I’ve been thinking about turning 65 years old and becoming eligible for Medicare. It’s a year and a half away for me, but I’d like to celebrate it at Walt Disney World. I turned 60 there, and it just seems like this next milestone would be fun to be there, too. We wouldn’t be using our DVC points, because we’re saving those for Disneyland Paris in 2021. but I’ve always wanted to stay at Port Orleans French Quarter, and this may be the right opportunity to do so. Here’s what Disney has to say about it:
Revel in the romance and pageantry of New Orleans’s historic French Quarter at this Moderate Resort hotel, where cobblestone streets, gas lamps, wrought-iron balconies and fragrant magnolia blossoms evoke the Antebellum era and colorful Mardi Gras characters and jazz keep things lively.
We would take in the holiday sites, and go into EPCOT for one day so we could experience the Candlelight Processional.
Day 400 in my planning my way to meeting up with Mickey
Today’s plan was to book some dining reservations for our December trip to Walt Disney World. Here’s what the plans are:
- December 6–Dinner at The Hollywood Brown Derby and a leisurely afternoon and evening strolling around Disney’s Hollywood Studios and taking in the Osbourne Spectacle of Lights and perhaps Fantasmic!
- December 7–Dinner at Rose & Crown Pub at EPCOT followed by Candlelight Processional. And an afternoon and evening of EPCOT touring.
- December 8–An early dinner at The Wave…of American Flavors at Disney’s Contemporary Resort followed by Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom. I would have liked to have dinner at Magic Kingdom, but there is not one available reservation for that afternoon/evening. However, I have a soft spot for Disney’s Contemporary Resort, so I’m happy to have an excuse to visit there.
What a fun day this has been! Meet you at the Kingdom!