So, you are planning a Disney vacation. So, what do I do next? Let's begin with the backpack and what's in it for your survival guide: Comfortable shoes, sunscreen protection, pack only park essentials, sunglasses, a good hat, camera, cell phone, water (free water points available), you get the idea, but don't be too prepared. The comments say "everybody brings too much in the backpacks". No wonder, you question how you will survive at Walt Disney World. "Backpack" goes with creating a plan. Walt Disney World Planning Timeline (gives key dates to plan vacation) and the free Walt Disney World Planners which allows recording plans, go hand-in-hand with the survival guide, making it easier to keep a handle on all that makes Disney vacation planning its own work of art of which only you can be the judge. Key elements of your plan should include mastering the Fastpass+ System before arrival (Disney's attraction Reservation System), that prevents spending longer times in standby lines. But, don't wait to do this because there are key dates to meet for the most popular attractions (see Fastpass+ Guide). And, ahead of all of this, consider shopping for gifts for family and friends having a Disney label, then, shopping pretty much is done.Treasure Island Gift Shop covers the Disney family and a whole lot more from the Disney world. Located at 12399 State Rd 535 Orlando, FL 32836, Treasure Island is close to the Disney World theme park with reasonable prices and quality gifts worthy of those you wish to remember. Other key thoughts for pulling it all together include key height restrictions, like five foot for small kids at Splash Mountain, but, then, there's rider switch where the rest of the party can ride. Maybe, hiring a stroller (for all under five and sometimes older) will keep little ones happy even with walking or standing, keeping in mind they don't do a lot of this at home and it may help to keep the day a happy one. Have you planned on access to park Wi-Fi (My Disney Experience app booking system?) Planning vacations can become an ordeal if you let it, or it can be what it is intended to be, an easier solution to putting things in order. With Disney, for instance, plan dining in advance, use single ride line to avoid crowds, avoid Extra Magic Hours, especially if not staying in a Walt Disney World Resort. Think about arriving early because there are lighter crowds and it is quieter in the first few hours, avoid crowds, use Disney transport, plan for a non-park day and instead do something like including Walt Disney World Resort Hop, learn more about Walt Disney World and visit guide for beginners, Walt Disney World for Beginners. Your world of planning what may become your vacation of a lifetime to include future adventures at Disney just became a lot easier to master.