Vacation at Walt Disney World in Florida and Live the Magic of the World

<p>Vacation at Walt Disney World in Florida and Live the Magic of the World</p><p><img decoding="async" class='wp-post-image' style='float:left;margin-right:10px;' src="https://dropatravelnote.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/kutch.jpg" width="677px" alt=""/>When you arrive in the Orlando area (whether by airline, train or car) you are welcomed into a world of parks, water parks, resorts, studios and much, much more. There is something for everyone – including concessions for guests with disabilities.</p><p>Planning Your “Magic Your Way” Experience</p><p>When you start to plan your trip to Walt Disney World in Florida, you have many things to take into consideration. Walt Disney World is larger than the island of Manhattan in New York City with 4 theme parks (the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios), 2 water parks (Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon), ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, golf courses, a campground, and the Downtown Disney entertainment venue with Cirque du Soleil, House of Blues, Disney Quest and more.</p><p>Planning is very important so that you can take advantage of everything that you want to do. Here are some key considerations:</p><p>• When to go</p><p>• Where to stay</p><p>• How to get there</p><p>• Admission tickets</p><p>• Package deals</p><p>Extra Magic Hours</p><p>Extra Magic Hours are available to guests staying on Disney property. On property guests are given the privilege of visiting the theme parks and water parks up to an hour before and three hours after the general public is allowed inside. There will be certain attractions that open early or stay open late in each park which lets the on-property guests. Because the EMH vary, check to see what will be open during your time. You can do this by calling 407-824-4321 or by checking on prior to your visit. This is something special so be certain to take advantage of it while you are on the Walt Disney World Resort property.</p><p>Guest Services</p><p>Throughout each theme park and water park venue you will see signs that read “Guest Services”. This is the place where you can visit to set up dinner reservations at a specific property restaurant, get a daily schedule for in park shows, cash a check, leave your packages to be forwarded to your hotel, set up a golf tee time, get a spa appointment, and get answers to general questions. Be certain to take advantage of these services when you need to do so. The Guest Services Cast Members are friendly and very knowledgeable.</p><p>Park Tickets</p><p>There are many different types of Walt Disney World park tickets and passes and you should pick the one that best suits you and your family. Do you research before you arrive at the parks to save yourself some time and confusion.</p><p>You can buy your tickets prior to your tip by going online or calling 407-WDISNEY. Your tickets can be mailed to you or you can pick them up when you arrive at your Disney resort (or the theme park Guest Relations windows if you are not staying on site).</p><p>You can purchase tickets when you arrive at any theme park entrance, at the Disney character Outlet Stores near Walt Disney World, at on-property hotels, and in Downtown Disney. Package deals usually include park passes.</p><p>Dining</p><p>Some package vacations have dining plans included and those will be noted in your personal Walt Disney World Resort package when you get it. There are many places to eat inside Walt Disney World. Each theme park has several well known eateries and some of these require advance dining reservations. You can make your reservations ahead of time 180 days so if you know a special place where you and your family want to eat, go ahead and book before you arrive.</p><p>Your Dream Vacation Come True</p><p>Walt Disney World is more than just a vacation destination. To most people it is a wonderful, magical world filled with magical places from stories we have all heard all of our lives. Don’t miss out on one of the most magical times of your life. Come to Walt Disney World in Florida and you will return again and again.…</p>

Traveling With Your Baby: How to Get a Stroller on a Plane

<p>Traveling With Your Baby: How to Get a Stroller on a Plane</p><p><img decoding="async" class='wp-post-image' style='float:left;margin-right:10px;' src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/0/0a/Israeli_Travel_Document_1949.jpg/220px-Israeli_Travel_Document_1949.jpg" width="678px" alt=""/>Babies on a plane. The very thought causes some parents to reconsider that vacation to the beach, choosing to take their child to local pool or neighborhood park instead. But, traveling with your child does not have to cause you tremendous amounts of added anxiety or stress. With the right tools and necessary travel gear, you can take that much needed trip without the hassle of worrying about how you are going to transport your child every day. By taking your baby’s stroller with you, your baby will enjoy all the comforts of home and their daily routine while you gain some much needed relaxation during your time away from home and work.</p><p>Listed below are some helpful travel hints and tips that can make your traveling experience with your child easier.</p><p>1. Label your stroller- this simple step can save you tons of time at the baggage claim after you have arrived at your destination. Thinking of your child’s stroller as a piece of luggage that could potentially get lost or damaged during the flight can make all the difference in your stress level during your vacation. Carefully label the stroller with your contact information, flight information and details of your intended destination. If you really want to ensure that your stroller is labeled properly, go to your local retail store and purchase some luggage tags.</p><p>2. Check Airline Stroller Policies Before your Arrive- make sure that you call ahead to ask the airline about certain key price and storage policies well in advance. You do not want to show up the day of your flight and have to ask these questions. Ask the airline about how a stroller can be stored, if there are additional charges for either strollers or car seats, if you can gate check your stroller and how you will be able to pick it up after the flight has landed.</p><p>3. Tickets and Receipts- above all else make sure that you hold on to your claim ticket/receipt otherwise you will not be able to claim your stroller from baggage. This can spell disaster if you know that you have stored your stroller and now have no proof that you have done so.</p><p>4. Check for Damage- before you place your child in the stroller, make sure that you check it for any damage. Open and close it once, scanning it for tears, scuff marks or anything else that could potentially lead to the harm of your child. Once all of this is done, place your child in the seat, fasten their safety harness and stroll out of the airport and into days or weeks of fun and total relaxation!…</p>

Budget Travel Ideas – 3 Ideas For Cheap Traveling and Sticking to Your Budget

<p>Budget Travel Ideas – 3 Ideas For Cheap Traveling and Sticking to Your Budget</p><p><img decoding="async" class='wp-post-image' style='float:left;margin-right:10px;' src="https://isubscribeuk.s3.amazonaws.com/images/covers/uk/221/7618/large/HAR.png" width="674px" alt=""/>Are you stumped for budget travel ideas, banging your head against the wall because you are not finding any ideas for cheap travel? Well, a great vacation is within your reach, and within your budget, as long as you use a few resources that savvy travelers know about.</p><p>1. For cheap airfare, plan to travel during non-peak times. This means that you want to fly out of an airport mid-week or on a Saturday. Also, schedule your flight during non-prime hours, i.e. outside of 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Yeah, I know it is not fun to catch a plane at 11:00 PM but you will save a ton of dough this way. Airlines generally bump up the prices on flights that leave between 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. As an added savings, you will want to sign up to get e-mails from your chosen airlines. Many times airlines will give their customers special promotion codes to get added savings on airfare.</p><p>2. Do not plan your trip during the high tourist season. This works for virtually any destination worldwide. You will save money if you travel outside of high season; airfare is cheaper, hotels are cheaper (and are not completely booked), and you won’t have to deal with the tourist crowd.</p><p>3. How about a cruise? Yes, they can be quite costly but consider cruising during the non-peak times of year. The cruise lines still need your business and they cut their prices dramatically. And consider that a cruise is all-inclusive. Many times a vacation really adds up due to the incidentals. By cruising, you won’t have to worry about the incidentals adding up because the food, lodging, transportation, and entertainment is included. Do you have a talent or skill? Cruise companies are always looking for people to entertain their guests. If your skill is something they want, think something like a dance instructor, you may be able to cruise for free in exchange for you giving a few lessons to the passengers.</p><p>I hope this gives you some ideas of how you can start planning your budget travel plans. A nice vacation does not have to cost an arm and a leg. Use your creativity and be flexible about your plans and you can be well on your way to a cheap, but nice and memorable, vacation.…</p>

Traveling Light Tips For Taking a Trip With an Infant

<p>Traveling Light Tips For Taking a Trip With an Infant</p><p><img decoding="async" class='wp-post-image' style='float:left;margin-right:10px;' src="http://images.nadaguides.com/CRS/400x200/2017_LeisureTravelVans_Unity.jpg" width="670px" alt=""/>Why is it the minute people find out you are pregnant, they assume you won’t be traveling anywhere anytime soon? I find that annoying and make it my personal challenge to get out and see the world with my kids. Traveling with an infant can be a challenge though and if you do a search online, there are dozens of articles out there explaining how to travel with an infant, many provide long lists of all those essentials and must haves to bring along. I fell for a lot of that when I had my first child, but now that I am expecting baby #4, I realize that those necessities really aren’t that necessary. True, if you want all the comforts of home then by every means, bring it all. But I enjoy traveling light, even when traveling with the whole family including our infant. And here is how I do it.</p><p>Hotel Necessities: Think comfort and safety when traveling with an infant. If you are staying over night at a hotel, ask ahead of time if they rent or loan a crib. Then you can save yourself the hassle of having to pack a travel bassinet. If you don’t want to take a chance and feel more comfortable bringing along that bassinet for your new baby, then there are a few on the market that fold down to a compact size that fits in your suit case like the Pea Pod by Kidco. There are also portable bed bolsters that inflate and attach to the hotel bed if you prefer to have your infant in the same bed with you. I have used them and not only did it work well while traveling, I continue to use my inflatable bed bolsters at home to keep my active sleepers from toppling onto the floor.</p><p>Diaper Bag: Lets face it, your diaper bag is simply a necessity, but it doesn’t have to be an oversized hassle. I’ve tried out many different diaper bags ranging from big to small, sturdy to flimsy, and none of them met my needs for carrying everything I need in an organized, comfortable manner. That is until I discovered that a diaper bag could be a back pack. My all time favorite diaper bag is a diaper bag backpack made by Baby Sherpa. I use it as my carry-on luggage on flights, as well as my daily diaper bag that also has an insulated compartment for food, snacks, and liquids. As an avid backpacker, I love the feel of a well built backpack on my back.</p><p>Flying with an Infant: I love to avoid carrying a lot including a car seat. Many airlines allow parents to use an infant airplane harness like the Baby B’Air so your infant sits on your lap and is tethered to the same seat belt as the parent. This allows you to avoid lugging around a car seat and checking in a stroller while you fly. That’s a lot of gear I would rather leave at home. There are also nifty travel seat attachments that attach to rolling luggage so kids can sit on them like the Ride-on Carry-on. These work great for toddlers.</p><p>Extra Clothes: Yes, you simply will have to bring extra clothes for your infant. They are cute, but they are messy. Good thing those little outfits don’t take up a whole lot of space in the suitcase. An extra pair of clothes for Mom might not be a bad idea either, unless you have stain free-wrinkle free out fits.</p><p>Transporting Baby: Is a stroller really necessary? Well that would depend on the size of your infant, your comfort level, and the structural integrity of your back. When I travel with an infant, I prefer a sling or baby carrier like the Baby Bjorn. I don’t like to be weighed down by all the baby stuff like bulky strollers and prefer traveling like the Native American Indians did with their infants in the papoose for long distances and Moms hands free.</p><p>Toys, Games, and Extras: Should you bring toys, games and items to entertain your infant? Chances are, your little one will be just fine interacting with you and does not need all the extra stimulation that many infant toys provide while you travel. I have had the experience of traveling on a long road trip with a teething baby. Out of desperation, I handed her my lavender soothing eye satchel. She held it to her face, and instantly stopped crying. Not sure what that was all about, but I would recommend carrying some aromatherapy items along just in case.</p><p>Traveling with kids is a little more complex, though and unless you are a stand up comedian with endless …</p>

6 Reasons Why You Should Visit London

<p>6 Reasons Why You Should Visit London</p><p><img decoding="async" class='wp-post-image' style='float:left;margin-right:10px;' src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/de/German_NANSEN_travel_document_1932.jpg/220px-German_NANSEN_travel_document_1932.jpg" width="676px" alt=""/>London is the one of the most diverse cities in the world. The city is made up of 270 nationalities with more than 250 different languages spoken. There are five airports all with immensely accessible transport links. Once landed, getting around is easy, the underground is very easy to navigate and if you stay away from rush hour you will easily find seats and find the whole process quite pleasurable. Other modes of transport include the famous London buses or black cabs. Either way you will be able to get about quite easily and if you want to see some attractions you could always take a trip on an open tour bus.</p><p>There are hundreds of reason why people from around the world should visit London, so below I have listed my top six reasons.</p><p>History</p><p>The history of London goes back to AD50. You can visit the medieval era at Westminster Abbey. You can visit what is left of the Roman Empire’s Londinium. The Romans built a city where London stands today. Londinium was the largest city in Britannia, initially it was a port, and goods were imported from the far reaches of the Roman Empire. Just walking around London you can see many buildings of this era in its breathtaking architecture. Buildings which are steeped in history and impressive to the eye include St Pauls Cathedral, The Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace,, Sloane’s House, Tower of London and the Albert hall.</p><p>Free attractions</p><p>Most of the top attractions of free. The top museums and art galleries are free to entry. The Natural History Museum is free as is the Science Museum and the British Museum. Art lovers will be pleased to know that the famous Tate museum is free and also the Victoria and Albert Museum.</p><p>Shopping</p><p>If you love to shop, you will be in heaven walking the streets of London. London houses somes of the most famous shops in the world. You can visit harrods, house of Fraser, Selfridges to name just a few. If you don’t have a large wallet there are plenty of back street shops and markets such as Camden market, Petticoat Lane market and Bermondsey Market where you can pick up a bargain.</p><p>Nightlife</p><p>You are spoilt for choice when it comes to nightlife. There are plenty of restaurants, clubs and pubs and theatres. You can take in a west end play; have a meal at a Michelin stared restaurant and end up a famous night club like Stringfellows, Ministry of sound or many other celebrity haunts.</p><p>Parks</p><p>If you were to take a helicopter tour over London you will be absolutely amazed how much green area there is. Hyde Park is one of the most famous and now you can see the Princess Diana memorial fountain there. Other famous parks include, Kensington Gardens, St James’s Park, Richmond Park, Regent’s park and Battersea Park, again this is just naming a few, there are plenty more.</p><p>Hotels</p><p>There are literally hundreds of hotels or bed and breakfasts to suite any budget. You can stay at anything from a world renown 5 star hotel such as the Ritz or the Carlton, but there are also plenty of budget friendly accommodation including youth hostels from about A�15 a night.</p><p>So if you’re planning a visit to London you can be sure there is plenty to do and see. If you are on a budget, that’s not a problem too. With a bit of organisation skills you can take a city break and have a great time on a budget or a lot less expensive as you think.…</p>

Goa Tour for Honeymoon Lovers

<p>Goa Tour for Honeymoon Lovers</p><p><img decoding="async" class='wp-post-image' style='float:left;margin-right:10px;' src="https://i5.walmartimages.com/asr/e99c1f3f-2d41-4788-8915-68ab5b02f515_1.0adba4d5b7a701c5d1133feed4a32c40.jpeg" width="676px" alt=""/>The scintillating combination of sun, sand and surf make Goaone of the most sought after honeymoon destinations in India. The pristine beauty of azure sea hemmed with silvery sands and flanked by swaying palm trees make this place an ideal destination to start romantic life for newly married couples. An unparalleled beauty provides an out of the world experience for couple during their Honeymoon in is a celestial destination which is known for its rich and vibrant collection of flora and fauna, mesmerizing composition of sun, sand and sea, gourmet cuisines and eclectic carnival.</p><p>Honeymoon is the period of a newly wed couple when they nurtures intimacy between them and helps them to come closer. It develops a sense of harmony which propels their strong relationship throughout their lifetime. Some of the popular Goa attractions which can be enjoyed by honeymooners during their Honeymoon Tour Goa are:</p><p>Goa Beaches: </p><p>Goa beaches are best of Goa natural wonderswhich are famous worldwide for their silvery sand, azure sea and unending rows of palm trees. The juxtaposition of sun, sand and sea make Goa Beaches a magical destination where one can stimulate their sense of imagination. It is the perfect place where you can get marooned by your sweetheart on the sandy beaches. These Beaches in Goa are also the centers of water sports activities like Swimming, Scuba Diving, Catamaran Rides, Speedboat Rides, and Kayaking which gives you a chance to enjoy with your beloved.</p><p>Some of the most famous beaches of this place are Calangute, Colva, Anjuna, Bambolim, Betul and Palolem.</p><p>Goa River Cruise on the Mandovi River is other most famous activities for the honeymooners. Mandovi River is long and languid and its cruise is full of fun and excitement which can be enjoyed during daytime, sunset or moonlight. The joy of this tour is heightens by the onboard cultural troupes entertaining you with your beloved.</p><p>Other attractions which can be enjoyed during honeymoon are museums, churches, night parties, wildlife sanctuaries and temples. The romantic experience of the Goa Honeymoonis heightens by the world-class facilities by of hotels and beach resorts.…</p>

How To Choose The Right Pool For Home

<p>How To Choose The Right Pool For Home</p><p><img decoding="async" class='wp-post-image' style='float:left;margin-right:10px;' src="http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTIwMFgxNjAw/z/sQEAAOxy14VRSN5u/$T2eC16RHJIkE9qU3kVqfBRSN5t0jdg~~60_35.JPG" width="676px" alt=""/>Having a pool is a great luxury that many home owners enjoy on a regular basis, especially during the hotter months of the year. So if you are thinking about getting a pool for you and your family to enjoy at your home, you may be wondering how to go about choosing the right pool. After all, there are many different types of pools to consider, and depending on your specific wants and needs, one type of pool may be a better fit for your home than another type. Luckily, there are some basic considerations to keep in mind that will make it easier for you to make the right choice.</p><p>The first thing to consider when it comes to choosing the right pool is your budget. This will be a guiding principle when it comes to making further choices regarding the type of pool that you choose. From there, you should decide between an above-ground and in-ground pool.</p><p>Above-ground pools are good for people on a limited budget who would like to be able to bring their pool with them in the event that they end up moving at some point down the road. However, one drawback to an above-ground pool is the fact that they tend to kill the grass that they sit upon. In addition, these pools tend to be smaller.</p><p>An in-ground pool, on the other hand, is a great way to add value to your home if you plan on trying to resell it at some point down the road. In addition, in-ground pools can be a lot more extravagant, ranging in their depths and sizes. In addition, since these pools tend to be deeper, they can usually have fun accessories added on to them, such as water slides and diving boards.</p><p>Once you decide on the type of pool that is right for you, then it is time to consider some other aspects of your pool. For starters, how deep do you want the pool to be at its maximum depth and minimum depth? In addition, how big do you want the pool to be in diameter? In figuring this out, it is a good idea to also consider the size of your backyard and the land that you have to work with. From there, consider other aspects of your new pool such as the shape and overall style in order to decide which will be the best fit for you.</p><p>Finally, think about special accessories that you may want to add to your pool. Perhaps you would like to have some colored pool lights installed or even something as simple as a fun volleyball net to set up for a fun game with family and friends.</p><p>Overall, making the decision regarding what kind of pool is best for your home does take some careful consideration. However, the time you put into it will be worth it in the end when you have a beautiful pool to enjoy in your backyard during the hot months of the summer.…</p>