We are staying at the Poly for 3 nts (5/1-4) then off to the DCL for 4 nts. So we are packing in tons in a short time at WDW. We plan to go from Epcot to HS on day 2 of our trip (our only day at either) what is the best way to go from Epcot to HS?
- Asked by Shannon from IL on 3/11/2008
There are actually three ways to get from Epcot to Disney's Hollywood Studios.1. If you are near the front of Epcot (near the Spaceship Earth "golf ball"), exit the park, go to the bus transportation area and look for the bus to Disney's Hollywood... read more
Considering taking autotrain to WDW w/husband, 7,4, &2yr old. Are we absolutely crazy? Anyone else have experience on a 20+hr train ride w/small children? Tips? Do's &Don'ts? Also, ideas for travel days (arriving @9:30, departing @4:30 -no parks d
- Asked by Katie from MD on 3/10/2008
Hi Katie! I have done the Auto Train and you are not crazy. We drove all the way down from Massachusetts to do it! It wasn't by choice at first. We fly often. One year, when my Princess Coco Muffin was about 2, we flew and didn't realize that... read more
We are staying in Port Orleans Riverside. How many minutes from our resort to the Magic Kingdom? What do we take to get to the Magic Kingdom and the fastest way to get there? We are not renting a car.
- Asked by MARIBEL from MO on 3/5/2008
Hi Maribel. The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World has a great grid with bus times. They estimate that it is approximately 40 minutes from Disney's Port Orleans Riverside to the Magic Kingdom.The second fastest way would be to take a taxi. That's... read more
I will be visiting WDW in Apr 26th - May 3rd with my two grandchildren. My grandson LOVES the monorail and would be happy riding it all day. I have heard that there are times when children are allowed to ride with the driver. How can I arrange this?
- Asked by Laura from CT on 3/3/2008
Hi Laura from Connecticut! That name just speaks to me princess:) My little Princess loves the monorail too and we have spent many an evening, riding aimlessly around the loop. You are right. Little monorail fans can ride up front with the... read more
We will be going to WDW in May. we would like to go the Epcot during the evening hours to see the fireworks at the end of the day. We are thinking of eating at Boardwalk and going over to Epcot from there. Is there a fee for parking at boardwalk?
- Asked by JASON from NY on 2/29/2008
No, there is no fee for parking at the boardwalk if you are visiting one of the restaurants. When you enter the boardwalk, you can let the guard know your intentions. They may ask for some sort of ID, then direct to you the... read more