throwing together a last minute trip. Our family has been multiple times, but due to the last minute planning having trouble getting any dining reservations. I noticed that the Be our Guest restaurant is quick service, are reservations needed for lunch?
- Asked by Michaela from IN on 5/22/2013
While I love having plenty of time to plan my Disney vacations, there's a certain thrill about a last-minute getaway. In fact, I just did one a few months ago with my family and it was one of our favorite vacations ever. (Now that I...
My bf and I are planning to bring our families for a week in Apr 2014. We have 4 girls (11,4,5,&1) was just wondering if we would be able to do a ch din all together and best one for princess lovers.
- Asked by Kelly from NB on 5/23/2013
Hi Kelly! Dinner with the characters is a fun event for families, and I think the four girls in your group would love dining with the princesses! In my opinion, both Cinderella's Royal Table in the Magic Kingdom and Akershus in Epcot are wonderful...
We are headed to wdw later this year, staying off property and my husbands brother who is retired from military after 30+ years. He has offered to buy tickets for our trip , but my question is does he have to be there for us to use the tickets?
- Asked by CATHY on 5/20/2013
Please thank your brother-in-law for his service to our country! I am grateful to the military and their family's for their service to our country to keep us free.
Your brother-in-law will need to be at Walt Disney World to activate...
Hard to decide if i should book dinners and lunches ahead of time, how busy is it in November? i have heard other parents have gone with no trouble and not booked anything in advance, i have just over 5 months before our trip so what is your suggestion?
- Asked by chrystal from AB on 5/23/2013
Wow, it is so awesome that you are planning to vacation in Walt Disney World this November! Typically early November is not as busy in Walt Disney World as around the Thanksgiving Holiday, but that being...
We are traveling to Disneyland in about a month with a 2 year old and 5 month old. Wondering if we should bring and stroller for the 5 month old or if the rental strollers will work for a 5 month old weighing about 12lbs?
- Asked by Taylor from HI on 5/12/2013
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel and thanks for your question! My advice would be to bring along your own stroller for your 5-month-old, especially if he or she is more comfortable in a reclined position. The strollers available...