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hi. coming to wdw in march 2-8 staying at the pop century with girls 5 and 12 we have planned for 2days at mk, 1 ak, 1 at hs..epcot isnt as apealing to us..any suggestions for other day? peter pan boat ride looked interesting...how do we reserve this??
- Asked by Karen from QC on 12/20/2012
What an amazing time awaits you all at the Walt Disney World Resort. March is an awesome time to visit the parks too. While you say you are not interested in Epcot
I think there is so much to see and do there that it is always a must do for my family, mostly my 8 and 10 year old girls. From Soarin' over California and Living with the Land to the all new Test Track
, Mission Space and my favorite Spaceship Earth, this place really has some awesome attractions. It also has Club Cool
where you can try free samples of soda from across the world. You must all enjoy the Beverly from Italy, it is one of a kind. The World Showcase Pavilion has both really neat shows and shopping and should really be experienced. I do have some alternatives for you all to make sure you have options. The Pirates and Pals Fireworks Voyage is a great way to spend the night listening to boisterous songs and swashbuckling tales of adventure and gazing up at dazzling fireworks off the starboard bow! This adventure starts at Disney's Contemporary Resort when you check your meeting location at the Daily Event Board and gather with your sailing party. Before you head out into the moonlit evening, you're presented with a spread of beverages and snacks that includes fruit, popcorn and other scrumptious confections in a whimsical pirate-themed setting. To everyone's delight, a very special guest waits on shore and warmly welcomes you back. Since this is not an all day event, you might want to spend the day at one of the amazing water parks if the weather permits. I prefer Disney's Blizzard Beach because the lazy river is just the best. Well I hope these options assist you in making this the best vacation to the Happiest Place on Earth!