Fam­i­lies with Grand­par­ents at WDW

WDW Magazine - - Content - BY JESSI KIMBLE

I wasn’t quite sure of how well this fam­ily trip was go­ing to go. I was twenty-one and trav­el­ing with my par­ents, my brother, and both sets of my grand­par­ents. In my mind, I had this neg­a­tive no­tion of the “can’t do’s” we would face, and I hon­estly did not want any kind of lim­i­ta­tions. “How far can they walk?” “On what am I go­ing to miss out?”

The next morn­ing I saw the ride photo of my grand­par­ents on The Twi­light Zone Tower of Ter­ror. They had snuck out of their ho­tel rooms and over to Dis­ney’s Hollywood Stu­dios our first night there. Their faces—all smiles, all laugh­ter, all hap­pi­ness—is still one of my fa­vorite mem­o­ries.

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