Decorating Room for Grown Ups Only Trip
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Here's a cute way to "decorate" your room @ WDW. Print out journal pages from the Sidekick or make your own pages with plain paper & Disney stickers. At the end of each day write out short "This Is What We Did Today" notes. Include where and what you ate, which park(s) you went to, favorite rides/attractions and memorable moments. Include a spot for "The Neatest (coolest, greatest, best, etc) Thing About Today Was...". Then tape it in the window of your room so that other guests can read about your adventures.
Bring along plain (blank) index cards to use for character autographs. You can tape these in the windows too and then you will have individual autographs to place in your scrapbook at the appropriate places instead of having them all in one book.
You can also decorate the window with any thing you can tape to it. Paper menus from the restaurants, maps of the parks, brochures, etc.