Now Booking: Spring and Summer Breaks!

I know, I know. . . it’s the middle of holiday cramming season, when we try to fit WAAAY too many things into too few days and hours, in the name of celebrating the holidays. You can’t possibly think about another thing right now!

But hear me out. Believe it or not, now is the perfect time to begin thinking about spring and summer break trips to Walt Disney World and Disneyland.

Yeah, a vacation sounds pretty good right about now, doesn’t it? Especially one at a warm destination?

Now that I’ve got your attention, here’e why I want you to think about it: dining reservations. For Walt Disney World, I can begin booking those oh-so-hard-to-get dining reservations at Cinderella’s Royal Table, Be Our Guest, ‘Ohana, Chef Mickey’s (and more!) 180 days before your arrival. So, that would put us. . .right smack dab in the middle of summer!

 

Olaf

Warm hug, anyone?

And at Disneyland, I can book your dining reservations 60 days in advance, which is ideal timing if you are thinking about visiting during Spring Break. (Bonus tip: the first half of March is expected to be less crowded than the second half. And weekdays are usually less busy than weekends.)

So, if you book now, you will have your choice of hotels, and dining reservations, too!

And it doesn’t have to be complicated or stressful at all. Really! I can handle all the details for you. All it takes is answering a few questions for me, and I will research and prepare the ideal trip for you!

And, wouldn’t a Disney trip in 2018 make an awesome holiday gift, too?

Bow on Stormtroopers

Wrap up a little Disney magic this year!

So, take a look through my planning services, and when you’re ready, schedule your Personal Vacation Profile Session. I’ll take care of the rest!

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