Day 1 : We arrived at Orlando Disney world on Monday. Our hotel was situated on boardwalk. Name - boardwalk inn, this is located along the lake and we got a lake facing room with beautiful view. Boardwalk has few bars, eateries and restaurants. We didn't plan much for that day so we just walked along the lake. They have made an artificial beach and its so peaceful. Watching sunset from there is one of my favorite memories of Disney world. Orange, purple, yellow, red all the mesmerizing colors playing artfully up in the sky.
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Walt Disney World
Things to Do One of the most popular themed resorts in the world, Walt Disney World in Orlando features four theme parks, two water parks, several golf courses, a camping resort, additional entertainment venues, 27 themed resort hotels and nine non-Disney hotels.New in 2017 The newest theme park coming to Disneyland’s Animal Kingdom is Disney World: Pandora—The World of Avatar, complete with floating mountains. It is slated to open this May, so you may see on your summer trip to the park. The thrilling simulator, Avatar Flight of Passage, will enable riders to climb on the back of a winged-mountain banshee and traverse the Pandoran Jungle. The Na’vi River Journey, a scenic boat ride, will take passengers into a bioluminescent rainforest.Among other developments, the Animal Kingdom park at Disney World has extended the operating hours to include after-dark experiences and nighttime safaris. Other Locations: California, Hawaii, Tokyo, Paris, Hong Kong and Shanghai.
Disney's Animal Kingdom
The second day was spent in the Animal Kingdom park! This was loads of fun. It's like a zoo with rides. Being animal lovers, we really enjoyed our time here. Almost every ride was worth the wait and we were constantly surprised by interesting animals or beautiful birds.Must-Dos: Wildlife express, Everest expedition, Awakening of the tree of life (show), Bird show, Riverboat ride.Tip: Walk to all the animal viewing areas to see everything from river otters to tigers.Eat At: Yak and YetiRank amongst 4 parks: 2nd
Disney's Hollywood Studios
We chose the Hollywood studios park first because we were still jet lagged and didn't want to do a bigger park, afraid we might miss some of it! To make it easier for you to plan, I'm going to make this quick.Must-Dos: Hollywood tower hotel, rock and rolla coasterTips: Buy the photopass for your entire stay and you can ask any Disney photographer to take beautiful photos of you that you can then download from the app. Super helpful if you're on a honeymoon and don't want awkward selfies as the only photos you have together.Eat At: Mama Melrose'sRank amongst 4 parks: 3rd
I have to say this was the most disappointing of the four Disney parks. All our friends had mentioned Epcot as a must do so we were probably expecting it to be more fun than the other two parks we had already seen. Epcot is dry, grey and steely. It's not cheerful or playful like the other parks and the rides aren't grown up enough to justify how boring it is! This was the first time we left a park before sunset because we just weren't feeling itMust-Dos: Space mountainTip: Look out for art exhibits or other events at Epcot- it's usually the most 'adult' park of the fourEat At: Starbucks!Rank amongst 4 parks: Last/4th