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Rebecca’s mega land and sea trip – PREP181

Rebecca’s mega land and sea trip – PREP181

Hear all about Rebecca’s trip to Disney World that included staying Beach Club Club Level, using purchased FastPasses, lots of makeovers. Oh, and a cruise.

I also have a quick tip if you have a child that’s not quite tall enough to ride yet.


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Quick tip of the day

Emailed from Carolina A.:
“We were in Pandora just enjoying the surroundings after riding Na’vi River Journey and had my very small twins stand in front of the height measure for Flight of Passage to take a picture. I wanted to have some pics that I would retake in future years to have a comparison pic which I think looks cute. A cast member working there proceeded to give us a family FastPass for when they are tall enough!”

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Helen Martin

Monday 19th of August 2019

LOVED this podcast! We will be traveling with a 15 month old, and our other kiddos, who can fight like cats and dogs! (We have four altogether) The trio gave so much detail and authentic reality-based perspectives in regard to dining, planing, kids, tantrums, travel, and rider switching! Thank you so much!!


Sunday 22nd of July 2018

Thank you for having me on and let me be the first to apologize for my overuse of "um" and "ya know". My speech teachers would be mortified.

*I'd like to add that I ended up not buying memory maker Bc it ended up applying the one I purchased to my next trip (ha). So I didn't get to buy it afterwards for the same preTrip price BUT I did end up deciding to buy all the pictures I wanted as prints instead of memory maker!- Like you would at Walgreens etc. I didn't know this was an option! I only spent about 60 bucks buying 4x6s and 5x9s of all our special photopass pics- even ride pics, character pics, CRT pics etc. So if you're trying to save money without spending too too much- this is a great option (in my book). . Each was either 99c or a little more. So no we didn't get digital copies but we could easily just scan them in or take pics of them to have digital access. Saving us a ton. All of the 99c 4x6s come in duplicates too. Easy to share with family.


Monday 23rd of July 2018

That is so good to know, thanks! Memory maker seems too pricey to me, but this sounds like a great option. You just print them directly from the Disney website? The advice about labeling drinks is great too, I also have a 5 and 7 year old daughter and they fight like crazy!