Walt Disney world vacation help?!?
my family is thinking about going in June/July.I’m 13 and my brother is 9.My parents are both 43.We don’t have alot of money to spend.We have to pay for passports too.Me or my brother have never been on a plane and its to far to drive(we live in Ontario).We want a cheap hotel(preferably on Disney property) but it has to be 3-5 star.Is it worth it to go even though my brother has outgrown disney?I am very nostalgic when it comes to older Disney movies(i watched them all the time as a toddler/young child).We also want to go to universal studios,are there any packages that come with tickets to both?Thank you!
not VERY little,but i dont want to be broke.
its a 24 hour drive
Why do you think its too far to drive? I live in the buffalo/niagara falls ny area and we have driven down many times. You don’t live that much farther than i do.
If you want to stay on disney world property but don’t want to spend a fortune then i’d suggest a disney value resort. My favorite value resort is pop century. (it starts at $82+tax per night).
Since disney world and universal orlando are two completely different companies no they don’t sell a package with both disney and universal tickets.
If you are trying to be cost conscious then i suggest you get a 4 day base ticket to disney world and a one day one park ticket at universal. (i personally like universal studios better than islands of adventure)
your brother is 9 and has “outgrown” disney world?! Thats insane! Disney world is for all ages and if he doesn’t think so then show him all the awesome attractions on the disney world website.
This is regarding a Disney World Vacation in Orlando that I booked through Liberty Travel?
I booked a vacation through Liberty Travel to Walt Disney World in Florida and got a good rate on the room at Pop Century Resort and airfare round trip. I did not, however, purchase tickets to the parks yet as I will probably do this through AAA. I am wondering if anyone knows if I will be getting Magical Express with my purchase through Liberty? The deal mentioned complimentary service to and from airport but I am unsure if this will be on the Magical Express. Has anyone ever booked through Liberty who has an answer to this?
Thanks in advance!
If you’re arriving @ OIA/MCO (Orlando International Airport / FAA designation MCO), then…
You’ll be on Disney’s Magical Express Transportation. Let’s call it DMX for short. To be sure, call to verify…(407) WDW-MAGIC or (407) 939-6244.
Some things you should know:
> DMX is actually owned & operated by Mears Transportation Group, not by Disney. Very few people realize this. Mears is the official ground transportation provider for WDW. Their partnership goes back from the inception of WDW. Even the DCL (Disney Cruise Line) motor coaches are actually Mears’. The only Disney buses that are not Mears’ are those that provide transport w/in the resort complex.
> Once you step off the plane, go directly to the DMX Welcome Center (Main Terminal Building, B-side, Level-1).
> As long as you’re arriving from 5am-10pm, you’ll be skipping baggage claim (given that you follow the instructions that will be mailed out to you). Disney will handle this for you. Your bags will be taken directly to your room.
> You can also get your RETURN boarding passes & have your bags checked in right at the hotel, skipping the entire process @ OIA. Make sure you have proper ID & your rm key for this process.
Disney World Vacation?
A good friend and myself want to take a vacation to Disney World next summer. We are students and we would like to stay in a Disney hotel. Does anyone know the average cost for a 5 or 6 night stay in hotel, a flight there and back (from Bangor, Maine or Halifax, Nova Scotia), one Disney Park, Universal, and Sea World? Also, if anybody knows of a deal on flights, hotels, or parks, PLEASE POST! Thanks!
SEA world is in san diego
so you would have to rent a car to get from LA to SD ( 2 hour trip) there and back!
Just something for thought!
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