Had an interesting conversation with my husband this morning about our upcoming trip. He is still viewing it as my vacation idea that he has conceded to. I know he has it in him to enjoy Disney (he loved Frozen and Moana after all) but it just doesn't come to him naturally. He didn't grown up with the obsession level of love for Disney that I grew up with. He also only went to magic kingdom once when he was about 7 (we are 31 now) and doesn't really remember it.
I'm looking for ideas on how to get him excited and how to make sure he has as comfortable and as enjoyable an experience as possible (keeping in mind we are going for a week in June)
A few ideas already in motion:
He loves golf so I'm giving him the afternoon off on MK day to play at the Palm course and on DHS day to play Oak Trail.
We are both foodies so are definitely doing one signature dining option each day - California Grill or Narcoosee's on one day, Spice Road Table at Epcot, Brown Derby at DHS, and Tiffins at AK
for AK and DHS I booked the dining package so that we can have a more comfortable night show experience.
We are planning a day at Universal since we both love Harry Potter.
Anyone have any other tips or suggestions for how to boost the excitement and plan for a great time? Would love to know how others prep their less enthusiastic travel companions