The thing I love most about Walt Disney World is that, no matter how many times you visit, you can always find something new to do the next time you return. Always.
In fact, that’s why I hate answering the question, “Are you going to see Mickey AGAIN?!” It is the only question that IS a bad question. Unless you’ve been to WDW, you’ll never understand.
Take the Sassagoula River Cruise, for example. I knew that there was a river boat that guests could use to travel from the Port Orleans resorts to Downtown Disney, but, truthfully, I never gave it much thought. Now, we can’t wait for our next trip to experience what one fan (via Google+) described as “mighty romantic” when enjoyed at night. We can’t wait!
So, yesterday, I said that Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa was next “up” on our schedule. Do you remember what river boat we want to take? Sure, you do. It’s the one with the blue flag!
Inspired by the city of Saratoga Springs, New York, Disney’s Saratoga Springs first opened May 17, 2004 on the site of the old Disney Institute. It is now the largest Disney Vacation Club resort.
Not including the Treehouse Villas, which opened in 2009, the resort is made up of eighteen villa buildings in five separate sections. Which one of these is NOT one of those sections?