Disney is kind of an American collective unconscious. We’ve seen the princess films (in our childhood or with our own children). We’ve come to know and love Mickey Mouse, either through eight-minute cartoon shorts in which characters stumble through (oftentimes just barely) a conflict to come out embracing each other, or through the repeatedly formulaic, half-hour Disney Jr. animated shows where a flying toolkit, “Toodles” provides the characters with every-day objects meant to help them constructively solve problems.We have Disney-themed gear, clothes, toys, games, and parties around our houses. We have
movie stars (not least of whom are Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, and Keri Russell) who got their start singing and dancing in Mickey’s Clubhouse. And even counterculture feminist wannabe rebels like me take their two-year-old daughters to meet Tinkerbell in Pixie Hollow because we know the experience is going to blow their minds.
Our first trip to a Disney theme park this summer was one I reluctantly enjoyed (see the counter culturist reference above). But I was honestly impressed with the cleanliness, the amount of options and leisure available, and the real-life Disney wonder of the park. It was well-run, efficient, comfortable, and interesting, and walking around the theme park was surprisingly enjoyable.
Some fun (and convenience-making) news for enthusiastic (and reluctant) fans of all-things-Disney is that Disney’s Polynesian Resort, the oldest resort at Walt Disney World in Orlando, is expanding. Disney Vacation club is adding timeshare units and updating guest areas, and the new Disney Polynesian timeshares are expected to open in a little over a year.
Disney’s Polynesian timeshare expansion comes on the heels of remodeling of the other two timeshares in Disney World with monorail access to the Magic Kingdom: the Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa and Bay Lake Towers.
Owners of Disney timeshares can expect to see the refurbishments in the Disney Polynesian resort in 2015, and Disney timeshare enthusiasts would do well to look into the Disney timeshare resale market now. Always in high-demand, Disney timeshare units sell quickly and at desirable prices.