Laura just returned from a Disney World trip with her family, including a newborn. Hear how it went.
I also have a quick tip to share to help you navigate the parks easier.
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Quick tip of the day
Listener Diego emailed this tip:
"Disney parks are huge, and for a person that goes 2 times a year, you know it like the palm of your hand, but if it is your first time, it's like a maze.
And sometimes a map doesn't give enough information or a 'ground level view' that will help you not feeling lost in the parks and wandering without much direction.
Same applies to how to get from the parking to the entrance, how to move inside the hotel, etc.
So, the quick tip is: virtually navigate the parks at ground level using Google Street View or jump between nearby 360 photos in google maps or the ground level view on google earth, and move around the parks so you know them before going."
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