Let The Planning Begin!

Did you know that if you stayed in Walt Disney World for a month you still would not see everything it has to offer? And that’s why planning is so important. The more you know ahead of time, the more you can see and experience during your visit.
You can now book your 2012 Walt Disney World vacation package so even if you aren’t going till summer 2012, you can book your trip and begin planning.
Worried that a promotion will come out after you book? Not a problem. Your vacation package can be changed to include that promotion as long as it is available for the dates you are traveling and you meet the minimum nights stay required for the promotion.
Dining can sometimes be the most time-consuming task when you’re planning a Disney vacation. With so many restaurants and character meals to choose from you should definitely make advance reservations for dining. Currently, you can begin making your dining reservations 180 days prior to your departure day. I recommend that especially for popular character meals such as dining with the Princesses.
If you are going during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party or Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, you can purchase tickets to those special events in advance also. The amount of tickets sold are limited as the parks close to the public for these special evening events.
If your trip includes family members of various generations, you can plan how to best accommodate everyone traveling.
And if this is your first visit to Walt Disney World, you’ll need to learn how to use Disney’s Fast-Pass system which will definitely get you into more attractions than if you didn’t use it.
Advance reservations can also be made for Disney tours such as the very popular Keys to the Kingdom tour in the Magic Kingdom and the Segway tour in Epcot.
For more information about planning a Walt Disney World vacation, contact Sharon Spohn, Travel Consultant and Disney Vacation Planning Expert at Liberty Travel, Coventry Mall, Pottstown. 610-327-8400 or spohns@libertytravel.com.


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