Disney with Tweens

Is it possible to make Disney World even more fun than it already is? Of course, it is! 

Disney with Tweens
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We’ve found a super silly way to make going to Disney with tweens even more fun.

We have been to Disney enough times that we know where all the cameras are on all of the rides. When we get on the ride our goal is to be ready for the camera and do something crazy. Then when we get off the ride we can compare poises and decide who was the funniest. This really can be quite funny and it is interesting to see if the other people around see it. Many times people nearby do not realize we did it on purpose and they are freaking out making sure everyone sees the photo. Meanwhile we are in the back ground dying of silent laughter.

These are some of our pictures from our most recent trip. We thought the one on Expedition Everest was so funny we actually bought a copy.

On Expedition Everest the camera is right before you take the large drop. 48341590000

The camera on the Buzz Light Year ride is when you are battling the evil Emperor Zurg.

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On the Dinosaur ride at Animal Kingdom the camera is towards the end of the ride when the big scary dinosaur is coming right at you. Disney with teens

On the Aerosmith ride the camera is right when you are taking off.
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Get Travel Insurance

Unfortunately, there are a lot of things that can go wrong on any trip. Be prepared for the worst with travel insurance. We use Travelex or Safety Wing (often cheaper).

Book Flights

I use Skyscanner to find flights. I use it so much, I wrote an entire guide to finding cheap flights with Skyscanner!

Book a Place to Stay

I recommend using Expedia.com or Hotels.com for most hotel bookings. I prefer to book directly with Marriott when I stay there because of their excellent military discount.

If you prefer staying in a vacation rental instead, I recommend VRBO.

Rent Clothes

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Choose Activities and Tours

To find great activities in any area I use Get Your Guide and Viator. If we are visiting a city with lots of popular attractions I always check CityPass and GoCard to see if they have discount cards available. Groupon also tends to have a lot of local travel deals.

When I want to book a full-on multi-day tour I use TourRadar. They’ve got fantastic weekly deals. If I am going somewhere in Mexico or the Caribbean I use Apple Vacations.

Rent a Car or Take a Lyft

More often than not Lyft is cheaper than Uber. Use my Lyft link for an $18 credit! For a car rental in any country, I recommend Hertz or Discover Cars.

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Meagan is the author and host of Mommy Travels a family travel and lifestyle blog. Meagan is a travel expert and has been traveling the world with her three kids for two decades. She loves sharing her adventures and tips with others.
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