Why Disney For Women

There is more to Disney World than just going to the parks.  In particular, I enjoy taking educational tours; learning more about Walt Disney; resort hopping and dining at the different themed resorts even without visiting a park; visiting Disney Springs which has many new restaurants, great shopping, live music, and utilizing the Disney transportation system, without driving!  If you are staying at a Disney resort this transportation is complimentary.


The festivals, including the Festival of the Arts, International Flower & Garden Festival, Food & Wine Festival at Epcot, and the holiday festivities at all the parks and resorts combine to offer hours of fun with experiences that  tantalize the senses and your taste buds and stimulate the mind. No other company does the extensive research and provides a genuine experience better than Disney. 

Our women's group attended the Epcot’s Food & Wine Festival last fall and again to Epcot’s International Flower & Garden Festival this spring.  We had so much fun on those trips and I look forward to planning another trip soon.

The 5 top places I uncovered are:

  • safety
  • happiest  place on earth
  • Tours
  • transportation
  • dining, resorts & shopping 

Disney takes security seriously at the parks, resorts, and the transportation system, and I always feel safe whether I am exploring by myself or with a group.

So, awaken the child within and plan your trip to Disney now.  No matter your age, you will be amazed at all of the activities and experiences that are available for your enjoyment.  I would love to share my expertise with Disney and help you plan a “magical trip,” too!

Robin Fleming

Travel has always been important in my life. When I worked in Human Resources at a hospital in Georgia, I realized how important it is to not only to work hard to achieve your goals, but to have something to look forward to, and for me, it has been travel. My favorite travel destination is Disney and it is my specialty! I was born in California and one of my first memories was walking down Main Street at Disneyland in California in the late 50’s. Thereafter, I moved to South Florida, and was delighted when Disney World opened in 1971. I have enjoyed Disney at every age: as a young child, teenager, adult, and now as a senior. As a certified Disney Specialist, I have stayed at every resort at Disney World, and most of the Disney Vacation Club Villas, and I can honestly say that all the resorts are “magical,” whether it is a value, moderate, or deluxe resort, depending on the theme you are interested in, price range, and the location. I have been back to Disneyland in California again and visited the Walt Disney’s Family Museum in San Francisco; stayed at Disney’s Aulani Resort in Hawaii, Disney’s Hilton Head Resort in South Carolina, Disney ‘s Vero Beach Resort in Florida, and I have cruised on Disney Cruise Lines several times, too.

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