Disney World isn’t only for kids

Disney World is not only for kids.  My Vacation Lady has lots of adults that LOVE Disney World.  So if you weren’t sure if you might  not know what to do in Disney World for a week (sans kids), we’ve come up with a 7 night itinerary that is sure to please.

Day 1

Spend the day at Magic Kingdom.  After all, walking down Main Street U.S.A. and seeing Cinderella’s castle is what you have been thinking about for months!  In the evening, hop on the monorail to the Polynesian Resort to have dinner at ‘Ohana which is an all you care to enjoy Polynesian feast where you can watch Happily Ever After fireworks from the restaurant or you can head back to the kingdom, depending on what time you have dinner.

Day 2

Wake up early and get to Disney’s Animal Kingdom for rope drop!  Head directly to the new Pandora, World of Avatar and ride the two attractions there.  This will probably take up most of your morning.  Head back to your resort to have lunch and relax by the pool before heading back into the parks for the evening.  Head over to Epcot to do a few attractions and have dinner at La Hacienda de San Angel in the Mexico Pavilion of World Showcase and enjoy Illuminations, Reflections of Earth from your dinner table.

Day 3

Yesterday was a long day!  Sleep in and have brunch at your resort before heading to Hollywood Studios.  Do many of the fun filled attractions there.  This is the park that has more thrill rides than any other park! Also, make sure you check out the new Toy Story Land, opening June 30th.  Have dinner at Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater restaurant, which is one of the coolest themed restaurants in all of Disney World.  While you’re waiting to be seated head next door to Baseline Tap house for a draft beer, glass of wine or cocktail.  After dinner, don’t miss Fantasmic!

Day 4

Head back to Animal Kingdom to do the rest of the park since you already took care of Pandora, World of Avatar.   Once you’ve finished off all the rides at Animal Kingdom head to Epcot and explore World Showcase where you can eat, drink and shop around the world in 11 different countries.

Day 5

Visit a water park today.  Flip a coin and decide if you’re going to check out Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach.  Both waterparks at full of fun and adventure!  Once you’ve finished up at the water park, head back to your resort to freshen up for a night at Disney Springs.  Disney Springs has plenty of shopping, entertainment and dining options ranging from food trucks to some of the finest restaurants in Disney World.

Day 6

There is no way you could have enjoyed everything Magic Kingdom has to offer in just one day, so head back and make sure you’ve covered it all! We would recommend a quick service lunch at Casey’s Corner and an exceptional dinner at Be Our Guest, where you’ll enjoy excellent French inspired cuisine, and get to meet the Beast in his castle.

Day 7

Start your day with brunch at Boma in Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – Jambo House.  This is a breakfast buffet with a very impressive spread!  There is something for everyone and more – make sure you try the jungle juice!  After you’ve wrapped up breakfast you can enjoy the rest of the day at one of Disney’s Spas, the resort pool, or visit any of the attractions you may have missed or want to do just one more time before heading back to reality.

For help booking your Disney World vacation, contact Jordana and Jason at jjgerber@myvacationlady.com

 

 

 

 

 

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Mindy Gilbert of My Vacation Lady has been helping clients, just like you, plan their dream vacations, cruises and honeymoons since 1994.