I LOVE DISNEY WORLD
I LOVE IT IT'S THE HAPPIEST PLACE ON EARTH IT IS THE BEST
WOW DISNEY. WHAT A GOOD PLACE. DISNEY WORLD. I LOVE THAT SHIT.
Prepare yourself for a long-ass Disney post:
My mom is obsessed with Disney World despite being a middle aged woman and grown adult. There is a lot of stuff for adults to do there actually. She goes by herself sometimes. I've been 3 times in my life during childhood and teen years and absolutely loved it. The Haunted Mansion and Soarin' are my favorite rides. Epcot is my favorite park but I love them all. The Magic Kingdom clearly is awesome and has great rides. I hate roller coasters because I experience motion sickness and Disney has a lot of weenie rides which is good for me. I can do Splash Mountain and Thunder Mountain though.
Pop Century is the hotel because of the cheap price and fun kitsch building exteriors and poor but I'd love to stay in the fancy themed ones. In the Pop Century dining area and gift shop/guest area, every day at 5pm (I might be off on the actual time), the staff and the guests all do The Hustle and it's a lot of fun. The Animal Kingdom lodge is nice because the lobby is beautiful and there are giraffes and zebras outside your window.
The average Disney guest walks 11 miles a day. Comfy shoes are a must. Disney is the only place where I find it acceptable for anyone to wear Crocs.
The restaurants are awesome, especially the themed ones. The 50's Diner in MGM Studios is a lot of fun because the waitresses are in character and you call them Mom or w/e. If you don't eat your vegetables, they will get mad, take your plate and bring your collard greens back with whipped cream and sprinkles on top. The Whispering Canyon in Fort Wilderness used to have a really fun in-character waiter experience but the last time I went it was a disappointment. They toned it down for some reason and we had a waiter who was from Brazil and he didn't get the American humor? The more serious and upscale dining establishments also have very good food. The seafood place in Epcot stuck out in my memory as having really good food. And the Canada restaurant in Epcot. The dining plan used to be awesome but they changed the prices in recent years and restricted the meals.
I could wax poetic about how awesome Disney is for a really long time but I will stop there for now. I just really want to save money and go back *_*
tl;dr: The Disney experience is really awesome in hotels, dining, and rides and no amusement park is better.