Theme Parks


Disneyworld is a mammoth sized resort which encompasses four theme parks and two water parks (alongside a huge shopping and dining complex, a load of hotels/camping grounds/villas, golf courses – the place is simply huge).

Here’s a round up of my top 3:

3 – Hollywood Studios. Although there aren’t many rides at this relatively small theme park, I just love walking down the 1920s themed Hollywood streets, and sitting down to the shows that take place. Frozen, Little Mermaid, Beauty & the Beast, Indiana Jones – all excellent live productions in their own right. Coming back in the evening to watch the Star Wars fireworks and light show was a real treat.

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2 – Magic Kingdom

The flagship park of Disneyworld is basically every Disney fairy tale all thrown into one space and jumbled about a bit. We got here early on the day we visited, starting the day with breakfast at the Beast’s castle at 8am, before moving onto the rides. It’s a place which is just fun to walk around, but we still managed to fit in the classic rides – Thunder Mountain, Haunted Mansion and Runaway Mine Train.


1 – Animal Kingdom

My all time favourite – the theming, the animals, the rides, all are brilliant! Where else can you go on great rollercoasters, followed by safari, followed by a tiger walk! The inclusion of Pandora from Avatar makes this park stand out by a country mile.

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