The Swan Hotel is on my bucket list!
Walt Disney World is huge, and even though I’ve been visiting it since 1976, there is still a lot I haven’t done! I’ve been slowly and steadily crossing things off my Walt Disney World Bucket List, but there are still some things I haven’t gotten to!
Still haven’t stayed at the Boardwalk Villas!
STAY AT EVERY SINGLE RESORT
This is probably more of a pipe dream, as when it comes right down to it, I’ve stayed at the Polynesian Village Resort more than any of the others. But I’d love to sit on a balcony at Animal Kingdom Lodge looking at wildlife while I drink my morning coffee. I’d be thrilled to stay in one of the Treehouse Villas and feel like I’m in a secluded area even though I’m right in the middle of the World. And I’m dying to try out one of those comfortable table-to-beds in the Art of Animation Family Suites!
VISIT TOY STORY LAND
This one is definitely not a question of “if” but of “when.” My last visit to Walt Disney World happened before the opening of Toy Story Land, and I’m looking forward to seeing it first hand. From all that I’ve seen, the entire land is impeccably themed and the rides are super fun.
EAT AT MORIMOTO ASIA
My family doesn’t do Disney Springs, simply because when we’re in the World, we wind up spending as much time as possible at the parks. When we do take a break, we tend to explore our own resort or another one that’s nearby. But I used to watch Iron Chef regularly, and I am deeply jealous of my sister who got to eat at Masaharu Morimoto’s Pennsylvania restaurant. I love sushi, and he’s a master. So one day, I’m going to bite the proverbial bullet, leave the parks, and eat here!
RUN (OKAY, WALK) A 5K
Those who know me know that I don’t run unless someone is far away holding a Dole Whip. But I love walking, and recently did my very first 5K on Castaway Cay during our Disney Dream Cruise. But I’ve never done any of the races at Walt Disney World. It would be so much fun to dress up in a themed costume and challenge myself to beat my previous time!
ATTEND MICKEY’S NOT-SO-SCARY HALLOWEEN PARTY
If you’ve been reading my blogs for a while, you know that I’ve attending Mickey’s Halloween Party at Disneyland twice, and we’re looking forward to trying the Oogie Boogie Bash at California Adventure next month. But I’ve never attending this party at Walt Disney World. I would love to experience the East Coast’s version of this party and see the Magic Kingdom decked out in its Halloween finery!
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