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Author: Budget Diva

I am a big time planner! It comes as no surprise that I have had our Disney vacation already planned out weeks in advance. I even created index ‘itinerary’ cards and laminated them to keep them safe from rain and water rides. There is one card per day of vacation. I also attached a small map of each park onto the back of the index card. This allows for easy access to the daily itinerary. I also created a vacation binder filled with our dining reservations printed out, maps, notes, lists, etc. I LOVE to make lists! To give you an idea, my lists include the packing list, the actual road trip snack list, the grocery list and finally, the list of things we ‘must see’ while on vacation such as snacks, shops, etc.

Sunday-leave house by 5 am to drive to FLORIDA!
Check in at hotel
Dinner at hotel
Monday-Hollywood Studios (opens at 9 am)
Lunch in cooler
Quick service dinner at Toy Story Pizza Planet
Back to hotel by 7pm
Tuesday-Magic Kingdom (opens at 9 am)
Reservations at Chef Mickey’s 8:10 am (birthday breakfast)
Ride monorail to Magic Kingdom
Lunch in cooler
Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique reservations at 1:00 for the “Birthday Girl”
Birthday dinner at 1900 Park Fare at 6:25pm
Wednesday-POOL DAY!!
fun in the sun, nap time for the kiddies and shopping at Downtown Disney
Dinner at Earl of Sandwich-(use our freebie birthday club coupon)
Ice Cream at Ghiradelli
Thursday-Magic Kingdom (opens at 9am)
kids get faces painted
quick service dinner-Columbia Harbor House
Main Street Electrical Parade at 9pm
Wishes Nighttime Spectacular (fireworks) at 10pm
Friday-Magic Kingdom
no ‘set plans’, just enjoy the last day, purchase souvenirs, enjoy our favorite snacks (dole whips!) and take lots of pictures!
Lunch in cooler
Dinner reservations at the Polynesian-Spirit of Aloha show at 5:15pm.
If you’re needing a plan, feel free to borrow ours! And GOOD LUCK PLANNING!