Dreams Do Come True


As one of the most magical family vacations was coming to an end, but just when I thought things could get any more magical, they did. It was our last day in Disney World, we were in EPCOT. We had just seen my favorite Princess Belle, so as most of you know, we were in France. As we started to walk down the path, my now husband suggested we take a picture in front of this beautiful water fountain with the Eiffel Tower in the back ground.

Now, at many spot through out Disney World you will find these wonderful photographers that will take your families picture for free basically. If you purchase the Memory Maker ($169 if you buy ahead), you get to download every picture they take of you and your family. The best part is everyone gets to be in the picture.

So, after we take our family picture, my husband tells the kids that he wants to take a picture with just me. The next thing I know he is down on one knee with a ring in his hand proposing to me. And thanks to Disney, every moment was captured. I have tons of pictures of that moment. It was one of the greatest days of my life, and like they say,Disney is the most magical place on Earth where dreams do come true. Mine sure did!

Maria Merritt is a Vacation Specialist with Coasters & Castles Travel.

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