Nerdy, creative intro:
(Any resemblance to copyrighted material belonging to Lucas Film Ltd is purely coincidental.)
Who: DW and me
When: 12/3 - 12/7
Similar to @ryan1 (not to be confused with ryan), we had a milestone anniversary earlier in the year (15 though, not 25 yet). A family trip in March was cancelled, rescheduled for late July (which we chose to cancel being too afraid of masks in extreme heat and unsure how well things would be operating). One day, DW suggested, “let’s do a weekend WDW getaway with just me and you, and we’ll go again next year with the whole family.” Who am I to argue with that logic?
So our timeline is tight, only 4 nights (at Swan), each park one day, including Epcot a couple hours after opening on arrival day tomorrow. Keeping the time without the kids and the budget manageable means some sacrifices. A lot to accomplish in a short time, but yet a high priority to try to relax along the way more than we ever have before. There is not pressure to get on every ride, as we just did that kind of trip last year. Looking forward to so many firsts, like being there in a month that doesn’t feel like the surface of the sun, trying lots of new restaurants and visiting resorts we’ve never been to, etc. Our schedule will be filled with our favorites and lots of firsts in a way to distract from what’s not there right now. I will try to keep up with the trip report as much as time allows. I feel like there’s a trip report frenzy right now, so I don’t feel too pressured to document every moment. Thanks to all the others already there right now for getting a head start on me and helping me with some last minute tips without even knowing it. Tomorrow will be a reaaaaally early morning.
Where: Duh, WDW.
Why: Duh, because it’s fun