Tuesday, October 25, 2011

All In A Golden Afternoon!

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Today we are discussing our vision for a perfect afternoon in Walt Disney World. And while I consider ANY afternoon in which I am on property to be perfect, there are those days that are practically perfect in every way. So what would my "Golden Afternoon" look like? Let's take a peek!

Series 1: with my family:
There is no denying Disney Parks are bursting with magic! But with the family in tow, park days can be long and stressful. So when it comes to a perfect afternoon with the family, it's usually what we call our "Resort Day". This is our chance to slow things down, and enjoy the many wonderful amenities offered at Disney's fine resorts. As DVC Members, our options abound in selecting some of Disney's finest accommodations. So here's how our day would go.....

Enjoy Breakfast with some real characters......

Make a splash in our favorite Resort pool.......

Pedal around a bit........

Sink a putt, or two.......

Have a Disney Date Night!

And my perfect afternoon "Wishes" have come true!

All in a Golden Afternoon!

Stay tuned to the DisneyFAITHful as the "Perfect Afternoon in Disney World" series continues Thursday, when I discuss a perfect afternoon in Disney just me and the hubby. Friday, we take a look at my perfect afternoon solo!

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  1. Sounds like a good day to me:)

  2. Me too. I have still not talked my family into minature golf. Maybe someday.

  3. Amazing how you can enjoy so many things during an afternoon "off!" I love all your choices and am looking forward to reading the rest of the series!

  4. We've never made time to do mini-golf at Disney but we all love it! Hmmm . . . I'll have to see if I can fit it in next trip!

  5. I love your pictures and love the idea of a resort day, we do that too.

  6. Rest days are key for us. When we brought all three kids with our oldest being 3.5, we realized that a resort day is a great way to explore all that Disney has to offer outside the parks. I can't wait to read the rest of your series!

  7. How did you manage a date night?

    1. Walt Disney World endorses a private babysitting service called, Kids Nite Out, http://www.kidsniteout.com/. And if your children are ages 3-12, There are several Kids Activity Centers located at select WDW Resorts, http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/recreation/kids-activities/ These services allow for a little alone time :)