Is Disney Vacation Club worth it? There are so many questions that come with vacation ownership, however, DVC points are coveted commodities in the timeshare world. Disney’s goal is to make vacations magical for families all over the world—and they deliver!
Disney parks like Magic Kingdom already make vacations memorable for thousands of children each year. Staying at a DVC resort surrounds families even further in the Disney fantasy, even when waking up in the morning with Character Wake-Up Calls. With so many perks and amenities, owners and Disney lovers find all of the benefits of Disney Vacation Club worth it.
Christmas is the holiday many of us associate with white snow, cozy nights by the fire and chilly temperatures. But not everyone wants to celebrate a white Christmas. If you’d rather enjoy the magic of the holidays in a warmer climate, planning a tropical holiday getaway to celebrate those special days could make for a wonderful holiday trip. Vacation rentals can help achieve the perfect warm getaway.
Every time I go to Disney, I always pass the alluring Disney Vacation Club kiosk. It’s usually occupied by a handsome man or beautiful woman with a go-getter attitude and I, the sucker for good looks, usually stop by to at least strike up a conversation. I’ve also always been interested in the day of a life of a cast member. So this lets me live vicariously through their work experiences.
Spring has sprung! The 2015 Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival is underway from March 4th until May 17th at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Plan a visit to Epcot for this annual springtime event and experience the beauty of enchanting gardens, the excitement of magical Disney topiary characters, quality entertainment by top-billed performers, complimentary horticultural presentations, and delicious seasonal cuisine from around the world.
The Flower & Garden Festival offers something sure to delight guests of all ages. Interactive exhibits and lush gardens appear throughout Future World and in the World Showcase. Visit the Butterflies on the Go exhibit to learn about Monarch butterflies, or stop by Mike & Sulley’s Monstrous Garden along the Imagination Walkway and have some Monster’s University fun for the children.