Planning a trip for my daughters senior trip

Planning a trip for my daughters senior trip

by James Weat
(Silva MO)

 

"I am a father of a 2020 graduate. She what’s to go to Disney world for her graduation gift. My question is when should I start planning for this trip? She wants to bring three of her friends with her. I want this trip to be a trip she will remember forever. Do you have any additional advice you can share?"

Plan Now. Avoid the Rush!


James,

While 2020 sounds a long time away, it will be here in the blink of an eye. It's never too early to start planning a trip to Walt Disney World. Besides, there will be so much senior year and graduation stuff going on next year, the more planning you get done today, the less stress you'll have next year.

Advice


The best advice I can give you right now is to buy my book. I know, sounds sleazy to be promoting my book, but it's really what you need to plan your trip. It walks you through each step and helps you create YOUR PLAN. It really is very helpful.

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Talk to...

It's almost time to book 2020 vacation packages. I'd go over right now and get in touch with Destinations to Travel, my good friends and Disney Travel Agent partners. They will be able to help you choose the best hotel, make dining reservations, help with FastPass+ and lots more and they do it for free. Don't wait, get in touch with them right now.

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One More Thing

The other big piece of advice I'd give, is to take lots of pictures. Your little (not so little any more) girl is going to be graduating and going away soon. A few years you'll find a picture and just want to sit down and relive those moments. It will be a lot easier with lots of pictures. Trust me.

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Dad's Bottom Line

James, it's a wonderful, happy and sad time coming up. Going to Disney World together is a great idea. It's going to be great. Get Dad's book, use Destinations to Travel, take lots of pictures and it will be even better.

 

 


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