I'm interested in taking a family trip to WDW in2010. My daughter will be 41/2 yrs. old. I'm thinking about staying at the Wilderness Lodge, but I'm very picky about cleanliness of rooms and tubs, esp. with a little one taking baths. Any suggestions?
- Asked by Penny from IN on 9/5/2008
I personally have always been extremely satisfied with the cleanliness of every hotel room I have stayed in at WDW. The mousekeeping staff at WDW extremely hardworking, professional and good at their jobs. However, if you have concerns, you could do...
Leaving for Disney in 5 days with my 14 month old, DH and my mom we can't wait. I just heard about this Pal Mickey, is this something that my son might enjoy. He loves Mickey can i get it at the Boardwalk where we are staying?
- Asked by Cynthia from NJ on 9/6/2008
I stayed at the Boardwalk this summer and did see Pal Mickey for sale there. If for some reason they were out of stock, you could easily find him in dozens of stores throughout WDW. Prices can change, but in mid-2008 Pal Mickey retailed for about...
HI, I just made reservations at the Diamond Horseshoe Saloon at the MK for dinner in 2 weeks. The operator says it was brand new, I can't find any info. on it, can you tell me anything? I made the reservation there since nothing else was available.
- Asked by Melissa from MA on 9/6/2008
The Diamond Horseshoe Saloon is a dining venue at the Magic Kingdom that is only open sporadically. For example, to handle the large number of guests that want a table service meal during a holiday. In this particular case, the Diamond Horseshoe...
We are planning our first trip to DW next Jan or Feb with a 4 yr and a 6 yr how many days should we allow for each park. We do not plan to go to any water parks but would like to know if it is warm enough to go swimming at the hotel pool?
- Asked by Melissa from OH on 8/27/2008
Disney in January and February can be tricky with the weather. I have been there when two sweatshirts were not enough and when capris were not cool enough. I would definitely check a weather station before you leave for...
We have ADR for Victoria & Albert's and I am concerned about the dress code. I have 2 extremes to choose from...a nice conservative pant suit or an elegant evening gown? Is the pant suit not dressy enough and/or the evening gown too dressy? Please H
- Asked by Courtney from TX on 8/27/2008
Victoria and Albert's is the best of the best. I like both of your dress choices, and I personally would wear the pant suit over an evening gown any day of the week.
However, if the princess in you is saying evening gown, then go...