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  • You can book your Walt Disney World® Resort honeymoon more than a year in advance.

  • This is a special time in your life, so extend your long weekend getaway to an 8- to 10-night honeymoon.

  • Check the 10-day weather forecast for the Orlando area to help you determine what type of clothes to pack.

  • Give someone the responsibility of maintaining your house and collecting the mail while you're gone.

  • Make sure your pets are in good hands while you're away.

  • Preserve the top-tier of your wedding cake by wrapping it in clear, plastic wrap and add a layer of aluminum foil before storing it in the freezer.

  • Most dining reservations can be booked up to 180 days in advance by calling 407-WDW-DINE.

  • Reservations for dinner shows can be made up to a year in advance by calling 407-WDW-DINE.

  • To purchase a pair of bride and groom mouse ears before your trip, call Merchandise Mail Order at 407-363-6200.

  • Go slowly the first day of your honeymoon and schedule more adventurous activities a few days into the trip.

  • Take advantage of Disney's PhotoPass® photography service in the theme parks.

  • Allow at least thirty minutes of travel time to get to and from your dining location if you are traveling by boat, monorail or bus.

  • Take advantage of the Extra Magic Hours benefit available for select Walt Disney World® Resort hotel guests.

  • Ask your resort front desk or Theme Park Guest Relations for a set of "Just Married" buttons.

  • Use the Tip Board at each theme park to find park hours, show times and attraction wait times.

  • Lockers are available at all of the theme parks.

  • ATMs are available in the theme parks, Disney resorts and Downtown Disney® area.

  • Visit http://www.disneyworld.com/specialevents to learn about special festivities, events and parties that are scheduled during your honeymoon.

  • Book a couple's massage at one of the world-famous spas on Disney property.

  • Your theme park purchases can be sent to select Walt Disney World® Resort hotel merchandise locations to be picked up at your convenience at no additional charge.

  • Unused days on Disney Theme Park tickets can be upgraded within 14 days of first use so that they do not expire. Save them to use on your next trip.

  • Watch the Electrical Water Pageant from the beach at any Magic Kingdom® Park area resort.

  • Snuggle up with your special someone while watching a complimentary Disney movie at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground.

  • Share a nostalgic sundae at Beaches & Cream Soda Shop located at Disney's Beach Club Resort.

  • Book a horse-drawn carriage ride at Disney's Port Orleans Resort - Riverside.

  • Enjoy a romantic lunch at the Plaza Restaurant at the Magic Kingdom® Park.

  • Ask a Cast Member where the "Hidden Mickeys" are wherever you go.

  • Arrive up to one hour early for the nighttime spectacular, Fantasmic! at Disney's Hollywood Studios™.

  • Get a FASTPASS® ticket for an afternoon safari at Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park.

  • The best viewing location for Wishes™ Nighttime Spectacular is right down the middle of Main Street, U.S.A.

  • Make a reservation at California Grill on 15th floor of the iconic Disney's Contemporary Resort to dine and watch the fireworks.

  • Be sure to check out the "post-show" game area at the Mission: SPACE® attraction at Epcot®.

  • Disney Bus Transportation is complimentary and can take you from your Disney Resort hotel to almost any other Disney location.

  • There is a complimentary, romantic boat ride available that runs between Disney's Port Orleans Resort and the Downtown Disney® area.

  • Reduce your wait time at the attractions by using the FASTPASS® service or Single Rider lines where available.

  • Only one of you likes the fast rides? Most attractions will allow you to wait together in line and then exit prior to boarding if you don't want to ride.

  • Can't miss the big game during the honeymoon? Check with the ESPN® Club for viewing options.

  • If you don't want to get soaked on a water attraction, pack a rain poncho and put it on before you board.

  • See the live shows in the middle of the day and visit the more popular attractions during Extra Magic Hours.

  • Frontierland® and Liberty Square are great places to watch the Magic Kingdom® Park parades.

  • Don't let Mother Nature rain on your parade. Purchase a poncho and keep going!

  • Explore the Epcot® International Flower & Garden Festival that usually happens in the spring.

  • Taste the finest global cuisine during the Epcot® International Food & Wine Festival normally scheduled during the fall.

  • Surprise your sweetie with a gift ordered in advance on http://www.disneyflorist.com.

  • Before you arrive, be sure to discuss your top priorities for visiting the Disney Theme Parks so that you can experience each other's favorite attractions.

  • Book your one-year anniversary trip as early as possible to secure your desired dates.

  • Visit http://www.disneyphotopass.com to view and purchase the honeymoon photos taken by the Disney's Photopass photographers.

  • Use your Disney's Honeymoon Registry Guest Book to help you write "Thank You" cards.

  • Be sure to check your airline's luggage regulations.

  • Double check that your carry-on baggage fits within the TSA's guidelines.

  • Ask someone to take care of your formal garments while you are away.

  • To help beat jet lag, drink lots of water and avoid caffeinated beverages.

  • Write "Thank You" notes on the plane flight.

  • Wash your hands as soon as you get off the plane to help you avoid getting sick.

  • Carry a small bottle of antibacterial gel with you to help kill germs you may pick up in public places.

  • If you are honeymooning in a different time zone, slowly modify your eating and sleeping habits a few days before you leave.

  • Disney's Honeymoon Registry is a complimentary service available to Disney Resort Hotel or Disney Cruise Line® couples.

  • Disney package rates can vary by season. To find the best value, compare several date options for rate differences.

  • When traveling to Florida, always plan to wear sun block. Sunburns are not fun any time of the year.

  • Wearing comfortable shoes when visiting the Disney theme parks is highly recommended.

  • Preserve your wedding dress as soon as possible after your wedding.

  • Ask the Guest Service desk onboard the Disney Cruise Line® ship for two "Honeymoon" buttons.

  • Book your Disney Cruise Line® honeymoon more than one year in advance. Check http://www.disneycruise.com for available dates.

  • Book Palo, shore excursions and spa treatments for your honeymoon in advance.

  • Book a scrumptious brunch at Palo exclusively on Disney Magic® 7-night cruises.

  • Room service on Disney Cruise Line® ships is complimentary.

  • Order the "Cake of the Day" through room service while onboard.

  • Read the Personal Navigator delivered to your cabin daily to plan each day.

  • Toast to your life together with the "Drink of the Day."

  • Your Honeymoon begins the minute you board the ship, so arrive early!

  • Disney's Castaway Cay is reserved exclusively for Disney Cruise Line® guests.

  • Schedule a treatment at the Vista Spa early on a day at sea.

  • Pick up a Shopping in Paradise Port Guide before you debark at any port.

  • Surprise your sweetie with a gift ordered in advance on http://www.disneycruise.com.

  • Reserve your spot on the Disney Cruise Line® shuttle bus service to and from the Orlando International Airport.

  • Save time by completing all forms online before you reach the terminal. Use the "My Disney Cruise" section of the web site.

  • Double check the passport requirements for you and your loved one on http://www.disneycruise.com.

  • Book your one-year anniversary trip while onboard the Disney Cruise Line® ship to secure your desired dates.

  • Stay in touch with family and friends at the Internet café.

  • Check out the tips from your Port-of-Call Shopping Experts available at onboard lectures or on your stateroom TV.

  • Create personalized "Thank You" cards or holiday greeting cards onboard at Shutters, the photography store.

  • Be sure to make a reservation early for an open-air cabana massage at Castaway Cay.

  • Ready for a power walk or a short run? The track around Deck 4 is approximately 1/3 mile long.

  • First-run feature films play in the Buena Vista Theatre throughout your cruise.

  • At dinner, jackets are preferred for men at Palo, Lumier's and Triton's; a dress or pantsuit is preferred for women.

  • The nautical elegance of the classic furnishings created by Disney Imagineers is exclusive to the Disney Cruise Line® ships.

  • The split baths available in most Disney Cruise Line® staterooms provide separate sinks so that two people can get ready at the same time.

  • Relax at Serenity Bay, the exclusive adults-only beach at Disney's private island, Castaway Cay.

  • Be sure to pick up postcards from paradise to send home from the Castaway Cay Post Office.

  • Snorkel at Castaway Cay; you might see some Blue Tang and a Hidden Mickey!

  • The Flying Dutchman, from Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, calls Castaway Cay home.

  • Bring a small carry-on to hold any overnight clothes and toiletries you will need for your final night on the ship because your larger luggage is picked up the night before disembarkation.

  • Check the weather forecast for your ports-of-call to help you decide what to pack.

  • Hong Kong has a subtropical climate with four distinct seasons. Temperatures range from 10˚C to 33˚C, and summer brings typhoon season between May and September each year.

  • When visiting Hong Kong Disneyland in the spring and summer, you will need sunglasses, hats and sun block. You can find raincoats, umbrellas and bottled water at our shops for a hassle-free day under varying weather conditions.

  • Disney's FASTPASS® ticket system saves your place in an attraction's queue so you can leave and enjoy the park more. You can return later during your given times and enter the attraction with a minimal wait through the FASTPASS® Return queue.

  • Hong Kong Disneyland is located on Lantau Island, which is accessible via an extensive transportation network. Check out the Hong Kong Tourism Board website for a list of things to see and do on Lantau Island.

  • A visa is a special authorization placed in your passport that certain countries require for visits. Check out the Immigration Department of Government of the HKSAR to see if you need a visa to visit Hong Kong.

  • Hong Kong International Airport is located right on Lantau Island near Hong Kong Disneyland. By train it takes only 23 minutes to reach the Park.

  • Once you get to the park, free buses are available between the park and hotels.

  • Exchange rates fluctuate according to the latest market rates.

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