Sunday, September 9, 2012

Disney without Kids

Yes, you read that title right... DISNEY WITHOUT KIDS.

It's possible.

And it's wonderful.

And it's fun as hell.

My friend and I took off without telling our kids and made it our mission to visit three Disney Parks, ride all the roller coasters we wanted and not feel a single ounce of guilt while we did it.

And you know what: we did it!

And it was fantastic.

We started out at Animal Kingdom and rode Mt. Everest (my first roller coaster since all my health issues started and ya know what, I had a blast).

After AK, we hopped the bus to Epcot where my friend attempted to hold up Spaceship Earth.

She did a great job, btw.



We did Soarin' and ate yummy Mexican food before ending up at the Magic Kingdom (my all-time favorite park, ever!).

I even navigated the boat for the captain.


We rode Space Mountain (a two hour wait!), Big Thunder Mountain and eat the most delicious brownies I've ever had (and I've had a lot).

And I won't lie, we did feel a bit... sad that our kids weren't with us. But it didn't last long.

Moms need breaks and Moms need Disney without kids too.

We didn't have to worry about potty breaks or strollers or sippy cups.

It was refreshing!

And I recommend it to any parent out there. It is worth it! Trust me!

Check out the Walt Disney Resort website for more information on all these great parks.



I received comp tickets to WDW in exchange for this review. All opinions are mine!

2 comments:

Durante said...

Sounds like you had SO MUCH fun! I've never been to Disneyland, or Disneyanything. I need to, and it sounds like I need to plan on a time when it's raining... or something. I think a two hour wait is too long.

Jen @ Born Just Right said...

I tried to snag a quick trip to Disney with my brother and without the family but my husband guilted me into not going... He said it would break our kids' hearts if I went without them. I think he just didn't want me to go without him. I honestly thing Disney is even better as an adult than it was as a kid.