I'm on the fence about a possible, very quick, solo trip to Disney ahead of a trip to the Caribbean. Basically, I'm nervous about flying south in late January after having a pretty anxiety-ridden experience last winter when the Bomb Cyclone hit the northeast. I had a JetBlue flight that was canceled and only because I was quick enough to think to do so, booked one of a few remaining seats on a Caribbean Airlines flight for the next day. If I hadn't, my Friday flight would not have gotten me to Montego Bay until MONDAY, for an event that was ending Wednesday. As it was, my Saturday flight was delayed eight hours and I didn't land in Montego Bay until midnight. So. This year, I'm considering flying to Orlando two days ahead of time, staying somewhere in the bubble and getting a park ticket for a day. However, since I'm solo, I'd really love to keep this from being a. complicated and b. expensive. I'd love to have the cheapest possible option from the airport to the park, a pretty good deal on a room and the most bang for my buck on a park ticket. As of now, my guess is that I should stay at a value and get a park-hopper so that I can visit more than one park in my single day. However, I'm not super up-to-date on park hours in January, or if planning to bus from one to the other (likely Magic Kingdom to Animal Kingdom) makes sense from one certain hotel property. I'm certainly planning to dig into this a little deeper on my own but thought I'd put this out there for advise from those who knows best as well! Does this sound like a realistic plan? Is being nervous about northeast weather a good reason to basically complicate my flight plans by adding in additional flying? Can I do this without breaking the bank? Thanks!