|My latest Plan for another family|
When you click on a specific day:
I then draw up a basic plan for park going and dining within the area I am planning to visit on specific days. I use the online dining reservation system. If you are looking for a specific restaurant, you can type in the name. If you just want to see what is available in the park or resort you are visiting on a specific day, you can use the filters to see what is available. For example: Let's say you want a dinner reservation in Magic Kingdom on December 20 for 4 people. Just fill in the drop down boxes like this:
The next step consists of making sure each park has ample time on the agenda and that there is a bit of purposeful relaxation sprinkled throughout as well. Disney has wonderful pools and outdoor movies to fill all your down time! We don't want Disney guests tuckering themselves out too much! I decide which attractions are considered "not to be missed" and which restaurants sound the most delicious and make sure I have those things figured into the schedule. Sometimes I like to throw in an extra experience! When the plan is in place, I begin putting everything together in a small binder.
|the inside of the binder|
|tips on what to carry into the parks|
|I include a key so that the colors are understood and the guests know what acronyms like "CM" mean|
|The back of a day's plan|
|The days itinerary clipped to the inside of a bag|
|The back of the index card|
|Add extra photo sleeves after your trip to display your memories|
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