It really depends on if your work depends on you. I enjoy going to Disneyland, and try to go every 6 weeks or so. I can only do this if I can leave early on Thurs and take Fri off. But to do this, I need to be accessible, as I run two businesses. So, I carry my cell, and enjoy my weekend. Otherwise, I would be limiting myself to only weekends, or my vacation time. So, yes you may spot me some time sitting on a bench trying to get an FDA clearance for an import or walking an employee through export paperwork that someone forgot to tell me about before I left....
If you see a cute yellow lab puppy with a yellow cape, WAVE! It might be us! (Or it may be someone else that lurks here!) Thank you for asking before you pet! Next trip, Dec 22-Jan 3rd.
LOL! I agree! We always slow down and go to have fun. My personal favorite place to relax is not listed in the great list above: The eating area of the Hungry Bear Restaurant. I love to watch the river and the river traffic - from the Mark Twain to the canoes just starting out and everyone trying to get their paddles coordinated. Our phone is with us only for emergency use, or if the grandkids are with us and their parents need to check in.
Hidden Mickey - Historical fiction about Walt that mixes action and mystery with time travel and fantasy! Tweens to adults will enjoy these novels. And now, three gamebooks to play in Disneyland, DCA and WDW Magic Kingdom!
Check out my six action/adventure novels about Walt's lost diary and his epic quest. Visit my blog page!
I'm finding the phone becoming a bigger distraction lately from relaxing. The last time I visited WDW it seemed I was spending 1 to 2 hours a day on the phone with my office here. I'm not that invested in knowing wait times and trying to play beat the clock either so now I turn the phone off.
Just leaving today and entering the world of yesterday, tomorrow and fantasy.