My family will be going to WDW next Monday. We'd like to see the Wishes show in WDW which is at 8 p.m. and the Illuminations show at EPCOT which starts at 9 p.m. We have a park hopper pass. Is there enough time to get to EPCOT from WDW? Thanks!
- Asked by Fatima from GA on 2/6/2008
Those evening shows are both great. I myself wouldn't do it, but I think it is just barely possible to see them both in the same evening. The Wishes show at the Magic Kingdom lasts about 15-20 minutes. Then you have to exit the park and... read more
My husband and I and our 5 year old son will be staying at All-Star Movies July 21-25, 2008. We last visited WDW Aug 29-Sept 2, 2005 and it was wonderful-kind of hot but NO lines at all. Are the crowds in July absolutely terrible?
- Asked by Jennifer from KY on 1/27/2008
Hi Jennifer,You will notice a difference in the crowds, but probably not the Florida sun! Even with more crowds, don't worry. Since you will be staying at a Disney resort, you will be able to take advantage of Extra Magic Hours, both morning and... read more
We are planning a trip to WDW May 16th-23rd. The 16th and the 23rd will be travel/flight days so we have purchased a 6 day park hopper pass. If we were to attend a character dinner on the evening of May 16th would that use up one day of our hopper pass?
- Asked by Nancy from ON on 2/4/2008
Attending a character dinner on your first evening would only use up a hopper day if you were to enter one of the theme parks.Instead, I would recommend attending a dinner at one of the resorts. We usually go to Chef Mickey's at the Contemporary,... read more
Hi!! My name is Christina. I will be in Disney 2/10-2/13, with my husband and 2 boys(8,2). Do the parks offer the refillable souvenir mugs. I know I read about the ones in the resorts, but wasn't sure if the parks offer them. Thanks so much.
- Asked by Christina from FL on 1/28/2008
Hi Christina!The water parks offer refillable mugs, but the four theme parks do not. Many people fill a mug at their resort in the morning and take that along with them which would last you for a little while. Unfortunately that mug... read more
My family and I will be visiting WDW at the end of March. We are playing to go to two parks per day. What are some ideas on where we should spend most of our time? The main person we are trying to please is my 6 year old daughter? Any suggestions?
- Asked by Rebekah from FL on 2/2/2008
Two parks a day....hmmm..I would suggest starting at the park that has the Extra Magic Hours, I would spend about 3 hours in that park, and then move on to the next park. We have managed to get through Hollywood Studios in about 4 to 5 hours,... read more