Mire Family Vacation 2017
Hannah helped us plan our family’s week-long Christmas Vacation to Disney World last December (2017)! This was when she was working as a cast member for Disney World, and having been there for 5 months prior, she knew the parks exceptionally well! For starters, after we told her we’d be doing the Disney 4 day Any Park Pass, she coordinated Fast Passes for highly popular rides on those days. That then helped us decide what order to go see the parks. For the most part, we only went to one park a day, but she also planned occasional special evening events at other parks (like parades, firework shows, etc). She also suggested we spend an extra $15 on wristbands that keep track out our individual accounts which listed our park pass, Fast Passes, character pictures from the park, starred or interested events, and wait times for rides to say the least. She introduced us to the Disney Park App which gave us a visual of the parks and or accounts!
During days in which we didn’t go to the parks (4-day pass, week-long vacation) she gave us suggestions on places to see nearby, like the Disney Springs shopping center! We practically spent a whole afternoon and evening there window shopping and buying things! I myself was looking for a very specific gift for a gift exchange and she knew of the only two locations where the gift might be found: inside the Magic Kingdom or at Disney Springs. I found it at Disney Springs! On the rare occasion that plans didn’t work out (my wife had difficulties with her entry pass), Hannah worked with the customer services to resolve the issue quickly. She even showed up to the park one day to talk with the customer services face to face! Hannah was knowledgeable about the times for entering Disney Parks, prioritization of rides and character photo shoots, events outside the parks, and even traffic times in Orlando! Our family vacation wouldn’t have happened as magical as it was without her expertise and willingness to help! She told us that the times she worked at Hollywood Studios, she had the opportunity to give random visitors VIP seating at shows. This was called “Making Magic.” That is exactly what she did for us throughout our entire weeklong visit to Disney World.
Adventures By Hannah