Mom and Daughter at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort Room
  • On May 17, 2010
    Yasmijn from Noord Holland Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Thnx 4previous?! Staying 2 weeks early dec what r some of your must-do's that you would not do if stay was shorter? Also it is DH first trip, he doesn't know what to expect, how can I make his trip super memorable so he definitely wants to come back? Thnx!


    I am not sure what you mean are the must do's that I would NOT do if the stay was shorter,but with 2 weeks you really should be able to hit just about everything!

    So let's talk about your husband, and his first trip. Here are a few ideas;

    1. Don't overestimate his "kid" factor. Have his first park experience be a morning stroll down Main Street in the Magic Kingdom. Just because there are no roller coasters there, that doesn't mean that it isn't an important part of a first Walt Disney World experience.
    2. Hit all four parks and more. Don't skip any of the parks. But also make sure to visit a few of the Deluxe resorts so that you get to experience some of that atmosphere as well. And if budget and weather allow, try to hit a water park too.
    3. Have an adult time too. Hit Downtown Disney and the BoardWalk for some evening entertainment. Enjoy some dinner, drinks, and relaxation.
    4. Plan something out of the ordinary. I like spa visits, but perhaps a fireworks cruise or a La Nouba show is what you prefer. But break out of the "1 park per day" mold.
    Have a magical vacation!
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