Day 163 in my learning how to do this new Disney thing for when I meet up with Mickey in October
Today’s plan was to investigate “My Disney Experience” and that is what I have done. It is a wonderful site with a plethora of information on all things Disney. It is an amazing resource for preparing for a trip to the most magical place on earth. I found out about all sorts of experiences that are new since we’ve been to Florida. There is something called the Tomorrowland Terrace Fireworks Dessert Party. No, seriously…who would not want to try this out? You watch the fireworks over the Magic Kingdom while sampling desserts and drinks…AND you have a seat to take it all in. After a day of tromping around the parks, I can’t imagine a better scenario. 🙂
My Disney Experience is a fantastic resource for plotting out a trip to Disney. You can investigate restaurants, attractions and experiences there. And since it is a Disney site, the info is current.
Meet you at the Kingdom!
BTW: I purchased 5-day park hopper passes for everyone in our party as a Christmas gift this year. After I purchased them, info started to come out about MagicBands. So I ordered us each a MagicBand from The Disney Store. It just seems like such a cool way to access everything: open our door at Old Key West, get into the parks, pay for meals. It’s just the coolest thing. I got the bands and went into “My Disney Experience” to register them. Then I run into trouble with one of the bands. When I call to get it all straightened out, I am told, “Oh, those will be spare bands.”
“What do you mean?” I ask.
“You’e staying on property so your MagicBands will automatically be sent to you with your names inside them. *(pause)* But, it’s good to have a spare in case one gets lost.”
“Doh!” I think. Wasted about $60.
Live and learn, my friends, live and learn.