Tips to Help Make Your Disney Vacation Perfect

Written by Heather Wallace

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Getting Something to Eat atrepparttar Park

If you are planning to skiprepparttar 145050 food stands in favor ofrepparttar 145051 restaurants, then Priority Seating is a must. It is, in most cases, free and involves no commitment. Priority Seating does not mean that you have reserved a table. It is basically justrepparttar 145052 restaurant version of Fastpass i.e. you get to avoidrepparttar 145053 lines.

Buying Souvenirs

Purchaserepparttar 145054 majority of your Disney goodies atrepparttar 145055 World of Disney Store inrepparttar 145056 Downtown Disney Marketplace. That way you will be able to use your annual pass or Amex to get a discount.

Buying Tickets

It is highly recommended that you purchase your tickets in advance. That way when you get torepparttar 145057 park won't have to wait in line. If you wait to buy your tickets atrepparttar 145058 park then you are in for a very long wait. Buying tickets in advance allows you to head straight intorepparttar 145059 park upon arrival. Another bonus isrepparttar 145060 fact that you can easily find tickets discounted below gate prices.

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Travel Journals

Written by Doreene Clement

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What you saw?

Daily travel experiences, and expenses.

Favorites-hotels, campgrounds, restaurants, locations, etc.

The funniest thing that happened.

The most difficult thing that happened.

In your travel journal you can add photos, receipts, memorabilia, maps, drawings, menus, any items that you want to add, and that fitrepparttar space you have.

Travel Journals forrepparttar 145008 Children

A great tool to involverepparttar 145009 whole family is to create a travel journal forrepparttar 145010 children. They can use a notebook and recordrepparttar 145011 same items that you did, writing what their experiences were. They can also write a story telling what they experienced each day. You can create a game for them where they countrepparttar 145012 cows they see, other children they met, or towns, etc., keeping that information in their journal.

Userepparttar 145013 idea of a travel journal to keep a written record of all your travels, all those adventures.

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Doreene Clement, a cancer victor and author of The 5 Year Journal, is currently writing a new book, Blessed, about her life and her cancer experience. For more information 480.423.8095 Copyright 2005 OMDC, LLC All Rights Reserved

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