14 Things We’ve Never Told You About Disney World…But You Should Know!

Every time I’m in Disney World I notice a new tip or trick that I need to tell you guys about! And here’s a bunch of need-to-know information that I couldn’t wait to share!

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  1. CEO of Disney believes in killing the unborn

  2. Mary Kruseski

    June 3, 2019 at 4:17 pm

    Last summer we needed some Advil while in Epcot. While in one of the gift shops I looked and looked, no medications. I happened to ask a cast member and he pulled out a huge tray of single doses of everything from under the counter. Score! Not sure if they all have it, but why wouldn’t they? We were so grateful!

  3. My best fireworks advice. Is if you can watch them twice, do so. Watch them in the middle of the park but yes, there will be people with their phones in your face filming it (shout out to those who use flash while filming, you’re the actual worst) despite there being plenty of full shows on YouTube of all the fireworks shows on YouTube making it less necessary for you to film it yourself and I guarantee those are going to be better than anything you can film in a crowd with dozens of others doing the same. But watch them at least once from in front of the castle. Then if you can, watch them again from the train station on Main Street. Being up high means that you will see the fireworks better, but you may not see every detail of the castle projections. I never had much of an issue with that, but the back half of Main Street doesn’t shut the lights off, so note that. However I have thoroughly enjoyed the fireworks from there. Get there an hour to an hour and a half early as you would for any decent spot for the show, to ensure you get against the gate. It fills up fast in the last hour before the show starts and people will try and worm their way to the front. So make sure you get there early. If you can get the gate without many people around you, you will be pretty set. You won’t have people with camera’s in your face. People do however go up there to get photo’s but otherwise that’s my favorite place to go and it’s not a wildly known spot either. This is also good if you have little kids who might be scared. The booms are loud but you can prepare for them. Also bring your own ear plugs. No one in the park has them if you are sensitive to loud noises like me. You will still hear the music fine and the booms will be easier to handle. Also being at the Main Street train station means you’re right at the exit of the park so you will beat the crowds. That’s a bonus if you want that. But if you plan to stay in the park. Know that you will be a fish swimming upstream and it may not be ideal for large groups who wanna stay afterwards. We always would move up close for the second castle show and the crowds were unbearable and hectic and crazy. So keep that in mind too.

  4. It happened to me to at Cape May cafe. A few people in the restaurant. Stale food, $100 dollar bill, 20 dollar tip🙃

  5. XxkillerslumberXx X

    June 3, 2019 at 4:17 pm

    Is the food halal ? Like islamic food (in my religion when a animal is slaughtered for food it has to be a muslim to do the meat) and the candy must never have gelatin like pork (pigs)

  6. XxkillerslumberXx X

    June 3, 2019 at 4:17 pm

    Hi i am transgender ftm and i wear a binder to look male and i might go to Disney world should i bind during my stay or take a break

  7. Andrew Schwartz

    June 3, 2019 at 4:17 pm

    I agree with AJ on the finding an empty seat on the monorail. Finding a whole seat empty for my entire party can be tricky sometime. During our last visit at Disney World, one time we had just missed the monorail as we were walking up to the line entrance. That made my party the first people in line to get on the next mineral. We got first pick where to sit in the next monorail. Of course that just happened by pure luck at a busy time.

  8. We were at the Crystal Palace for lunch 4 weeks ago — the food has really gone down hill. The characters are still great, but I don’t think I’ll be back for a long time — not until I see reviews that say things have had a definite improvement. Too much money for too little. There are other on property restaurants that give a much better meal for the same or less $. I say this with a heavy heart, because it’s always been a favorite.

  9. What restaurants open before the park to help get in early???

  10. All quick serve meals that can take reservations???? I know be our guest.

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