My fiance and I have decided to go to WDW for our honeymoon and we are SO thrilled. Our wedding isn't until Fall 2009, but is there anything I should be doing, as far as planning, in the meantime? What are some of the "must-sees" for a honeymoon.
- Asked by Molli from MO on 4/20/2008
There's so much planning to do with a wedding it may be tough to plan the honeymoon at the same time, so you're right to get a start on things early. I would invest in several good Disney guidebooks: the Unofficial Guide to WDW, Birnbaum's guide,...
Regarding EMH, if a park has evening EMH, can you be at a different park during the day and then travel over to the EMH park and still get in @ closing? Or do you have to be there 2 hours before the park closes? We're staying at BWV w/ Park Hopper.
- Asked by Jamie from PA on 4/27/2008
As long as you have a valid Magic Your Way ticket with park hopper, then you can tour a different park during the day before hopping to the park with Extra Magic Hours that evening. You will not have to be in the Extra Magic Hour park prior to...
HI! IM PLANNING OUR FIRST TRIP IN FEB. OF 09' WITH MY HUSBAND, 2 YR, AND 5 YR OLDS. WE ARE LOOKING FOWARD TO A FAMILY VACATION BUT WE DEFINATELY ARE LOOKING FOWARD TO SOME ALONE TIME AS WELL AS A ROUND OF GOLF OR TWO. ANY SUGGESTIONS WOULD BE GREAT
- Asked by Autum from AL on 4/26/2008
Hi,It sounds like you and hubby need some help. Disney contracts with several babysitting services that will watch your kids while you enjoy some grown-up time. There are also childcare centers in some of the WDW hotels, but children need to be at...
We are starting out at Epcot and then going to Downtown Disney for makeovers and then to Cinderella's Gala Dinner at the Grand Floridian and then back to MK for Mikey's Halloween Party. Please tell me how are we going to get everywhere?
- Asked by Stephanie from ON on 4/27/2008
Well, that's a lot of travel, but it can be done!Here are your steps:1. Exit Epcot at the front (near the Spaceship Earth "golfball") and find the bus to Downtown Disney. (This will be clearly marked.) There are two bus stops at DD. You want the one...
Can adults swap off with a child that is under the height requirements or one who may be too scared to ride certain rides?
- Asked by Jessica from KY on 4/27/2008
Yes. Just explain your situation to the cast member at the front of the queue for the ride of concern and ask for a "rider switch" or "rider swap" pass. (This is also known in some circles as a child switch/swap pass or baby switch/swap pass.) You...