We're newly DVC members making our first trip as such in Nov '13, wondering what things we might have looked over or not been able to be apart of on previous trips since we weren't DVC. What things do you make sure to do as members? Age ranges 9mths-64
- Asked by Tiffany on 5/13/2013
Howdy Tiffany and WELCOME TO DISNEY VACATION CLUB!!!
There are so many things that you will want to experience now that you are part of the DVC family and November is a great time to visit Walt Disney World!!
I would encourage you to visit the...
My son has several food allergies (corn, oats, soy, milk, egg) that are difficult to avoid; therefore, I make all of his food. I want the rest of the family to get the dining plan. Is there anyway to leave him off the dining plan?
- Asked by Marcus on 5/23/2013
Thank you for sending in your question to the Disney Parks Moms Panel. All Guests on the same reservation must have the same vacation package options, including the same type of dining plan. You have two choices here, but both would...
What times are best to visit the parks? AM/PM/Middle of the day? My kids are 7&8. Is it better to stay in one park all day or look at the crowds websites to visit one park in the AM and another in the PM?
- Asked by Althea on 5/22/2013
Your daily itinerary will depend on time of year traveling and location of your Resort. If staying at a Disney Resort Hotel, I'd definitely suggest hopping on a bus or monorail for a mid afternoon rest, swim or "re-group." If traveling...
I will be visiting Disneyland in June and want to get Fast Passes for World of Color. If I obtain Fast Passes for WOC upon entering the park, will that prevent me from getting Fast Passes for the rest of the day? Thank you.
- Asked by Rachel on 5/14/2013
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel, and thanks for your question. Your visit to “The Happiest Place on Earth” is less than a month away! I hope you’re looking forward to exploring all the magic both theme parks...
We are staying at Polynesian in October 2013. We have the deluxe dining plan and will be traveling with two children 9 & 4. My children do not drink soda and was curious as to other options for beverages for them. They usually drink milk or juice.
- Asked by Robert on 5/23/2013
That is fantastic that your kids do not drink soda. I remember when I was younger, my grandmother would call soft drinks sugar water! There are so many different dining options at Walt Disney World and they all have different...