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What does a travel planner do when no one can travel?

As we all know, the world is in the middle of a pandemic which is shutting down schools, businesses, travel and in some instances cities. The travel industry has been largely impacted and we have seen unprecedented closures like Disney Parks and Universal Parks, cruise lines docked and resorts closing their doors. All of these closures are not just a disappointment for families counting down to their vacations but also are costing families additional time to rebook or cancel and extra money in some cases as well as putting a lot of stress and pressure on customer service reps for the businesses trying to help accommodate guests as best as possible while still worrying and caring for their own families. So how can booking through a travel planner help in times like this? Let me share with you what I, as well as other travel planners, have been doing since rumors of closures and quarantines started (before actual closures began).

Since talk of the coronavirus began, I started watching the official announcements from all of the vendors where I book clients vacations. It’s been important to watch for official updates and not stress about the rumors, my social media feeds are still full of them and they drive me crazy because they unnecessarily cause more stress and frustration to the public. I receive official updates from Disney Travel, Universal and SeaWorld which are where all of my currently booked guests are headed. I also receive updates from my affiliated agency, Academy Travel, who has direct points of contact at each of these places and can get updates directly from them as well.

Disney Parks rarely, if ever, close for an extended period of time so news of Disneyland and then Disney World closing for several weeks was major news! Unfortunately I do have guests that were only a few days from traveling and then received the news that their vacation needed to be rebooked, I have many guests anxiously waiting to hear if they will need to rebook their upcoming vacations. The first few days after the announcement, the wait time to reach a Disney agent to rebook or cancel was over 3.5 hours and that was IF you could even get through or if the call didn’t drop after waiting an hour or so. Since my guests booked with me, they didn’t have to wait on hold for over 3 hours or keep trying to get through. All they had to do was let me know what they wanted to do and I did the rest. Please know, that once I was able to get through to Guest Relations and Customer Service cast members, they were still very helpful and I appreciate all of their hard work during this time also!

Since many people are not planning their next vacation with everything going on right now, I’m taking advantage of this time to do additional training, become certified for other cruise lines and resorts and working on additional items that will be helpful to my travel clients. I’m taking virtual tours of places I haven’t traveled to yet and finding new places to recommend to my clients. I’m also staying up to date on new announcements with the companies I work with currently on changes or offers for future travel.

I am thankful to get to do what I love as a way to not only help support my family, but to help others plan a vacation that will be meaningful to them. Even though these are difficult times, this will pass and we will be back to traveling (hopefully soon). If you haven’t booked with a travel planner in the past I encourage you to look into it, we are here to help take the work off of our guests so they can relax and enjoy! Please check out my FaceBook and Instagram pages for more information about my travel services, and please know that there are no hidden or extra fees for my services. Stay safe everyone!

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Please Follow me on Facebook and Instagram in 2020!

While I have enjoyed blogging this past year, the time has come for me to make some difficult decisions where my various business platforms are concerned. I will be limiting my efforts on this site at the end of 2019 so I can focus more time on my businesses on Facebook and Instagram. Both my travel and my boutique business has gotten more busy (which is a great problem to have) but it leaves me less time for blogging. I appreciate you following along on my journey and I hope you continue to follow along on my other business pages.

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Sizzle in Summer Fun with a Kid Sized Vacation Package.

All-Star Movies Resort

Make memories that you’ll cherish forever when you stay in the middle of the magic at a WDW All-Star Resort. Disney has released their Summer Fun package that includes a 2 day / 3 night stay at one of the three Disney All-Star Resorts; All-Star Movies, All-Star Music and All-Star Sports. For as low as $1,205, a family of 3 (2 adults 1 child aged 3-9) can enjoy a 3 night stay in a standard room at a Disney All-Star resort and a 2 day theme park base ticket. Sample package price is based on an arrival Sunday – Thursday June 2nd – June 25th and July 7th – Aug 29th.

All-Star Music Resort

When you book this offer for arrivals in June, you will receive a Disney gift card upon resort check in, $10 per room per night. The gift card is only valid for arrivals between May 28, 2019 to June 30, 2019; one gift card will be issued per reservation per night of stay.

All-Star Sports Resort

This package is available for arrivals between June 2, 2019 – June 25, 2019 and July 7, 2019 – August 29, 2019. The number of rooms allocated for this offer is limited and may be available at additional resorts for an increased price. Summertime is a magical time a the Walt Disney World Resort, contact me for additional information or for a free, no obligation quote via email or my Facebook page; Kristieryan.travel@gmail.com or http://www.facebook.com/KristieRyan.Travel.

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New Extra, Extra Magic Hours at Walt Disney World Resort Theme Parks Includes Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Hollywood Studios

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will open Aug. 29, 2019, at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. At 14 acres, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will be Disney’s largest single-themed land expansions ever, transporting guests to live their own Star Wars adventures in Black Spire Outpost, a village on the remote planet of Batuu, full of unique sights, sounds, smells and tastes. Guests can become part of the story as they sample galactic food and beverages, explore an intriguing collection of merchant shops and take the controls of the most famous ship in the galaxy aboard Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run. (Disney Parks)

Guests staying at select Walt Disney World Resort hotels have the opportunity to enjoy select attractions in at least one of our four theme parks, before or after regular operating hours, as part of the Extra Magic Hours benefit. It has been announced that guests staying at these hotels this fall will have more opportunities to take advantage of this Extra Magic Hours benefit with Extra, Extra Magic Hours at our theme parks!

The Extra, Extra Magic Hours benefit will include expanded daily offerings at three of the theme parks, which includes more time to visit Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Hollywood Studios, as well as other experiences at Animal Kingdom and Magic Kingdom theme parks. Here’s the details: 

  • Disney’s Hollywood Studios — Daily from Sept. 1-Nov. 2, the park will have Extra, Extra Magic Hours from 6-9 a.m., including Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, plus Toy Story Land attractions and select other attractions. Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and its experiences subject to capacity. (Please note that on Aug. 29-31, Disney’s Hollywood Studios will open at 6 a.m. for all Guests. There will not be Extra, Extra Magic Hours on those days.) 
  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park — Extra, Extra Magic Hours will happen daily from Aug. 29-Nov. 2, from 7-8 a.m., featuring Pandora – The World of Avatar and other attractions throughout the park (same as today’s morning Extra Magic Hours offerings).
  • Magic Kingdom Park —Extra, Extra Magic Hours will happen daily from Aug. 29-Nov. 2, from 7-8 a.m., featuring favorite attractions in Fantasyland and Tomorrowland (same as today’s morning Extra Magic Hours offerings).

Extra Magic Hours will also continue to be available on select days at Epcot.

If you are visiting this fall, please note that the Extra, Extra Magic Hours benefit at the Walt Disney World Resort requires a valid theme park admission and hotel ID.  Guests without the Park Hopper Option or Park Hopper Plus Option must spend the day at the same park where they’d like to enjoy the Extra, Extra Magic Hours benefit. Also, not all Walt Disney World attractions are available with the Extra Magic Hours benefit. Park hours and available attractions are subject to change without notice. *Applicable theme park, days and times of operation, attraction and service availability may vary and are subject to change without notice. Subject to capacity and cancellation. 

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May the 4th Be With You; sneak peek at the special merchandise and planned events to celebrate.

May the 4th will be here tomorrow so I wanted to give a sneak peek at what fans who will be at Walt Disney World can experience.

In honor of the annual fan-proclaimed “Star Wars Day,” Disney is releasing several new items, including a Star Wars T-shirt, drinkware and several pins.  The special themed merchandise will be available on May 4 at Hollywood Studios’ Tatooine, Launch Bay and Mickey’s of Hollywood as well as at Disney SpringsStar Wars Galactic Outpost and Star Wars Trading Post.

Tickets are also now on sale for a special Disney After Hours celebration on May the 4th at Hollywood Studios.  During this special Disney After Hours event you will have the opportunity to encounter Chewbacca with Rey, Kylo Ren with Captain Phasma and more! There will also be themed merchandise and special treats available for purchase.

During May the 4th, it’s also a great time to ride Star Tours – The Adventures Continue at Hollywood Studios and enjoy other Star Wars experiences, including:

  • Star Wars Guided Tours – Enjoy the full Force of Star Wars with this all-access tour.
  • Star Wars: Galactic Spectacular Dessert Party at Hollywood Studios where you can enjoy Star Wars-themed desserts and drinks (with a souvenir stein) while watching the show from a reserved viewing area.
  • Star Wars Launch Bay: Meet Chewbacca
  • Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple – Young Guests can train in the ways of The Force and put skills to the test against the Dark Side.
  • March of the First Order – You can witness Captain Phasma leads her squad of stormtroopers up Hollywood Boulevard.

Even though we won’t be at Hollywood Studios to celebrate, my family will be decked out in our Star Wars gear to celebrate this unofficial holiday. Have a magical weekend and remember “May the 4th be with you”!

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DinoLand U.S.A. – a must stop place during your visit to Animal Kingdom Theme Park.

One of my jr. paleontologists favorite places to hang out when we visit Animal Kingdom Theme Park at Walt Disney World is the area known as DinoLand U.S.A.! It’s like stepping back in time, way back in time, and hanging with some of your favorite Disney friends as well as visiting a pretty awesome T-Rex named Sue. There are things for the little kids in your family as well as the big kids in your family, here are some of the fun things to experience.

Visit The Boneyard, where kids of all ages can climb, play and run off some energy. Then head over to the TriceraTop Spin where the entire family can enjoy riding around, and flying in, their very own triceratops. Looking for something just a little more thrilling? Family members who are 48 inches or taller can jump on Primeval Whirl where they will enjoy small drops and some spins as they head down this track. For the bravest ones in your family, head over to the Dinosaur ride. This indoor track takes you back in time to track down a dinosaur that you need to bring back to the present. Guests must be at least 40 inches or taller to ride and be brave because there are places where it is really dark, bumpy and you have to watch out for those animatronic dinosaurs because they will try to catch you! Before you head into the Dinosaur ride, visit Dino-Sue who is an actual replica of the largest T-Rex found! She stands 13 feet tall and 40 feet long and was discovered in Black Hills of the South Dakota in 1990. Even though she is a replica of the actual Dino-Sue, she is still very impressive to see in person.

TriceraTop Spin

After all those rides you probably want to get a snack and wind down a little and there are several great choices in DinoLand U.S.A. such as Dino-Bite Snacks where you can get a cool frozen treat or Trilo-Bites where you can enjoy the zesty buffalo chicken chips with a cool drink (including alcoholic beverages for the adults). Want something a little more than a snack? The Dino-Diner is an old-timey trailer set up to serve sandwiches and small snacks or head into the Restaurantosaurus to enjoy a burger, sandwich or chicken tenders. This quick service restaurant does have indoor seating so you can get out of the sun for a little bit and enjoy the dorm like decorations from some creative Paleontology students .

Before leaving DinoLand U.S.A. you can enjoy Fossil Fun Games which is a carnival style area with dinosaur themed games for the entire family; you will need to purchase vouchers to play. Be on the lookout for some of your favorite friends such as Goofy, Donald, Daisy and sometimes you will even catch Launchpad McQuack and Scrooge McDuck! Don’t forget to check out Donald’s Dino-Bash, a prehistoric party with Donald, Daisy, Goofy, Pluto and Launchpad McQuack. You may even see Chip ‘n Dale dressed in dino-inspired costumes!

There is so much to see and experience at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park and DinoLand U.S.A. is just a small part. Subscribe to this blog to be sure you don’t miss upcoming highlights on others area’s of this park and others!

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Get Revved Up for ‘Cars’ Fun at Hollywood Studios!

In just a few short days, Lightning McQueen’s Racing Academy will come speeding into Disney’s Hollywood Studios on March 31, 2019. The world of “Cars” will unfold around you with fun and excitement which will extend into the courtyard outside Sunset Showcase with special entertainment, photo ops and more! DJ, the ultimate party on wheels, has hit the open road and headed east, bringing his own music mix to liven things up! Piston Cup champion Cruz Ramirez will stop by to meet and take photos with her fans.

Several times a day you will be able to catch “DJ’s Ready! Set! Party Time!” show where Lightning McQueen’s Pit Crew arrives on the scene getting everyone around DJ engaged with ‘Cars’ inspired dances and games. This is sure to be fun for all ages and I can’t want to check this out!

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New baby giraffe in Kilimanjaro Safari at Disney’s Animal Kingdom!

There is a new addition to the giraffe family at Disney’s Animal Kingdom on the savannah, Jabari, was born on January 14th. He stands nearly seven-feet-tall and until this week has spent his time bonding with his mom, Mara, in the backstage habitat. Jabari is a male Masai giraffe and true to his name he has been bold, curious and courageous. Jabari, in Swahili, means “brave one” and his name was chosen by the safari drives on the Kilimanjaro Safari.

Jabari’s parents, Mara and George, were chosen to breed through the Species Survival Plan (SSP), which is overseen by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. This program ensures responsible breeding of threatened and endangered species to help with having healthy, future generations. Jabari has two older sisters, Amira and Aella, who were born at Disney’s Animal Kingdom last year. 

The Masai giraffe are mainly found in Kenya and Tanzania are one of nine types of giraffe which is a vulnerable species. There are believed to be approximately 32,000 Masai giraffes left in the wild, and their population continues to decline due in part to poaching and habitat loss. Disney takes an active role in conservation and aiding endangered species, I will highlight some of the wonderful efforts in a future blog.

If you are planning a trip to Disney’s Animal Kingdom park, you won’t want to miss a ride on Kilimanjaro Safari and seeing this new calf. I recommend going in the morning when the animals are often the most active but anytime you go you are sure to see something new.

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Top 10 Places or Ways to relax or wind down at Walt Disney World.

Vacation should be all about relaxing and enjoying time with people you care about. A Disney vacation may not always seem relaxing because there is just so much to see and do but there are ways to sneak in little breaks and some relaxing. Here are my top 10 places or ways to relax at Walt Disney World.

  1. Ride a slow or quieter ride. Riding the Tomorrowland Transit Authority (People Mover) at Magic Kingdom is a great way to sit and enjoy the views and relax for a little bit. One of my favorite attractions for relaxing is the classic Carousel of Progress at Magic Kingdom where we learn that there is a “Great big beautiful tomorrow, shining at the end of every day..” If you are at Epcot, I recommend riding Spaceship Earth and enjoying this slower moving ride that takes you throughout history or Living with the Land located by Soarin’.
  • Take in a show. There are so many shows at each of the Disney World parks that you have lots to choose from. This can be a great way to get inside out of the Florida heat and relax while watching Broadway level shows.
  • Find an out of the way place to sit and relax. When you are at Animal Kingdom, there are so many little paths back by Asia where you can get out of the crowds and relax a little. At Epcot, when you travel through the countries be sure to explore them. Many of them such as England, Japan and Morocco have little walkways or alleyways that are not as hectic and allows you to relax while enjoying beautiful gardens or buildings. Hollywood studios seems to be a little more tricky right now because there is so much construction but head over towards Echo Lake and there is often some quieter spaces to enjoy. At Magic Kingdom be sure to enjoy the Main Street Plaza Garden where there are greenspaces fenced in on both sides of Main Street with views of the castle. This is one of the best places to let little ones stretch their legs and for families to relax.
  • Ride the Monorail. Hop on the monorail and enjoy riding the loop OR jump off at each of the three resorts and explore! The theming at Disney World Resorts are amazing and you will not be disappointed in checking out the Grand Floridian, Polynesian or the Contemporary. If you catch the monorail at Epcot you will have to switch monorails at the Ticket and Transportation Center to get to these resorts. Added bonus, the beach at the Polynesian is a great place to watch the fireworks from Magic Kingdom or the water parade at night. The Contemporary has a viewing deck that has an incredible view of the Magic Kingdom fireworks also.
  • Take a boat ride. You can take a boat ride from Magic Kingdom to the Grand Floridian,  Polynesian or Wilderness Lodge. You can also enjoy a nice relaxing boat ride from Wilderness Lodge over to the Contemporary. When staying at Port Orleans French Quarter, Port Orleans Riverside, Old Key West or Saratoga Springs resorts you can travel by boat to Disney Springs. The resorts of Boardwalk, Beach Club, Yacht Club, and the Swan and Dolphin Hotels have boats traveling to Epcot and Hollywood Studios.
  • Utilize the Baby Care Centers. When traveling with a little one, be sure to utilize the Baby Care Centers located in each of the Disney Theme Parks. These centers give you a little more privacy and comfort during those hot or busy park days to feed or change little ones.
  • Swim and play at your resort. Don’t forget to take a day or at least a few hours to enjoy the pools and activities at your Walt Disney World Resort. All of the resorts have multiple pools, each with different theming to match their resort and are staffed with lifeguards. An added bonus is that there are typically activities that go on near the pool for kids of all ages lead by Cast Members. At night, most of the main resort pools will have poolside movies which is the perfect way for families to relax and unwind after a day in the parks.
  • Resort Hop. Have a few hours of down time? Book a dining reservation at another of the Disney resorts so you can check them out OR just head over to the other resorts to take a walk around. This is how my family usually gets an idea of the next resort everyone wants to stay at. We take a few hours one day and pick a couple resorts to check out. That helps us see what each has to offer in person.
  •  Head to a Water Park. Disney World has two water parks both themed very differently but equally fun, Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. Enjoy the wave pools and find a beach chair to soak up the sun and relax. There are plenty of attractions for all members of the family, from the lazy rivers to big water slides. It’s the best of both worlds because you can enjoy various attractions with your family and then chill out and relax in your beach chair by the water.
  1. Plan a “down” day. If you have time in your trip, have one day where you don’t have anything planned. If you have a park ticket for that day, you can wake up that morning and decide where to head and not worry about fast passes. I know, the horror – how could she say that lol, but there is something to be said for taking a spontaneous day once in a while. My family usually takes one day of our trip and doesn’t get a park ticket for that day. We can decide to swim, explore, head to Disney Springs or do all three. The beauty is that it helps to recharge our batteries because we are typically a rope drop to park close kind of a family.

However you decide to plan your vacation, remember to be in the moment and enjoy making memories with the people you love.

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When is the best age to start taking your kids to Disney (or other theme parks)?

This is a question that as an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner I seem to get a lot. Often as I’m speaking to potential clients they will say “I would love to go but we are going to wait until my youngest can appreciate or enjoy it.” I get it, Disney and other theme parks are not cheap so of course you want to make sure that each family member enjoys themselves and lots of fun memories are made. What I like to encourage people is to keep in mind that often the parents or other adult relatives on the trip are the ones who will have the memories of their kids first time seeing the castle, or that first ride on Dumbo; those are the memories that last a lifetime. An added bonus of traveling with an infant is that at Disney Parks kids under the age of 3 are FREE!

What has helped to shape my opinion on this topic is that our daughters first trip to Walt Disney World was when she was three years old and to be honest, seven years later she still remembers some things about the trip but she LOVES seeing pictures of her first trip and us telling her the stories. Yes, there are challenges in taking younger kids; they get overwhelmed and over stimulated more easily, they tire out faster, they often haven’t learned impulse control so when they want to eat, rest, see something or do something they don’t understand that you may have to wait. The first trip with our daughter wasn’t all sunshine and roses trust me, she has always seemed to know exactly what she wants and is willing to do or not do, would get over stimulated easily with all the lights, people and sounds, needs downtime to chill out plus she is pretty stubborn so when she says she won’t take a picture in front of the castle she is not kidding, she seriously means it (and still does today lol).

The biggest advice I give people who are considering taking young kids to Disney (or other theme parks) is that you know your child better than anyone. What works for one family may or may not work for your family and that is okay. I knew that as long as I gave my daughter time to swim, run, explore at her own pace and rest when she was tired that we would have a great time. Did that mean that I did not get to ride Haunted Mansion because she was too nervous (and they didn’t have the rider switch option yet) sure, but I had a better time making memories of her and I riding Dumbo and her cracking up at me because I was nervous and she wasn’t (I’m terrified of heights, she is not). It was more about the memories of the first time her and my husband had a sword fight in the shop outside of Pirates of the Caribbean, still a tradition today with them. The memory of seeing her face light up when she walked onto Main Street the first time and saw the castle lit up for Christmas or how she laughed when we rode Kilimanjaro Safari at Animal Kingdom because it seemed like a giraffe was going to try to get into the car with us. I never got a picture of her looking at the camera in front of the castle, but I do have a few pictures of my husband and I looking at the camera and our daughter with her hands in front of her face because she did not want to take the picture….it’s still one of my favorite pictures of my family because it’s an honest picture of our first Disney adventure as a family.

So, if you think you may be up to traveling to Disney with a young child, toddler or infant, here are my top five pieces of advice.

  1. Plan, Plan, Plan….but don’t be afraid to change your plans based on what your kid(s) really need. I am a planner, it gives me less stress and anxiety to have a plan and an idea at least of what we will be doing each day before we leave (also makes packing easier). With that being said, even as my daughter gets older, we still have days where one of us may be tired or just in the mood to do something different so we change up our plans as we go. It’s okay to have some flexibility.
  2. Use the Rider Swap option for the rides that your little ones cannot or will not ride. This way the adults can still enjoy the ride with older kids or other family members.
  3. Utilize the Baby Care centers at each of the Disney parks. These are especially nice for nursing mothers on those hot summer days as well as gives you a little more privacy to change or feed a baby in a more relaxing environment.
  4. Take Breaks. Plan some down time at the resorts and enjoy the pool or hop on the monorail or a boat from a park to a resort for a nice relaxing ride. Get a Mickey pretzel, Mickey ice cream or some popcorn and sit down to relax for a while. In Magic Kingdom, the Main Street Plaza Garden is a nice grassy, fenced in area where you can spread out to relax and little ones can stretch their legs and move around.
  5. Bring Snacks. Did you know that you can bring your own snacks into Disney Parks? Bring some fruit snacks or goldfish crackers and a few bottles of water so when you are waiting in line your little ones can have a snack.

Most of all, plan your vacation in a way that YOUR family will get the most enjoyment. Spend some quality time together and enjoy seeing the Magic that a Disney Parks vacation has to offer!

If you would like help in planning an upcoming vacation to Disney Parks (Disney World or Disneyland) please contact me for a free, no obligation quote. My services are free to my clients and I would love to help you plan. Follow me on Facebook at www.facebook.com/KristieRyan.Travel or Instagram at www.Instagram.com/KristieRyan.Travel.