I thought to occupy you while I'm in the Happiest Place on Earth, I'd share some of my knowledge of Disney World and Florida in general.
What does that have to do with writing? Ummm... Well, to be a good writer you've got to get out and experience stuff. Live life. Dream and then dream bigger. That's what Disney is all about.
Plus, I write fairy tales, so I'm calling it research. HA! ;)
Tip #1 - It is freaking hot down here. Plan accordingly. From June through September the temperatures will range from about 92 to 110 during the day. The highest temps in July and August. But just because you come in December, don't think you'll escape -- for New Years we wore light jackets in the mornings, and t-shirts all day. (Although it's obviously much cooler than July, but you're not gonna find any snowflakes around here.) Also, highest crowds are during summer vacation, spring break, and around major holidays. Just an FYI.
Tip #2 - Don't get ripped off. When you buy your Disney tickets, buy them through someone reputable. You cannot buy someone's ticket who has only used 3 of their 5 days. Disney uses a biometric scannery thing when you enter the park, and tickets are not transferable between people.
Tip #3 - Move to Florida. What? We get discounts just for living here. :P
Tip #4 - If you scroll to the bottom of the Disney World webpage, there's a link called Special Offers. Right now I think they're offering a free dining plan if you come during certain dates. Free! Woopie! You're welcome.
Tip #5 - Don't worry. Disney never disappoints. If you're going with someone with food allergies or special needs, Disney will bend over backwards to accommodate you. The bakeries are even stocked with allergen-free goodies for the kids! (I was SO excited to learn this. Super Spawn is never able to get bakery treats because of his nut allergy.)