While recently planning a short trip to Disney World, I stumbled across a plethora of information to help guide my way and make my vacation more pleasurable and stress-free. I discovered that there are two categories of information:
*Tips for families (this encompassed single families with small children and the extended family-reunion type).
*Tips for those without children.
I certainly am not a parent so I assumed that all of the information for those without children would be exactly what I needed and dove into chapters and websites. Having never planned a Disney trip myself and always relying on the work of others, I had no idea the audiences that Disney was trying to appeal to. Obviously Disney is an oasis for children so that part is easy for them. I found, also, that Disney tries incredibly hard to draw in adults. Unfortunately for me and the rest of the world’s twenty-somethings, these “adult activities” include golf, massages, wine tastings, and meet and greets with Disney chefs. Well, what about those who simply want to enjoy the magic of Disney and find golf to be a waste of time and believe that the masseuse should have bought you dinner before rubbing you down like that?
Thus, ladies and gentlemen, my mission.
It will be my goal and my duty to provide you with tips, plans, reviews, and more that is aimed at those without children, those without age, and those without a lifetime’s worth of savings to spend. Check back 2-3 times a week!