Today I have another great episode just for you! I will continue to talk about my number one theme park in the world. I will teach you why Epcot is for Grown-Ups.
Today I have a real treat for you— we are going to go over simple Disney World tips for first timers!
Planning a visit to the happiest place on Earth is always an exciting experience. And finding the best deals, tips, and tricks to make each theme park adventure is everything ThemeParkHipster is about.
Holiday peaks, Disney crowd sizes, weather, and a few other factors have a lot to do with your Disney experience, including how long you’ll be waiting in line for your favorite rides. Here are a few tips to get you started on picking the ideal times to travel to Disney alone, or with friends and family.
Question of the week: Where are Disney’s Electric Vehicle Charging Stations?
For soon to be Disney guests with environmental friendly vehicles, you’ll be happy to know that Walt Disney World offers Electric Vehicle Charging Stations.
There are ChargePoint charging stations located within the Walt Disney World Resort in the parking lots of Epcot, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, and Disney Springs. All you have to do is ask a Cast Member for directions to these charge ports. The charging stations are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
It’s about that time!
You can finally see the end of the line to the Walt Disney World ride you’ve been dying to ride or re-ride for the 100th time and soon, you’ll be diving, looping, and rushing through complete Walt Disney bliss. You’re excited (and rightfully so!) until you hear that deep rumbling noise coming from your stomach reminding you that in all your thrill-seeking and sight-seeing, you haven’t eaten a thing.
Getting out of line is certainly no option after a 45+ minute wait and between waiting out the rest of this line, enjoying the ride, walking to your preferred food stop at the day, and waiting in that line, ordering your food, and waiting to get it you’ll be starved by the time you finally eat!
Thankfully, Disney World listens and has a solution for us hungry theme park visitors. The Mobile Food and Beverage Ordering service by Disney World lets you order your meal ahead of time from the convenience of your phone (think FastPass+, but with food).
On today’s episode I will give you a step-by-step guide on how to save and budget for your solo Walt Disney World trip.
- Decide which park or parks you want to visit.
- Determine the total cost of your trip.
- Start your 6-month savings plan.
- Book your vacation once you have saved approximately 50% of your goal.
- Track your spending while on vacation.
- Have fun!
Question of the week: Where are Disney Parks located?
Question of the Week: Where to meet Disney characters and princesses in the parks?
Before making your way out to Walt Disney World, you probably want to know where to find your favorite characters. Let’s quickly go through this week’s question.
Many of you know that planning a Walt Disney World vacation can be stressful at times, especially if it’s a solo trip. One thing I’m always asked is, how to do every top ride at Disney? I don’t have the secret, but I know that if you start with the Disney FastPass+ strategy, then you’re on your way to a great vacation!
Let me help you with some of the best tips for getting the top FastPasses at Disney’s Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Hollywood Studios.