Disney is basically the "default" vacation for my wife and I. Just went 3 weeks ago and tried a new way of doing the parks. We got the park hopper pass, and decided to go with no plan and see what we could get up to. Just cruise and walk around all the parks and enjoy our day.
We got to Animal Kingdom early, did our favorite ride (the safari), walked around, enjoyed a few of the shows and looked at all the animals--basically did whatever struck us as fun at the time since the longest wait was a whopping 20 minutes. We hadn't seen Pandora so we checked that out, got some lunch, and headed to Hollywood Studios to check out the new Star Wars area. It was our first time at Hollywood Studios and while we were pretty underwhelmed with it, we still enjoyed the Falcon ride and got our souvenir aurebesh Coke/Sprite bottles. So many people had customized a droid!!! They must be making a killing there. The stormtroopers walking around accosting people is AWESOME, and we saw Rey hiding in between tables at the restaurants making sure they didn't catch her. That was funny.
From there, took the Skyliner for the first time over to Epcot, our favorite park. The construction didn't bother us--just means there will be more stuff next time we go. We had dinner in Morocco this time around, did Soarin, the boat ride, etc etc. Love Epcot, it's the best.
The following day we did Universal, which is always fun as well. Less "magic" on the whole than Disney, but I really think they put Disney to shame as far as IP integration if we're comparing Harry Potter with Star Wars. I expected Galaxy's Edge to be as immersive and impressive as either HP area at Islands of Adventure, and for me it isn't. Maybe it's just that HP is a more "magical" property, but man, they just didn't miss on Harry Potter.
We have never stayed at a Disney resort, so that will be our next "new" way to experience the parks I think. Disney is great.