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MEV Vacation Tips: Touring the Walt Disney World Resorts
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A Polynesian Resort, a Wilderness Lodge, an African Lodge where animals roam, the feel of the “Old South”, oversized iconic figures, the feel of the Caribbean, reliving the days of old Boardwalk. These are just a few of the “themes” of each uniquely designed Walt Disney World® Resort. Take a break one day from the hustle of the parks and take a tour of the many different hotels that Walt Disney World® has to offer. You will be transformed into many different places and see the unique design that each resort has to offer.
Enjoy an authentic luau at Disney’s Polynesian Resort, escape to the feel of the Roosevelt era with the beautiful national park feel of Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. At Disney’s BoardWalk Inn, you can walk down the old-fashioned boardwalk while being transported back to a simple time of family vacations on the beach. Enjoy boardwalk games and delicious ice cream. Make your way to Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge not only for the delicious food at their restaurants, but to see any of several species of animals roaming in the grassland. Anything is possible while staying on property of a Walt Disney World® Resort. You don’t have to be a guest of the hotel in order to enjoy each hotel. From any park, you can board that resort’s shuttle, take a boat ride or hop on the monorail to tour these extensively different resorts. It’s a great way to relax and enjoy the beauty around you. Take some time from your vacation and visit the beauty of each location and relax as the magic of Disney takes you a different locales and eras. You won’t be disappointed!
Plan your visit to any of the 20+ hotels of the Walt Disney World® Resort to experience the magical “extra benefits” of being a resort guest. Your MouseEarVacations.com® Travel Specialist is waiting to help you get started! Related Links Discuss It -- Posted May 5, 2011
Plan your visit to any of the 20+ hotels of the Walt Disney World® Resort to experience the magical “extra benefits” of being a resort guest. Your MouseEarVacations.com® Travel Specialist is waiting to help you get started!
-- Posted May 5, 2011