Wednesday, 3 July 2019

WDW Wednesdays: One Week to Go

And just like that it’s now one week until we go to Florida. I feel like this (my first trip) has been years in the making, but now it’s so close I’m starting to have those useless last minute holiday feelings, needless panics about outfits and the exchange rate and ‘what if I don’t recognise my suitcase on the carousel’, silly things like that. On the whole though, I am very very excited. I don’t want to give you a blow by blow account of what we’re doing just yet (otherwise why would you read the trip reports when I’m back?) but I will tell you all a rough idea of where we’ll be and when.

Day one: Magic Kingdom
Day two: Animal Kingdom
Day three: EPCOT
Day four: Magic Kingdom
Day five: EPCOT
Day six: Animal Kingdom
Day seven: Hollywood Studios
Day eight: EPCOT
Day nine: Animal Kingdom
Day ten: Hollywood Studios
Day eleven: Magic Kingdom
Day twelve: Magic Kingdom

That is where our fast passes are booked for anyway. I intend on watching all of the shows and parades too, and we also have two character meals booked, so that should be really good fun. I won’t be blogging at all whilst I’m there, so follow me on Instagram for all the live content, of which there will be loads.

Words cannot express how grateful I feel at being allowed to join in on the Page family holiday, and I am going to have the most magical time ever, I just know it.


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