Going to Disney World is a dream come true for both kids and adults – but there’s always something that can go wrong.
From eating bad food to being too tired or staying in the wrong place – it’s easy to get overwhelmed and make the wrong choices.
ONE Disney Fans shared the mistakes they made while visiting amusement parks to prevent others from doing the same.
Sue Given user revealed on online forum Quora Her best advice for anyone thinking of going to Disney.
Her first piece of advice is to spend your money wisely and avoid paying for things you won’t use.
She says there are often long lines at food stalls even when it’s out of season, and be cautious about buying everything in sight at gift shops.
She says she “throws away” most of their stuff, so think twice before dropping some serious cash there.
Her next tip is at Disney Hotel instead of looking for alternative accommodation.
“We didn’t stay at a Disney property once and it was a bad decision,” she said.
“We stayed at a hotel in Orlando and getting in and out of the park was a hassle. “
Sticking to the accommodation theme, Sue recommends finding somewhere with a pool, where you can relax.
“Try to find a property with a pool, especially since the weather can be hot and humid in the fall, summer and spring,” she says.
Her final advice is to not get too tired and leave the park when you feel tired.
“We always go to the park early in the morning and return to our room in the early afternoon,” she said.
“We all took a nap and then a swim in the pool. We were always exhausted and that seemed like a good way to end the day.”
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/17072352/disney-world-parks-mistakes-hotel/ I went to Disney World and here are the mistakes I made so you don’t make them