As I type this post, we are 100 days from our next Disney vacation! This day marks a milestone—a marker of sorts that our Disney vacation is within reach. Thank goodness!
As proactive and avid planners, most of the details of our vacation have already been worked out. Flights scheduled with a recent change in our return flights—for the better. An overnight stay at the Hyatt at
prior to our Disney cruise is reserved.
Our travel agent got us a great price and free breakfast! Disney transfers from airport to port and
port to resort have been added to our existing reservation. Since we are staying on the ship in Orlando International Airport Nassau, the only Port
Adventures to reserve involve floats and bikes for Castaway Cay.
Our Walt Disney World Resort is reserved along with Advance Dining Reservations for table service meals for the length of our stay. Tickets are a part of our package.
Sounds like we are all set. But are we really? There are still some timelines that have to be met.
- 90 days. Our cruise needs to be paid in full and we can register the boy for the Kids’ Club and reserve our Port Adventures.
- 45 days. The Walt Disney World Resort portion of our vacation needs to be paid in full.
- 10 days prior to our Walt Disney World Resort stay we can check-in online.
Then there is the pre-purchase of the Photopass CD sometime prior to our trip. And the packing, prepping, etc.
None of the details are burdensome. For me, it is exciting and exhilarating to plan a Disney vacation.
Now, if the time would just go by faster. 99 days, 98 days, 97, 96, . . .