/ Tuesday, August 20th, 2013

Editor’s Note: Please join me in welcoming to the WDW Radio blog our newest writing team: Felicia and Sean.  This wonderful couple will be writing for us from the perspective of a couple traveling to the parks!  We are very excited to have them join our dynamic team! Welcome and thank you, Felicia and Sean!


by Felicia & Sean

Hello, fellow Walt Disney World fans and bloggers! We are Felicia and Sean, newlyweds and Disney fans, a perfect combination in our book.

A Couple Things DisneyWe are so thrilled to be able to write for the WDW Radio Blog, as we’ve been listening to Lou’s fantastic podcast for years. It’s great to enjoy that little piece of Disney anytime, anywhere.

So, why are we writing a Disney blog? Well, besides the fact that WDW rocks, it’s also played a tremendous role in every milestone of our relationship: Our first vacation as a couple was to WDW; we got engaged in WDW; and we celebrated our honeymoon in WDW (not to mention a Disney Cruise Line cruise, which, if you haven’t been on one, what are you waiting for? Stop reading this blog, call Beci at Mouse Fan Travel, and book your trip! Go ahead, we’ll wait…)

We all know WDW is a magical place, especially for children, but we feel that it’s truly one of the most romantic places to vacation as a couple. There’s a special kind of connection that’s formed when you and your loved one are sitting next to each other on the “Twilight Zone” Tower of Terror and screaming your heads off together. Or trying to beat each other at Toy Story Midway Mania! Or sharing a Main St. Bakery cinnamon bun together (they’re in New Fantasyland now). Or watching the “Wishes” fireworks arm-in-arm.

Therefore, we’re here to present WDW from a couple’s perspective – how to create traditions, how to make special memories, try new experiences, and for the times when you’re not in WDW, how to create and relive some of those memories at home.

But, before we begin what we hope is a long tenure with WDW Radio, let us tell you a little bit more about ourselves…

We’re “New Yorkas.” Upstate New Yorkers, to be exact, so we don’t get to go down to WDW as often as we like; that being said, combined, we’ve been down about 30 times (only four times, so far, as a couple, though).

We also like to think of ourselves as self-professed Disney travel agents and “experts”. One of our favorite things to do is help our friends or family members who are going to WDW plan their trip – where to go, where to eat, what to experience, how to use the Magical Express, etc. We truly enjoy helping others create magical memories of their own, and we hope that this blog inspires you to create your own magical WDW memories!

Stay tuned for “A ‘couple’ things Disney,” coming to a desktop, tablet or smartphone near you…

 

5 Responses to "A “Couple” Things Disney"

  1. Looking forward to this! My wife and I were already engaged during our first trip to WDW, so I took her to a few spots and to her where I could have proposed…

  2. Caitlin Corsello (giantnfl) says:

    Welcome to the blog team Felicia and Sean, can’t wait to read more from you guys!

  3. Tracy Hermann says:

    I owe a debt of gratitude to WDW. It was there that I first became an adventurer and explorer (Jungle Cruise), nurtured an interest in European history (Cinderella’s castle), and fell in love with the American river (Mark Twain Riverboat). What great childhood memories that have sparked a lifetime of imagination. Thanks for reminding me of that, Felicia and Sean.

  4. Kat McMaster says:

    I owe WDW more than I paid for my ticket. Epcot Center stimulated a then-dormant passion for world history and the different cultures that humans have taken. It’s also a blast to “drink around the world.” IE: Having the traditional beverage of each country at Epcot!

  5. Awesome… We tell people all the time the park is not just for kids, and is a fantastic trip EVERY time.

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