Archives for June 2012
Welcome to those of you joining me from Disney Living and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the final stop on our Magical Blogorail.
Thank you for joining Magical Blogorail Green this month. We will be back in July with an all new theme. Keep checking in with our blogs in between loops to keep up to date with our Disney news, photos and stories. If you are looking for more Disney magic, you can make your way over to The Magical Blogorail website to see all our members and their blogs, as well as all our previous loops.
Here is the map of our Magical Blogorail should you happen to have to make astop along the way and want to reboard:
1st Stop ~ Walt Disney World: Not Just for Kids
Final Stop ~ A Disney Mom’s Thoughts
If you have any unused, non-expiration park tickets left at the end of your vacation, make sure ONE person is responsible for all the unused tickets. Better yet, make sure that ONE person is someone who is organized and loves Disney.
My parents got the 4 day Military tickets in March and used one day. They planned to use the rest of their days this month. The night before they left, my mom asked my dad if he had his ticket and he said, “No. I thought it was my room key from March and threw it away at the end of our last trip…”
It stinks, but it can happen.
1. When you arrive at the park, head straight to Guest Services and request a Birthday Button! These are free and will get you special attention throughout the day from cast members and park guests.
3. Order a birthday cake to be delivered to your table at a restaurant on property. Call (407) 827-2253 48-hours before the special meal to make arrangements.
4. Make reservations (180 days in advance) at the birthday persons favorite restaurant on property- don’t forget #2!!
5. Decorate your hotel room while the birthday guest is sleeping or taking a shower! Or for a price, you have have decorations sent to your room from Disney Florist! Call 407-939-4438 for prices and learn more about the packages at Disney Florist.
6. Book a “Pirate and Pals Fireworks Voyage” on the birthday night. Prices are $54 for adults and $31 for children; for more info visit Pirate and Pals Fireworks Voyage.
8. Buy a birthday hat at any of the souvenir shops on Disney Property and have the birthday guest wear it all day!
9. Plan a private birthday party at Goofy’s Candy Co in Downtown Disney!
10. Let the birthday guest choose the activities for the day.
11. Buy a special birthday pin or souvenir for the birthday guest!
What do you like to do to celebrate birthdays at Walt Disney World?