I am planning a trip to WDW 7/08 with my husband and 2 kids 6 yrs & 18 months(1st for us all) . I need help with the itinerary, I dont know what to expect so I dont know where to start. Can someone please help me to make this trip special for us all?
- Asked by Kimberley from LA on 3/16/2008
Hi there Kimberley! I think you should get some great tools to help you in your planning. Here's what I tell first-timers they can use to plan there trips. You can use one or all of them:BooksThe Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney WorldBirnbaum's...
My parents are celebrating their 50th Anniversary this year & they are taking the whole family to Disney this August.My oldest sister will be celebrating her 25th Anniversary &my neice is celebrating her 1st.We're looking for something special?
- Asked by Joanne from NY on 3/19/2008
Hi Joanne! What a wonderful vacation you guys have planned! I think you should work with the Disney planners at Disney's Grand Gatherings! I see champagne and flowers and pixie dust everywhere! They help people plan magical events for large groups...
I know towels are provided at resort pools. Are towels provided at water parks? Thank you!
- Asked by Jill from CO on 3/12/2008
Towels are provided at the moderate and deluxe hotels at Walt Disney World. Value resorts guests must remember to bring a towel from their room. It’s a good idea to request extras from Housekeeping after you Check In.
I would advise bringing a...
First trip May! Noticed that you could parasail, waterski, seadoo, and tube behind a boat. Where are the prices for these activities? Where is it all located, and is it difficult to arrange? Want something really out there for our first trip..THANK YOU :)
- Asked by Patricia from NS on 3/20/2008
It's not difficult at all to arrange these things, just call 407-WDW-PLAY and they can give you all the pricing and reservations information. While the main base for most of the items you mention is at the Contemporary Resort (which is conveniently...
I love this panel. I have basic dining package, and have decided on the character dining for my girls (3 & 11) however, they are picky eaters. Would you recommend some dining choices with simple menus, that are still a fun experience?
- Asked by Joni from AL on 3/19/2008
Two of my favorite restaurants that have a fun atmosphere and fairly simple food are both in Disney's Hollywood Studios: the Sci-Fi Dine-In and the 50s Prime Time Cafe.The Sci-Fi has a fairly basic menu of sandwiches and salads. The children's menu...