We've booked a trip for Feb17-23, Pres. Day week. We're also out of school again Mar.30-Ap5. Worried that the crowds will be really high that week of Feb. Have you ever been during Pres. Day week? Wondering if I should reschedule for Mar/Ap. Thanks!
- Asked by Laurie from GA on 1/16/2008
Yes, I have been there during both times. My experience is that President’s week may be a little bit less crowded than that week in March. Between those March/April dates you mentioned, you risk visiting when crowds are larger due... read more
What must you do with any bags or small coolers when going onto rides? Our family wants to ride some rides together, but weren't sure what we would do with our belongings while on the ride.
- Asked by Bernandette from MI on 1/18/2008
On most rides you can simply take your belongings with you. But if you would rather not carry around larger items, there are lockers available for rental at the entrance to each of the parks. The largest of the lockers is about 1 foot wide by 1.5... read more
Hi, we're going to Disney for the 6th time the first week of Dec, staying at fort wilderness campground in our RV. My kids are 17,15,13 & 11(boy is 13) You mentioned finding Captain Hook's hook. I'm interested in new ideas like that
- Asked by MELISSA from PA on 1/17/2008
We took part in the Family Magic Tour, and it was so much fun. However, I hate to give away any spoilers and ruin the adventure. I will share with you that guests do need to enjoy acting a bit silly along the way, so I'd want to make sure that is... read more
We will be traveling to Disney World with our three year old daughter. Should we bring our own stroller, or rent one there? How much is a stroller rental and is it comfortable for a child?
- Asked by Rumana from CA on 1/17/2008
Hi Rumana! Strollers are about $10 per day to rent. I don't find this economical if you are renting for more than 2 days. I think bringing your stroller is a better idea because:1. You can use it to navigate the large and busy Orlando International... read more
I am a widowed mom of 2 boys, 8 & 4. 1st time to WDW - unfortunately will be just us 3. Is there any accommodation for moms in my situation? I'm also concerned about rides - can we sit 3 across & is there help available for "switching off"
- Asked by Rene from NY on 1/17/2008
There are quite a few attractions that you can do that in. I have with my boys. If your 4 year old is tall enough for Space Mountain, then you can sit all three in a row in the space capsule (one in front of the other). When it came to Buzz... read more