Weekend Trip to Disney World, for Couples
Disney World is becoming an increasingly popular destination for couples. A grown-up trip to Walt Disney World can be a responsibility-free break to experience thrills and to experience global tastes on a quick weekend getaway. I’m here to tell you Disney has something for ALL ages! There’s a whole different experience available at Disney World for adults. From my experience, here are the top things to note for a weekend trip for couple.
RECAP OF OUR WEEKEND
I love how Epcot can make you feel like you took a trip around the world. With their extensive food options and their adventurous showcase rides, it truly felt like a journey.
Snack around the world at Epcot’s World Showcase. Here are some spots to add to your itinerary:
United Kingdom - Rose & Crown
Morocco - Spice Road Table
France - L’Artisan des Glaces
China - Nine Dragons Restaurant
The American Adventure - Fife and Drum Tavern
Japan - Tokyo Dining
Norway - Kringla Bakeri og Cafe
Canda - Le Cellier Steakhouse
Mexico - La Cava del Tequila
My favorite rides:
Soarin’ Around the World - Takes you on a breathtaking journey through the sky, flying high from one extraordinary landmark to the next.
Mission Space - simulated NASA-style mission to Mars. Don’t be fooled, this ride is a lot more challenging than it looks.
Magic Kingdom really caters to the child at heart. Walking down the cobblestone paths made me feel like I stepped into fairytale land.
My favorite rides:
Seven Dwafs Mine Train
Other things to do:
A trip to Disney Springs is a must! We were able to try some of those cool hidden bars called Speakeasies. We stopped for a cocktail at The Edison then headed through a tunnel to Enzo’s Hideaway Tunnel Bar where we had the most amazing Italian dinner. After dinner I grabbed a cupcake from the Sprinkles cupcake ATM, then picked up a few things from Kate Spade. On Sunday, we ended our trip with dinner at STK.
TIP: Make sure to download the My Disney Experience App. You get real-time wait times, interactive GPS enabled map, find your way around with step by step instructions, browse restaurant menus; even order your meal ahead, and so much more.
Have you been to Disney World? What is your favorite theme park?