My senior year of high school, I went to a screening of the remake of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. There's no polite way to say that, so I'll come out with it: I hate horror movies. I only went because my friends and boyfriend were going, and I didn't want to be a party pooper. I was so freaked out by the movie, when I came the only way I could keep myself from having nightmares was to pop in our old VHS copy of The Little Mermaid. I kept up that tradition when I was in college. I'd get home from a night out the bar--maybe with a little case of the spins--and I'd pop in Aladdin or Beauty and the Beast while I fell asleep.
Nothing like a little Disney Therapy to do the trick. And even though I'm much more grown-up (and avoiding both horror movies and the spins alike), Disney still works for me. And my Disney Staycation was heaven.
I had so much fun indulging in that fun, I wanted to share some of my tips in case you'd like to have your own.
So those were my (hopefully) helpful tips for planning and holding your own Disney Staycation. What do you think? Does this sound like something you'd like to try? What would you include in your itinerary?
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