This blog is all about the grown ups! Have you ever wondered what there is to do in Orlando besides going to the theme parks? What about things to do in Orlando for adults? Central Florida is the home to one of the most visited theme parks in the world: Walt Disney World. Over 50,000 people visit WDW parks each day, including thousands of starry-eyed kids eager to meet their favorite Disney characters and make the most of what feels like the best vacation of their lifetime.
If you’re one of the lucky ones that had the chance to make magical childhood memories at the land of Mouse when you were young, chances are you hold those memories dear. But, if you’re traveling with little ones of your own now, with a spouse or friends, you may be wondering how to make the most of your trip without staying strictly inside the Disney bubble. Luckily, Orlando has plenty to offer vacationers aside from the parks (and there are a lot of parks).
You may have heard of Welk Resorts, known for having several beautiful locations in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Aside from Welk Resorts’ six amazing locations, Welk also offers owners the ability to travel to exciting destinations through their Experiences Collection. They also offer the Welk Platinum Program.
As a Welk Platinum owner, you can also travel to a collection of resorts affiliated with the favored brand and use points to experience greater vacations.
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.
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 in the life of a cast member. So this lets me live vicariously through their work experiences. Not to mention, you may have heard of DVC timeshare.