• On Mar 23, 2016
    Danielle from TX Asked

    I'm visiting WDW for the first time ever (been to Disneyland dozens of times) - and this time with NO KIDS! I have about 4-6 days, and want to experience as much as possible. What are your recommendations for fun, and food for a lone mamma? :)

    Hi, Danielle!
    Your question is right up my alley!

    Last fall, I had a chance to visit Walt Disney World Resort for some days by myself while my husband attended a conference and my kids had a grandparent watching them!

    My first tip is using a Park Hopper Ticket Option so much easier when you are bouncing between parks without the rest of the family. I spent one day focused on seeing if I could ride all of my favorite rides in all four parks in one day. (I did, and I got to see the Wishes Nighttime Spectacular at the end of the day.) I also took the time to enjoy some the restaurants in Epcot - because my kids weren't there to complain about enjoying the delicious traditional food. Take your time and enjoy all of the shops! There are some really nice things you've probably never seen before if you've only visited with the kids.

    If you are park hopping, I'd recommend walking from Epcot to Disney's Hollywood Studios by walking past Disney's Beach and Yacht Clubs and behind Disney's Boardwalk Inn. The stroll is enjoyable and checking out the Epcot resort area is special.

    Those are just a few of my favorite things at Walt Disney World Resort by myself! Let me know if I can answer any extra questions before your kid-free Disney visit!
    -Jen
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Meet the Panelist: Jen, Missouri

I’m a mom, wife and goldendoodle dog owner who is not afraid to ride a fast roller coaster again and again. I love to travel - which is good since I telework with a job in Washington, DC. I’ve visited Disneyland and Walt Disney World multiple times and it’s fed into my belief that you’re never too old to have fun. I run when I can and recently earned my runDisney Coast to Coast medal! I also love photography and founded an online special needs community. Learn More About Jen

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