Many parents who would like to take their children to Disney World may have fears about expenses, long lines and general fatigue from attempting to keep up with the kids during a visit to the legendary attraction.
Bob Sehlinger has recently co-written an unofficial guide to visiting Walt Disney World that may relieve some of these anxieties, however.
For those parents willing to take their children out of school for a vacation, Sehlinger recommends the period between Thanksgiving and December 20, according to CNN. He claims that during this period, Disney World already features holiday decorations, but the holiday crowds do not arrive until later.
He also maintains that many visitors do not prepare physically for the task of visiting the park, which allegedly involves walking up to eight miles a day. He recommends physical exercise prior to the trip to ensure preparedness and guard against fatigue.
Sehlinger also suggests parents discuss responsibilities: overseeing children can be a tiring task, and it may be beneficial for parents to switch "shifts," giving each other periods of much-needed time off, according to the news source.
For the budget-minded, he recommends avoiding the steep prices inside the park by bringing snacks instead of buying them inside, and staying in a hotel or rental property outside the park.
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