6. Make Time to Relax -- Let’s face it, a Walt Disney World vacation can be as exhausting as it is fun. With high temperatures, lots of humidity, crowds, wait times, and tons of walking, guests can find themselves completely exhausted by the end of each Disney day. An important tip that many guests completely overlook is taking some time each day to relax. Relaxing can meal something different for each guest, but there are definitely lots of ways that they can take some time out of the craziness of the parks to relax and recharge for a bit. One way to relax is by heading back to the Disney Resort and either cooling off in the pool or taking a nap in the room. Other guests might opt to stop and enjoy a full service meal which forces them to sit down for an hour in air conditioning and fill up on delicious food while cooling off. Others might simply need quick breaks on and off throughout the day and achieve this by visiting specific attractions that features comfortable chairs and pumping air conditioning. Some great attractions to relax and recharge in are the Hall of Presidents, Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress, the American Adventure, Ellen’s Energy Adventure, the Voyage of the Little Mermaid, and Finding Nemo - The Musical. By making sure to take some time and relax each day, guests will ensure that they aren’t totally burned out to the point that they aren’t enjoying their Disney vacation.
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