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I have been a Disney passholder since 2011; I have gone to Walt Disney World multiple times a year for all different types of trips. I've planned everything from solo trips, big family trips, and girls weekend trips. I love planning it all!



It's hard to narrow it down to just one. The first time I got to truly see my grandparents enjoy Walt Disney World was when they got to release their inner child and be the big kids they longed to be. This is something every adult should be able to experience. The other Disney memory that ties as my favorite is when I took each of my kids to Disney for the first time. My kids are three years old and two years old, so both times I got to see that flicker of magic come to life in their eyes. Being a parent and seeing Disney through your children's eyes is one of the most magical things you could experience while in the most magical place on earth. 


The first thing we do is see the castle. There's nothing like starting a trip off by visiting Cinderella's Castle and getting to walk down Main Street USA with all the sounds and amazing smells. It just starts the magic off for the entire trip.



A must-do attraction is Mickey and Minnie's Run Away Railway in Hollywood Studios.



A must-do restaurant is Hollywood and Vine. I would recommend it to anyone, no matter what age they are. I love getting to see Minnie and friends dress up for the different seasons. My favorite of all is the Halloween and Christmas meals because it just puts you in the mood for that season. For a non-character meal, a hidden gem for brunch is Chef Art Smith's Homecomin' at Disney Springs. The food is fantastic, and the atmosphere makes you feel at home. 


A must-do snack is the Mickey Ice Cream Bar. It just makes my Disney trip while enjoying one sitting in the grass by the castle. 


My favorite resort is the Contemporary Resort. Our favorite room is the Theme Park View. Nothing beats lying in your bed and watching the fireworks!! 

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