I have been a Disney fan for as long as I can remember (it runs in my family and was passed down to me). Now that I am an adult, I daydream of other Disney experiences I have yet to-do. Hence, my Ultimate Disney Bucket list! Read my top 5 items on my list now! What would your top 5 items be for your Ultimate Disney Bucket List?
1. Go on a Disney Cruise
I have heard that cruising with Disney is like no other! I would love to someday experience this with my family. I find water calming and would love to lounge on a Disney Cruise while gazing at the ocean. Another Disney Cruise experience I would like to do is visit Castaway Cay.
2. Go to Disneyland Paris
I consider Walt Disney World my home away from home. However Disneyland Paris is top on my to-do Disney park bucket list. One of the things holding me back from accomplishing this is the lengthy plane ride! I would love to admire Sleeping Beauty’s Castle, the La Taniere Du Dragon and more in person.
3. Stay At A monorail Resort at Walt Disney World
As just stated above, Disney World is my “home”. However, I have never stayed at a Deluxe Resort. More specifically my dream is to stay at a monorail Resort at Disney World. I can imagine how amazing it would be to hop on the monorail to Magic Kingdom! To accomplish this my choices would be: Disney’s Contemporary, Grand Floridian or Polynesian Village Resort.
4. Stay on site at Disneyland Resort
I have always stayed on property at Disney World, and have stayed at least 5 different Disney World resorts. However, I have NEVER been to Disneyland Resort. So in addition to visiting Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, my dream would be to stay on site as I do for Disney World.
5. Attend Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party
Trick or Treating around Magic Kingdom? Yes, please! Another item on my Disney bucket List is to attend Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. Besides the rare characters, shorter lines to favorite attractions and unlimited candy, another thing entices me to attend. This being, dressing up as a family! Normally, adults (guests aged 14+) are not allowed to dress in costume at the parks, however the only exception to this is party goers of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween party!
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