Hi! My family will be traveling the first week of June. We have twin 5 year old girls and my wife is expecting. My question is can I take one daughter on a ride and then take the other daughter or do I have to wait in line again? Thanks.
- Asked by Phil from IL on 5/19/2008
Hi Phil. The good news is that "child swapping" is available on most rides that have height or age restrictions. Speak with the cast member at the attraction and let them know your situation. They... read more
I need help from a Disney Dad. I'm about to go on my 5th trip to WDW. My kids love the Buzz Lightyear Ride. They always beat me and laugh at lame Dad. I want to beat them this time (is that bad?). Any hints on how to rack up a high score? Thanks much!
- Asked by Jeff from NY on 5/20/2008
Jeff,You came to the right person. Last weekend Kara and I were invited to the preview of WDW's new ride, Toy Story Mania. During the trip I rode with Kara's son on Buzz, and got 999,999 (highest score possible).To help change your... read more
I'm planning a trip w/ a friend who's never gone to WDW before. To make things interesting we have set a goal to get through all parks and get pics w/ all our fave villains. Question is has anyone ever seen Hades walkin around? He's our #1 fave!
- Asked by Angela from CA on 5/9/2008
Hades is an extremely rare character to find in the parks. He was seen in January 2007 at a character Meet 'n' Greet but I have not heard of other sightings since then. Hades was in the Stars and Motor Cars Parade at Hollywood Studios but that... read more
What do you do with your backpacks when riding the roller coasters?
- Asked by Michael from AR on 5/19/2008
You just bring your backpacks on the ride with you. Many of the thrill rides have pouches inside the ride vehicles that are meant to be safe holding places for your belongings. I think these work well if you just have a few random things that you... read more
I am a large woman-- over 275lbs, are there any weight restrictions or any rides I can't ride? My mom, my two adult children and I plan to visit in May. I don't want to be refused a ride or fun due to my weight. Should I be concerned?
- Asked by Holly from LA on 5/18/2008
Holly,We recently traveled with my husband's uncle and I was very concerned about his ability to ride also, so I did a lot of research.First, I highly recommend the Passporter Open Mouse book. It's all about Disney for special needs, be it... read more