I love, love, love introducing people to our 'other home', aka The WDW.
I have two friends of the the family who are in their early-to-mid sixties that have never set foot on WDW (or DL) property. They have recently taken some interest in it (due at least in part to my very frequent visits over the last few years).
Anyhow. They kinda-sorta want to go. They at least want to "try it for two days". But, they stress that they:
- dislike crowds
- dislike long lines
- dislike 'touristy' things
I'm trying to plan the best trip possible in order to introduce them to The Magic in a 2 day period.
- long drives
- books, books, books
- interesting foodstuffs!
- movies and tv (British comedy is high on their love list)
As this trip may be a make it or break it, I want to give them a brief (2 day) sample of the best that WDW has to offer, in order to entice them to come back and try some of the rest!
- Day One: Epcot, with a focus on World Showcase.
- Day Two: Magic Kingdom, with a focus on the classics.
- At least one really good Disney non-character meal.
Anyone have any thoughts? Tips?
Has anyone ever been the one to introduce Disney World to a rather "difficult customer"?
Has anyone ever planned a first trip for friends/family over 60?
Would love to hear all you guys have to share.
--Benny / roguepixel