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Traveling to WDW 4/9-4/13. Have 4 day park passes with hopper. Need an itenerary for my group of 7, 4 adults (39,43,40,70+) & 3 children (11,9,8). DR @ Chef Mickeys 4/10 @ 7:10pm, BBB MK 4/11 9:55am, dr tusker house 4/12 bkfst 9am. Any suggestions
- Asked by Anissa from IL on 12/28/2011
Going to Walt Disney World in April is going to be fantastic. The parks are simply beautiful. Please pay attention to the weather forecast and pack some rain gear just in case. Chef Mickey's for dinner will be a treat for all ages. The delicious buffet will have you coming back for seconds. Make sure to have your camera ready to take one of a kind pictures with the Disney Characters. Be aware that there is a one day cancellation policy at Chef Mickey's. As for an itinerary, this is where the park hoppers become the greatest thing ever. The park hoppers are such a great idea in that they give your party the flexibility to change your plans if you choose and head out to another park for a totally different, yet equally wonderful, experience. I usually begin my trip at Epcot. With World Showcase and Future World it has amazing experiences for the young and the young at heart. Soarin' is a multi-sensory attraction that gives guests the experience of flying over California's scenic beauty, while the Seas with Nemo & Friends is a tranquil ride that takes you into the undersea world of the Pixar film, Finding Nemo. Epcot has interactive adventures for all of the people in your group. An early appointment at the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique will take this experience to a new level. Kids of all ages are immediately transformed into royalty at this salon at the Magic Kingdom. Afterwards, spending the day at the Happiest Place on Earth is theperfect way to spend a day. I know you will have a terrific trip and am happy to answer any further questions you may have.