Take it slowly and enjoy the thrill. Try as much as possible to resist the craving to see everything at a fast speed, and take the time to enjoy the many niceties offered at your resort. You can’t probably see everything, so take it as your first trip to Disney world and not your last. In your next go-round, there will be time to pick up what you missed on the first trip.
• Ruminate ahead. Decide your priorities early enough before your vacation begins and take a chance to plan out each day in advance.
• Call or check online exactly 180 days before for dining reservations if you are interested in a meal at Cinderella’s Royal Table or in the Magic Kingdom. It’s only during the extremely slow season that you can get away with sleeping in and booking a bit later
• You can use Disney’s FastPass+® option that allows up to three FastPass+ attractions each day to be booked 60 days before arrival.
• Let plenty of time to get to the theme parks every morning. You can easily miss your breakfast reservations when enough time has not been allowed.
• When you visit Disney world Be in harmony with the limitations of your children. If they’re tired go for a break; if their feet start to hurt get them a stroller if a ride seems frightening to them don’t force the issue. This will make your day and that of the other park visitors much less hectic.
While visiting Disney world wear broken-in, comfy footwear. Better yet, bring numerous pairs and rotate them. Nothing is worse than having blisters on your first day and then saddled with nursing them for the rest of your vacation.