Can you see the water boat parade (Electrical Water?) from FW. Where can I find a schedule of the nights this is happening? Thank for helping us plan a magical vacation. DD5 is going to have the time of her life:):)
- Asked by Amy from GA on 8/30/2008
I love how you're so excited to share the magic of Walt Disney World with your daughter.
The Electrical Water Pageant is one of my favorite parts of Disney World. It's such a sweet and relaxing way to end the day. The Pageant does pass by the...
HI MOMS! so were going in jamuary and we bought a vacation package, when we get down there we want to go right to a park, do you know where we have to pick up the tickets we got?
- Asked by Kassandra on 8/30/2008
If you purchased a Magic Your Way vacation package from Walt Disney World, you're going to need to stop by your hotel before you go to the parks. You can do this very early in the morning before your room is ready. You'll need to register at the...
We are leaving in 46 days with a 4 y/o - yea! Is it ok to take drinks and snacks into the parks with us instead of purchasing there? I am a planner and a budgeter. Thanks and I love this site!
- Asked by Jennifer from SC on 8/30/2008
Yes, it is fine to bring snacks and drinks into the parks as long as they are not in glass containers. My family often brings water bottles and granola bars with us while we tour WDW.
You are not allowed to bring a cooler with wheels into the...
Hi Bret, I loved the info you gave on the diver at Coral Reef and are all set for 9/25. They were great to deal with. I was hoping you could help me with any other ideas like that. Ones that may make the trip just a little more special.
- Asked by Sharon from NY on 8/28/2008
For other interested in requesting a dive banner and/or a personalized menu (with photos, if you like) at the Coral Reef, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. In your message be sure to include date, time, names, and your...
We are planning to come to WDW the first week of Oct. Question is about the MNSSHP (Halloween). My son is 4 and a half and wondered if it would be too scary. Do they have a ton of vilians? He has never been to disneyworld but doesn't mind santa.
- Asked by Lori from ID on 8/20/2008
My children have never been frightened at the Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party, even when they were preschool age. Last year, we brought my four-year-old nephew along with us to the party and he wasn't afraid either. While there are villains...