If you promise to never, ever tell my kids, I will tell you how incredible and fun it was to go to DisneyWorld without them! Every parent should do this at least once in their lives after having the kids. You’ll see this magical place though their eyes even though they are not there but enjoy it like a kid that is tall enough to ride all of the rides!
I think this was one of the most anticipated days during our trip for the Chimpanzee Red Carpet. Oh who am I kidding… every day was amazing! But there is something about being free of diaper changing stations, rest stops and long line with children that is so…. forbidden!
And it was! From the amazing sand castle sculpture honoring the movie Chimpanzee to the thrilling drop of the Hotel of Terror- that we went on over and over and over again – the entire day was wonderful! Crystal with Simply Being Mommy and Kas with Southern Bella’s Ways to Save were my screaming partners and we acted like teenagers running up the the line, throwing our hands up on the rides and laughing all the way!
We started the day at the amazing Epcot. We toured the countries, crammed ourselves into a phone booth in London, enjoyed the authentic cuisine of Mexico and even traveled into our future. Jennifer, author of Mikobi Scribe and I will still be friends light years from now and I love that!
After Epcot we headed to The Magic Kingdom! Originally I thought that The Magic Kingdom with no kids was going to be a little boring. I could not have been more wrong! Now I understand why friends of mine honeymooned at Disney, stayed two weeks and visited every park several times! There is amazing food, great shops and rides for everyone!
And for those of us who have garden envy, you will be able to actually stop and look at the floral sculptures and displays that you normally are speeding by on your way to the teacups! The amazing detail and attention that goes into every single part of the Disney Parks is truly spectacular.
Next time you plan your romantic getaway, think Disney World in Orlando. You would be amazed how beautiful and wonderful it can be. And I bet you’ll be sad when the parks close, just as your kids are. Because there truly is something magical about the Happiest Place on Earth – with or without kids!
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