I'm a big Disney nut, and I'm planning a trip to Disney World. I'm 22, and money isn't an issue.
Now, here is a bit of an overview of me and my trip;
[ul][li]I'm going for 7 days. I only went to Disney World before this when I was 8. So I don't remember too much. I've been to Disneyland however MANY times. [/li][li]I'm a female, so I'm a little concerned about my safety. Hence, I'm thinking the monorail is probably a good option.
[/li][li]I'm going to be spending all the time I can in the parks. I have no intention of visiting the different resorts, eating dinner in the resorts, using a gym, going on bike trails, using a spa service... I'm going to be visiting the parks as much as possible soaking up the atmosphere. When I get kicked out, I'm going to head back to my room and relax.[/li][li]I plan on doing lots of blogging, and contacting family at night[/li][li]I am a huge disney nut! (Not this disney channel Miley Cyrus crap though! Just their classic and good-contemporary films!) I love their 2D animation as I love beautiful 2D cartoon artwork. So a resort that sort of embodied disney would be good. I'm looking to bring out my inner child while balancing it out with my adult intelligence! [/li][li]I want a room that is comfortable to sleep in
[/li][li]I'd like it to be nice and quiet![/li][li]As a plus, I'd really like some basic cooking equipment, i.e. a fridge and a microwave.
[/li][/ul]I'm currently thinking Contemporary. It doesn't sound very disney, but it has the monorail running through it, is close to the Magic Kingdom and has comfortable rooms. And I hear very nice TV's!
I also like the sound of the Animal Kingdom Resort, but buses don't have me jumping with joy. Its a shame, because the resort looks beautiful!
So: I'm up for any of the different level of resorts. But I don't want to be in a giant villa or anything, and I have no intention of eating resort food. I'm going to be eating strictly healthy on this trip as much as possible!