Planning that once in a lifetime trip to Disney World

Disney World Vacation Planning

Planning that once in a lifetime trip to Disney World

Planning that once in a lifetime trip to Disney World?
We are going to help you. On this weeks Mouse Chat show we cover everything you need to know for a once in a lifetime trip to Disney World.  If you are planning a one and only trip to Walt Disney Show, this show was made for you.

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Planning a trip to Disney World

What are the best times to go to Walt Disney World?
January offers lighter crowds but if this is your only trip to Walt Disney World so rides will be closed for rehab.  We cover the different times of the year and what you can expect.

How long should your Disney Vacation be?
For a once in a life time vacation to Disney we cover the advantages to longer vacation lengths.

Where should you stay at Walt Disney World?
We cover the Disney Deluxe and Monorail resorts and also discuss staying at Disney World Value Resorts.  The plus and minuses of each for that one time Disney World Vacation.

Best Restaurants at Walt Disney World.
We are going to tell you which Disney Character meals, top table service restaurants at Disney World and what places you should eat at with kids or for a nice meal out just as a couple.

Of course we also cover the must see Dinner shows, must do Disney nighttime shows and special little extras and you should do and see on your one and only trip to Disney World.  Don’t miss our show, it’s loaded with Disney World trip tips for you.


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Author: Steve Griswold

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  1. Just catching up with your podcasts. There were several suggestions for Victoria and Albert’s, but an alternative is the Flying Fish Cafe Chef’s Tasting Wine Dinner. It may not be the equivalent of V&A in terms of elegance but it is an exceptional food, wine, and dining experience. Five courses paired with 5 wines and you sit right in front of the chef. Seating is limited to six people and because of the informal setting you can converse with your “table mates” as well as the staff. Absolutely loved it and will be going back. Like V&A it is not cheap – $314.44 for two. I believe my wife and I are the only diners who had the chef and entire kitchen staff take a picture with us – a definite keepsake.

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    • Jon that’s a great suggestion. We just ate at Flying Fish last night with a party of 10 or so. It was my first time and it was fabulous. Service, Food, Drinks, everything was wonderful. We will be doing a show on our experience tomorrow that should be released in a week or two. Thanks for the information on the tasting wine dinner. That sounds like an amazing experience. The restaurant closed in January we a redesign. The staff is very excited about the new look and some updated menu items and keeping the classics that everyone loves.

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