Hello again!! I submitted a question on 4/11 and got a response that it was answered, but no response was there..my question was can you bring coolers/food into the water parks picnic area and are there any restrictions on what you may bring in? Thanks
- Asked by Tina from PA on 4/13/2008
Hi, we always take a cooler into the water parks. We have a large cooler we wheel into the water parks. The water parks are the only parks that will allow you to bring a cooler in that is on wheels. The rules are fairly straight... read more
We are planning to visit for our childrens first time this May. They are 20 months old and have been through so much...being born almost 4 months early. Is there anything special the WDW hotels can do to make our arrival special?
- Asked by Dawn from NY on 4/14/2008
You are tugging at my heart! I’m a mother of a 28-week preemie. When he was born, I’m told that I kept crying “but I just want to take him to Disney World”. As you know the struggles, we didn’t know at the time if that would ever be possible. Two... read more
Hi! My friend is going to WDW in December for the first time with her 9 year old son and 7 year old daughter. Can you suggest a fun care package I can have waiting for them in their room?
- Asked by Tami from OR on 4/7/2008
Tami, what a wonderful surprise for your friend! You can always use www.disneyflorist.com if you'd like to rely on Disney to do all of the work for you with some wonderful welcome packages, but this can be costly.If you'd like to save some... read more
I read WDW has birthday, anniversary and first visit buttons. Anything for retirement? We'll be in WDW in two weeks to celebrate our anniversary and my husbands retirement from the PD. Any pins for that?
- Asked by kim from NY on 4/3/2008
It's so interesting you ask this. I was at WDW with my mother in February, just a few weeks after she had retired from decades as a nurse. She really wanted a "Just Retired" button to wear around the parks. Unfortunately there is no such thing. A... read more
My husband and I are traveling to WDW in April with the family. My husband enjoys live music; I was thinking about escaping for an evening and going to the House of Blues. Do we need tickets or reservations? Or is there a resort with live music?
- Asked by Katherine from OH on 3/22/2008
Hi there Katherine! My Prince Charming and I love to slip away at least one night for romance during our trips to Walt Disney World too!The House of Blues hosts many world renowned bands. You can check for ticket prices and show times at hob.com.... read more