Family vacations can be a great time for...well, you know, the whole family, but you’ll still experience your fair share of challenges along the way. Planning your ideal family trip is one thing in and of itself, let alone actually getting to your destination and embarking on all of the activities that you’ve so carefully laid out for your loved ones.
Of course, the ultimate family vacation involves visiting Disney World here in beautiful, sunny Florida — a place that we’re proud to call home, even if our next door neighbors are alligators. No child is immune from the infectious Disney magic, and if you’re currently in the Orlando area soaking up all of the fun and wonder that is a week spent in Disney’s various theme parks, then we applaud your decision to treat your kids.
Family Vacations Aren’t Always Easy, But Dinner Can Be A “No Brainer”
Now, as fun as Disney World is, navigating the experience isn’t always a walk in the park (even though it literally is a walk in the park). A day of waiting in long lines in the hot Florida sun has probably left Junior feeling a little bit cranky, and that’s after you bought him the funnel cake that you promised.
Maybe you left that bottle of overpriced sunscreen in your hotel room and figured that it wasn’t worth it to go back and get it. Maybe your family is just flat-out dehydrated and exhausted from being on their collective feet for most of the day. Hopefully, the kids had a total blast over the course of the week because now you’re nearing the end of your vacation, and your exhaustion is wearing on you.