We've been to Disney a lot. It's been well documented here. Some of my most popular posts have been Disney related. I by no means consider myself an expert about Disney (I couldn't tell the difference between all of the Princesses if you asked me) but I have been there enough to offer my two cents.
Everyone has an opinion about Disney, about where to stay, when to go, how old the kids should be, all the way to which line to be in on certain rides. I can offer you my experiences and you can take from it what you want. For the entire month of August, and who knows it could run into September
or October as well depending on how often my kids let me write, I am going to break Disney down from A to Z.
Let me be clear from the start though, I will not be able to get to everything that you need to know. It's good to know what you are getting into when planning a trip to Disney, but you don't want to over plan it. So some things I will leave for you to discover on your own. That's part of the fun right?
My oldest claims to have been to Disney 20 times. That includes Disney World, Disneyland, and Disneyland Paris. You get the idea he is spoiled. We have found ways to make Disney less expensive than it needs to be. There are obviously ways that you can do Disney on a budget but I am going tell you some that you might not have thought of. We obviously go to Disney a lot, so what works for us might not necessarily work for someone who can only afford to go once in their lifetime. Disney is obviously NOT cheap, but there are ways to make it work.
That being said, if you are making the commitment to go to Disney, why not do it right? That's why I am here to help. Hopefully I can offer you some answers to questions that you might have and give you some tips based on my experiences. Tune in in the next month and hopefully I can get this project done.