Global Vacation Ventures Reveals Time and Money-Saving Information for a Disney Christmas Vacation

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Global Vacation Ventures is giving parents a heads up on ways to save big during their 2014 Christmas vacation to Disney World.

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Global Vacation Ventures markets and sells Concierge Rewards International

Global Vacation Ventures, as a leading provider of concierge country club travel services, knows that family vacations are expensive endeavors, even more so when a visit to a much-desired destination like Walt Disney World is factored into the itinerary. When it comes time for families to hit the road this holiday season, those heading to Disney World will want to take advantage of some, if not all, of the following tips which are designed to save parents both time and money during their trip to Walt Disney World's theme parks.

If families are planning to visit the parks on Christmas day, or around that day, Global Vacation Ventures recommends that they arrive to the parks at least an hour before they are set to open. Around Christmas day, the parks can become so busy that maximum capacity is often reached around midday and guests will be then turned away at the gates. By arriving early, guests are ensuring that they will be guaranteed entry to the park and will also have access to the rides for a short time before the park fills up, and the lines become longer.

Global Vacation Ventures also directs parents to consider making dinner reservations as far I advance as possible. The more popular restaurants like the Be Our Guest restaurant at Magic Kingdom and the Rose & Crown at Epcot are popular holiday dining spots that are booked up weeks in advance. Those who want to make sure that their families can enjoy the magic of these dining experiences should not forget to make these special dinner reservations, or a good chunk of their holiday evening will be spent waiting in line for a table to open up.

Speaking of meals, Global Vacation Ventures suggests that parents interested in saving time at "quick-serve" restaurants visit these places during off hours. Visitors should consider grabbing lunch a little later in the day, at around 3 or 4, and have a dinner later too, around 6 or 7, to avoid the busiest parts of the lunch and dinner rushes. The "quick-serve" restaurants are also the least expensive ways of getting a meal at the park. So with a little delay in eating hours, parents can save time and money.

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