Does anybody else get major Disney withdrawals days, weeks to even months after a Disney trip?
It has been four months too long since my last trip to Walt Disney World and I am having major Disney World withdrawals. (I’ve even looked up hotel pricing for my birthday month even though I know there’s no way I can go. Or is there? Hmm.) So, to cope with my Disney World withdrawal, I have decided to compile a bucket list of things I have yet to do at Walt Disney World.
MEET ALL THE DISNEY PRINCESSES
Meeting some of the Disney Princesses during our wedding anniversary trip was absolutely magical. (Meeting ‘Talking’ Town Square Mickey at Magic Kingdom was even more magical!) Now I want to make it a point to meet all Disney Princesses during my next trip. Disney Princesses I have already met are: Ariel, Belle and Jasmine.
DINE AT CINDERELLA’S ROYAL TABLE
Dining at Be Our Guest gave me a glimpse of the great amount of detail Disney puts into their restaurants to provide the ultimate dining experience, taking you into a magical world. If dining at Be Our Guest gave me chills, I can’t even imagine what it would be like to dine at Cinderella’s Royal Table. Future wedding anniversary idea?
ATTEND MICKEY’S VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS PARTY
I’ve spent the holidays at Disney World before, including ringing in the new year with Mickey, but we didn’t get a chance to attend Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. I’m definitely planning for this one year but for one of the earlier dates to avoid the crowds.
ATTEND MICKEY’S NOT SO SCARY HALLOWEEN PARTY
Now, this is a must because during our last trip in September, we were scheduled to arrive to Disney World on one of the Fridays that Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party was taking place but our flight was cancelled due to Hurricane Harvey aftermath and our new flight was later in the day so, we wouldn’t have made it in time to see the Sanderson Sisters. Next time, tho!
DRINK AT EVERY COUNTRY AT EPCOT
Dangerous, I know. Joseph and I tried this (and taking a photo at every country) during our wedding anniversary trip and we failed miserably. Note to self: Leave Mexico for last. Those margaritas get you!
STAY AT DISNEY’S GRAND FLORIDIAN RESORT & SPA
This resort is just absolutely stunning. I like to take the monorail from Magic Kingdom to the Grand Floridian for a quick break from the parks just to admire the resort and all its beauty. Disney resort stay goals, for sure.
RUN THE DISNEY PRINCESS ENCHANTED 10K (OKAY, MAYBE 5K)
I know I can run a 5K. The only way I would run a 10K is if its at Disney World. Thanks to my mother-in-law, I already have runDisney gear. Now, I just need to sign up for the next one. (It would’ve been this year but Joseph and I had already booked a trip to Vegas during that time, and we didn’t train.)
ATTEND THE FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL (AGAIN)
During our trip last September, we attended the Food & Wine Festival but only for a little bit. It was way too crowded and I didn’t plan it accordingly. I didn’t know what to expect or how overwhelming it would be even after reading so many blogs about how to prepare for it. Any tips?
SEE THE KISS GOODNIGHT SHOW
One of these days I will stay at the parks long enough to see The Kiss Goodnight show at Cinderella’s Castle. The bed is usually calling my name early after a long day at the parks that I forget to stay behind.
RIDE THE ROCK ‘N’ ROLLER COASTER
I’m not sure why I haven’t done this yet. We planned on it during our wedding anniversary trip but I couldn’t ride intense rides at the time since I was still pretty sore from my car accident. (I learned that the hard way after riding Space Mountain.) This last trip, we didn’t have a Fast Pass for it and yeah, I’m Fast Pass spoiled so if I didn’t snatch a Fast Pass for a ride, I’m not waiting.
What’s on your Disney World bucket list?