When you think, “date,” you probably think wine, candles, fancy restaurants, and nice clothes; Disney World in fact, is maybe one of the last things on your mind in association with the word “date.”
Fall is a terrific time of year to visit Walt Disney World. The temperatures drop a bit from the sizzling summer highs, and the crowd levels also decrease as children head back to school.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom, which opened in 1998, was intended to celebrate both real and imaginary animal species. Real species, both current and extinct, would be featured in the lands of Africa, Asia, Discovery Island, and DinoLand, USA. The imaginary animals of legends and fairy tales were to live in a separate land known as Beastly Kingdom, or Beastlie Kingdomme.
So many of us love the movies, stories, and characters that Pixar has developed over the years. You might be surprised at how much an impact Pixar has had on Disney World.
Disney World hasn't made its name with heart-stopping thrill rides, but that doesn't mean there aren't exciting roller coasters and other adrenaline pumping attractions scattered amid the tamer rides at Disney's theme parks.
Summers can swelter at Walt Disney World, but there are ways to beat the heat. Each of the Disney World parks offer attractions that are perfectly designed to provide relief from sizzling temperatures.
Disney announces a $50 discount of Wild Africa Trek Safaris that take place after 11:45am, through August 25, 2012.