Planning a Road Trip to Disneyland

Disneyland can be very expensive, so many people try to do what they can to save money when they are planning a vacation there. There are a number of ways that you can do this. One of them is through planning a road trip rather than flying since you can save a lot of money this way if you have a family.

Planning a road trip has never been easier now that there are so many tools out there online to help you with this. So what can you do to calculate how much you can spend and what kind of discount you need to keep your eye out for. You can use a website that gives you directions from place to place, but there are also websites that are meant for road trips that allow you to enter in the different places you would like to visit along the way, as well as where you would like to stay and even where you would like to eat, and then they give you a detailed itinerary with maps and directions. They will also recommend places if you are not sure where to stay, where to eat, or what to visit at a location.

One thing that can make a road trip easier is if there are frequent stops along the way to see something interesting and get out and move around a bit. You also want to make sure that you have things to do in order to keep entertained during the driving stretches of the trip. Car games can help a lot with this, and you can also get portable DVD players so passengers can watch videos.

You can also do your research ahead of time so you can get your Disneyland tickets at a discount, as well as getting good rates for the hotels where you plan to stay. It is easiest to do this online before you leave, though if you are not sure where you are going to stop each day you can just look up possible hotels along your route. This will give you a bit more flexibility. If you keep their numbers handy you can give a call and see who has vacancies without even pulling off the highway so you don’t waste time stopping at hotels with no rooms available. You might be able to convince them to give you a lower rate if they have a lot of vacancies when you call.

Jan 19th, 2017 | Posted in Destinations
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