If you’re like me, you use Facebook Messenger as a way to chat with the people who are your Facebook friends. After all, you can text, video call or even send pictures. But it turns out you can also use it to help with stuff when you’re traveling.
Happy Thursday to all of our travel friends, both near and far! Here are some articles we’ve read from other bloggers (and other sources) that we think you may like, as well, so we’re passing them along.
Happy Wednesday to all of our travel friends, both near and far! Here are some articles we’ve read from other bloggers (and other sources) that we think you may like, as well, so we’re passing them along.
If you’re new to our travel blog, you may not know that we also have a Facebook Group that’s 100% devoted to travel. We’d just LOVE if you would join us!
Travel: Disney, the US, Points, Miles, Savings & Everything Everywhere Else features past and present posts from Your Mileage May Vary, as well as travel-related posts from other bloggers and various forms of mainstream (and not so mainstream) media outlets. We also offer daily money-saving deals, and funny or introspective looks at all types of travel. And if you’re a Disney fan, heads up that we put at least one special focus on Disney parks just about every day, usually with “different” stuff that the larger Disney blogs generally don’t focus on.
We’re proud that our group has nearly 5,000 members who live all around the world and many who have traveled all around it, too – the U.S., Canada, Australia, Central America, South America, the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and all over Europe and the U.K. (we have LOTS of people from every part of the U.K.)! So if you’re traveling internationally, chances are good we have people who can answer questions and give advice, either because they live there and/or they’ve visited there.
We also offer the opportunity for other Facebook groups to let our members know they’re out there, in case they’d like to join other groups that focus on travel to specific places (Orlando, Universal, Disneyland, Disneyland Paris, Lapland, etc.), travel in certain situations (with kids, without kids, fans of specific hotel brands, issues with certain travel companies, people of size, etc.), saving money on travel, or just travel in general.
So yeah – Travel: Disney, the US, Points, Miles, Savings & Everything Everywhere Else (we weren’t purposely trying for the longest FB group name in history, but we wanted to include a lot of everything we talk about in the group, so there ya go). Hope to see you there!
Like this post? Please share it! We have plenty more just like it and would love if you decided to hang around and clicked the button on the top (if you’re on your computer) or the bottom (if you’re on your phone/tablet) of this page to follow our blog and get emailed notifications of when we post (it’s usually just two or three times a day). Or maybe you’d like to join our Facebook group (HEY, DID YA KNOW WE HAVE A FACEBOOK GROUP? LOLOL!), where we talk and ask questions about travel (including Disney parks), creative ways to earn frequent flyer miles and hotel points, how to save money on or for your trips, get access to travel articles you may not see otherwise, etc. Whether you’ve read our posts before or this is the first time you’re stopping by, we’re really glad you’re here and hope you come back to visit again!
This post first appeared on Your Mileage May Vary
With over 20,000,000 visitors in 2017 alone, Walt Disney World (WDW) is the undisputed leader in theme park attendance. It’s a huge complex, with four major theme parks, over 140 restaurants, over twenty five hotels, three 18-hole golf courses, two full-sized water parks, a miniature golf course, a shopping district, special events galore, and dozens of other options packed into a resort that encompasses nearly 25,000 acres or just shy 40 square miles.
For those who visit WDW on a regular or even semi-regular basis, they learn how to negotiate everything that the resort has to offer. But for newbies who have never been before, or who haven’t gone in decades, planning their WDW vacation can be a daunting and even overwhelming task.
Here are some things to make things easier and hopefully give you the lay of the land…