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How to Have a Stress-Free Trip to Disney World With Air Charter and More

6 December 2011 No Comment

If you’re a parent, your kids probably beg you every year to go on vacation to Disney World. The thought of going there may give you a migraine, though. Wouldn’t it be nicer for you and your spouse to take a trip to the Bahamas using a private air charter service while the kids stayed with their grandparents? Alas, you can’t go to the Bahamas with your spouse every year. At some point, you’re going to have to fulfil your promise of going with the whole family to the happiest place on earth. Here are some tips to help you make your trip as stress-free as possible:


  • Charter a jet instead of flying on a regular, old-fashioned plane. Getting the whole family through airport security can seem like an insurmountable task. Not to mention, when you fly on a regular plane, you, your spouse, and kids might have to go through the invasive process of passing through a full-body scanner. If you charter a jet, you don’t have to deal with any of the unpleasant security rigmarole at the airport.


  • Stay at a hotel inside the park. Staying someplace outside the park may save you a little bit of money, but it will be far less convenient. You’ll have to commute there and find parking, which can be a hassle. It’s much easier to just roll out of bed and have Disney World right outside your door.


  • If you want to avoid the crowds and long lines at Disney World, don’t go there in the summer. A great time to go is October or November, if your kids can take a little time off from school. The busiest time to go to the theme park is during the summer months, when kids are all off from school and parents are more likely to take time off from work. If you’re concerned about the weather in October or November, you should keep in mind that it’s not too cold or rainy in Florida during those months. You actually may prefer a cool breeze to the heat you can expect in the summer.


  • If one of your kids is over twelve, have that kid be the chaperone and take the younger children to different areas of the park, while you and your spouse enjoy some time alone. It’s probably not a good idea to separate from your kids the whole time you’re at Disney World, but there’s no harm in giving them and yourself a little freedom, if they’re old enough to handle the responsibility. If you’re concerned about safety, have your kids keep a cell phone with them, so they can contact you in case of emergency.


So, don’t get stressed out about a trip to Disney World. You, your spouse, and your kids can all have a great time if you just do a few things to ensure a comfortable and fun trip!

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