I’m trying to surprise my parents with a WDW vacation. My panic attacks made our last dream vacation to the Grand Floridian less than ideal. I’m doing a lot better now- so I want to go back and make better memories. I am not looking to go back to the Grand Floridian again- not because I wouldn’t love to- but because it’s not realistic. This feels crazy- at this point I’ll be lucky to sleep in the parking lot of Disney- but I have to pray hope dream that I can do it- and then take action. I was hoping- though I didn’t expect it to be the case- that we could stay at a resort on the Magic Kingdom monorail- with my special needs everything is most accessible. I’d love to- the Grand was awesome.But that’s just too expensive for me to afford by myself. So- then we get into the moderate resorts. I like those locations better- but with hotel and park hoppers 2 rooms 4 adults and park hoppers is 6000 dollars. Then we get into the value resorts- the most realistic option. I don’t prefer the location of Animal Kingdom- don’t you have a long bus ride to the monorail and then a ride on the monorail to get to the parks? It feels like you’d spend more time getting to parks than in parks- and it might be hard with a wheelchair . But I am determined- so value is the best option. But I looked it up - 4 adults- 2 rooms- 7 days and park hoppers- 5000 dollars. The only way I can think of saving money without my parents knowing I’m doing it - being on a limited income myself- and who gets assistance from her parents is to put 10- 20 dollars aside every month. And of course there is going without new Kindle books and DVDs and couponing which I’m fine with- and will increase the family fund. But then my parents may find out about it- or not knowing what I have planned earmark the money I saved for another trip. So the whole point to this whole saga- what has worked for you? What are some ideas - besides getting a job and working- would love to- not an option right now due to college and health- to make the money quicker?