Hi! I'm Sue from Cheshire, United Kingdom. I lived and worked in London until I relocated 14 years ago, and now enjoy living in the North West of England. I am always thinking about Walt Disney World, planning our next trip, or sharing memories of our last visit. I constantly research Walt Disney World in preparation for our next trip, even if that is months or years away. There is no doubt among my family and friends that I love Disney. My first visit was in 1980 and planning for that trip was easy - Magic Kingdom or Disney's River Country! I love to write children's stories and I think that visiting Walt Disney World is like stepping into the most wonderful storybook ever.
About My Family: I have been married to Mick for 14 years, and we have one son, Sam, who is 13 years old. We love our Walt Disney World vacations because it is a very special family time we share together, without the daily distractions of work and school. We believe there really is something for everyone, and we have visited during many different times of the year, including Easter, June, August, September and Thanksgiving. I am very happy that my family loves coming to Walt Disney World as much as I do, and we will continue to enjoy our magical vacations here for many years to come. We like to take time planning our vacation in order to schedule some relaxation time; Mick and Sam enjoy spending time at the resort pool, while I like to shop at Downtown Disney. As Sam gets older he is enjoying the bigger attractions at the Parks and Water Parks, whilst the opposite could be true for us parents!
About My Disney Experience: My first visit here was over 30 years ago as a teenager, and I have enjoyed many return visits since then, with friends, with my husband, and now as a family with our son who was only 3 years old on his first visit. Travelling from the UK we enjoy long stays at Walt Disney World -at least two weeks, and often more- and we enjoy planning our holidays, ensuring we schedule plenty of time to relax, to swim, to shop, to enjoy all of the entertainment and spend lots of time at the Parks. We usually stay on-property; Disney's Wilderness Lodge is our favourite resort. We enjoy travelling around the Resort using Disney Transport, making the most of our time at the Parks with Extra Magic Hours, dining at our favourite restaurants, and trying new places to eat with the Disney Dining Plan. I love to help others plan their Magical vacation, so they can enjoy it as much as I do, and look forward to answering your questions and sharing the magic with International visitors.
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I keep seeing on the moms panel that you can not bring coolers in on wheels. When talking to the people at DW, they said you could w/in a certain dimension. So who is right? Yall are wonderful!!! I
- Asked by Alisha from TX on 12/30/2011
Thank you for your kind words.
There is a number of restrictions of what can, and cannot, be taken into the Disney Theme Parks. Click here for the list of currently restricted items, which can be found on the Walt Disney World... read more
- Answered by Susan F., Cheshire
Help! How would we get from WL to Chef M for 7:30am breakfast if MK opens at 9am? Will there be a bus/boat or should we (6) take taxi? Read conflicting info that bus starts 1 hr before parks but WDW guide says they start 2 hrs before opening. Confused!!
- Asked by Shannan from MD on 12/29/2011
The quickest way to travel from Wilderness Lodge to the Magic Kingdom is by water launch (once aboard the boat, it takes approximately 10 minutes). All complimentary transport is available one hour prior to Disney Theme Park... read more
- Answered by Susan F., Cheshire