When I was a kid, there was no experience quite like visiting Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Although the crowds and heat can certainly have their ways of putting a damper on the festivities, both of those issues were kept to a minimum by my parents' clever idea to book the trip in November.
But while the Florida park left me a wide world to explore, the same can certainly be said for Disneyland in California. As a kid, it probably doesn't make much of a difference which one you have the golden opportunity to experience.
As we grow up, however, it becomes much clearer that such a significantly vast experience couldn't possibly have come without some monumental efforts, planning, and revision work once those plans fail.
And while this may not be so obvious on the surface, the secrets behind the park's most famous attractions do a lot to show exactly what it takes to make a Magic Kingdom.