And may I just say, if you and your kids are in the market for some relaxing, laid-back family fun in the sun … Disney World is totally not that vacation.
You can take that vacation after the mouse has had his way with you. Now bend over and say cheese.
My parents gave us the Disney trip as a Christmas gift. It included five days and four nights at the Beach Club resort, where this is but one of the many ways you may enter the three-acre Fantasy Pool:
At Disney World, when you wish upon a star, it will cost you no less than $65 per wish, per person, plus gratuity, unless you are on the $500 Weekly Wish Plan with unlimited free wish refills … you’re not? Well then PONY UP, BITCHES, 'CAUSE MICKEY NEED A NEW PAIR O’ BRITCHES, AND DA MOUSE HE LIKE HIM TEH FANCY VELVETS.
I'll start with this one: Don't Wake the Kids Up at 3AM for a Red-eye Flight to Orlando in Order to "Pack the Most into Your First Day at Disney." Our two guys waddled around the Magic Kingdom like a couple of belligerent drunks until we finally gave up and took them back to the hotel for a nap.
So adieu! (To yieu and yieu and yieu).