We’re going beyond the theme parks today as you follow me and my family on one of our annual summer trips! Our trip consisted of a six-day tour on the coastline of California from San Francisco all the way down to Los Angeles, California.
The itinerary I created for my family allowed us to hit some popular spots and also some unknown areas. We had an absolute blast! I am definitely a Cali girl at heart!
This California vacation catered to our family needs. You can take this itinerary and adjust it based on what works for you.
The world of Pandora immerses you and takes you automatically into a magical journey with the Na’vi people the Disney way.
This land engulfed me as soon as I walk through the gates. The majesty, the beauty, and the harmonious sounds of nature transported me to another place. Now I am not a super fan of the movie AVATAR, but as I sat in the newly discovered land, I was totally blown away.
I no longer felt as if I was in Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom anymore. If that’s what Disney Imagineers we’re going for, then they absolutely nailed it!
Walt Disney World for Adults: Magic Kingdom Edition!
The Magic Kingdom is thought to be the most magical place on earth, especially for kids. No need to worry. This place is just as magical for adults who love the charm Walt Disney World is known to have. As a grown-up going to the Magic Kingdom, all you have to do is unleash your freedom and dive in.
The Solo Theme Park Traveler’s Guide will also give a quick breakdown on each of the major theme parks in central Florida: Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, and SeaWorld.
New Dates Announced for Magic Kingdom Special Events
The dates for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party are now available.
Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party are separately-ticketed events where the Magic Kingdom comes bursting to life with decorations, exciting entertainment and much more!
Now that you’ve decided to take the leap and live out your theme park adventures alone, it’s time to make the most of your trip. Everyone has tips out there for the average theme park goer, but what about you (the solo theme park hopper)? Let’s look at ways to outline your solo trip.
You’re probably thinking that there’s a misprint on the title of this article. There are so many tips and tricks on the web about globetrotting alone, but hardly anything to guide someone interested in going to a theme park unaccompanied.
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