My Son is a huge fan of the Power Rangers? are there any shows or dining choices with them? Any help would be Great.
- Asked by Erika from IL on 12/19/2008
Disney's Hollywood Studios does have a Meet and Greet opportunity for your son to meet the Power Rangers, get their autographs, and pose for pictures. While there isn't a specific show, they do arrive with both style and flair. When you arrive at... read more
Hi Panel, My son and I will be at Disney in 18 days. YEAH! While there he is doing the Priate Adventure at GF leaving me with a few hours on my own, I don't want to go to far any suggestions of what I could do?
- Asked by Carie from VA on 12/16/2008
Here's what we do:
After watching our son set sail on the Seven Seas Lagoon, we head to nearby Gasparilla's for breakfast. It's right near the marina. Get an outdoor table and enjoy the view of Cinderella's Castle. It's usually very quiet since... read more
Hi Bret, I chose you to ask for information and advice, because of your background. My parents and some siblings too are from Peru. I need help on what to do on New year's eve besides the fire works, kids ages 20,15,and10. Please help me out, Thanks. Mari
- Asked by Maria from IL on 12/15/2008
Great to hear from someone with close ties to Peru. Thanks for writing.
Regarding New Years, most of the special events DO relate to fireworks.
Here are ALL of the general planned New Year's Eve ("NYE") events that I know of:
- Epcot (8am... read more
We are visiting Disneyworld 12/13-12/20. I have reserved a fireworks cruise and was curious if it was worth the money or would watching the fireworks from the beach at the Polynesian was just as good. Thanks! Great Panel!
- Asked by TRina from NC on 12/5/2008
My husband treated our family to a fireworks cruise last June to celebrate my birthday. It was a wonderful experience and I highly recommend it.
However, if the cruise will stretch your budget and/or this is a first trip to WDW, I suggest... read more
Love the panel! Our trip is in January for 9 days we we were just there in Sept, since we were just there I think 9 days is to much for the parks, Love some suggestions of things to do outside the parks hidden gems aroud Disney with a 3 yr old Thanks
- Asked by Samantha from ON on 11/30/2008
I don't know how hidden these gems are, Samantha, but here are some of the activities my family (including a two-year-old) enjoy doing during our down days at WDW:
- rent a surrey bike at Disney's BoardWalk Inn
- spend a day at Downtown Disney... read more