We will be visiting from Sept 20-27. My 4 year old son absolutely loves the monorail. He has said he wants to be a Monorail driver when he grows up. Are there any special experiences we can take him to that are related to the Monorails?
- Asked by Wendelin from LA on 8/23/2008
I'd make sure and plan to ride the monorail from the Ticket and Transportation Center to Epcot; it is the longest, continuous monorail ride with incredible views of Future World at Epcot. When you arrive at the loading platform, you will want to... read more
"To the Disney Dad" 7 days to go! My hubby is NO sports fanatic but he loves construction, engineering and any other manly type activity. Do you have any suggestions for activities he would like at WDW?
- Asked by Marie from TX on 8/30/2008
Only 7 days? How exciting! I'm definitely jealous!
Several ideas come to mind. Admittedly some work better without the kids...
- Visit some of the resorts. The best would be the Wilderness Lodge and the Animal Kingdom Lodge. Both offer... read more
I have heard that Disney World has an "underground city" where all the behind the scenes stuff goes on. Do they offer any tours of this? I want to go on a tour that will show things that you normally would not have access to.
- Asked by Lauren from NV on 8/8/2008
The tour you are referring to is the Keys to the Kingdom Tour. I have been on the tour and have seen what you are talking about. I can tell you that being in Florida would make it close to impossible to have an "underground city". ... read more
Hello ladies & Bret, I'm totally addicted.Going to WDW in Dec for X-mas with my DH & DS(5).? is would anyone recommend any of the tours the parks have to offer?Which one and why?We all about to bust having to wait 4 more months.Thanx
- Asked by Brenda from FL on 8/5/2008
I completely understand the long, impatient wait for a WDW trip to arrive; it is brutal! We watch lots of Disney movies, set our tv to record WDW shows, and play Disney games (like Haunted Mansion Clue) to help us get through the loooooong wait.... read more
WDW 10/26-11/2 wanted to book DS on Steam Trains tour at MK. However, he will be 25 days short of his 10 birthday. Can he still attend with an adult? Also do you think DD7&5, DS 9&2.5 would enjoy Family Magic Tour at MK. Wanting to do somethg
- Asked by Angela from IL on 7/11/2008
Angela,The good news is that you will be saving a lot of money on your trip because your "Dear Son" (DS) will be 9 years old and therefore is considered a child for tickets and dining. The bad news is that you really do need to be 10 years old... read more