead of time—as well as your meal reservations—then you can allow yourself to really loosen up a little and just go with the flow of your day! See a street show you’d like to watch? Make your desire the deciding factor and sit down with a snack to enjoy it, right then and there. It can really be as simple as that! In addition, try to avoid bringing some kind of to-do list for each and every Disney day. Perhaps you’ll wake up midway through your vacation and realize that the glow of your resort pool’s turquoise waters is what’s really calling you, or that your resort’s garden is looking particularly luscious. You are more than entitled to a nap, a “day off”, or just having a nice time in your room; it’s your vacation, and it’s up to you!

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