We arrive on 24th November 2011 what are the best restaurants to eat at with a 2 year old? Also will my 2 year old be able to go on many of the rides? Whats the best park for toddlers ?
- Asked by James on 5/31/2011
With a two year old, character dining will definitely be a hit! Chef Mickey's and The Crystal Palace are great choices for that age.
Your two year old may ride any attraction that doesn't have height restrictions. Visit... read more
I have read the other posts. For dining experience, will my daughter feel like she's only one not 'fancy' for it - do all girls dress up or little of both? Which others come to visit at norway restaurant besides belle?
- Asked by Shannon on 5/6/2011
Your little princess will have a wonderful time at any princess dining experience! Many girls arrive dressed as their favorite princess and others simply wear their regular clothes. My little princess loves dining with the princesses... read more
I have a lot of questions about dinning and reservations and a lot of stuff. What number can I call to answer all my questions?
- Asked by Marcia from FL on 4/9/2011
Please call 407-WDW-DINE (407-939-3463) to speak with a Cast Member about all of your dining needs and questions. I'm sure they will be able to assist you. Let me know if you have any additional questions - I'm here to assist... read more
We have just signed up for the ABD on the Med cruise in June 2011. We will have 2 kids 8 and 10 with us and are wondering which dinner seating will be the best. Also, what happens on days when the excursions are long e.g.Rome? Thanks
- Asked by Amy from NH on 1/7/2011
Definitely sign up for the second seating (8:30 pm) for dinner if you are doing the Adventures by Disney (ABD) option on your June 2011 Mediterranean cruise. This will guarantee that you are seated with your fellow ABD adventurers... read more
1st trip in Feb for family of 7, I've made ADR for three character meals for 7. However, our baby will be 15mo. Will we have to pay for her too? Should I make the reservation for 6 people instead? Want the highchair but don't need the food or extra cost!
- Asked by Emily from MA on 1/4/2011
WDW Dining Reservations will need to know the total amount of guests dining just to make sure that the table size you are given will accommodate a highchair (extra seat), but you will not be charged for her to eat (children under the... read more