When my wife and I had little ones, it was always easier to drive on vacation. The few times we had to fly, someone always complained about the kids being too loud. It just made more sense to take road trips back then. I clearly remember a time when the three kids were all toddlers. We packed them up and drove all the way to the magic kingdom. It took three days of driving, before we arrived to the state of eternal sunshine. When we left our home state, it was fifty degrees outside. By the time we arrived to the kingdom, it was almost eighty outside. We were constantly running the air conditioner, just to stay cool. The sunshine and humidity were almost unbearable. We stood in ride lines for hours, and all I could think about was air conditioning. We even left the park early to go to our hotel room. Luckily, the hotel was cool and comfortable. Our room had two different air conditioners. One air conditioner was in the master bedroom, and the other was in the living room. We kept the room nice and cool, so we could relax at the end of the long days. We were lucky to stay somewhere with a good air conditioner. Many hotels in the area were very rundown with few amenities. After that vacation, we never took the kids to the magic kingdom again. The next time we wanted to take the kids somewhere new, we headed up to the northern border. It was cooler, cheaper, and less stress on the car.