Is there a quiet pool at the pop century or are my 2 boys (ages 3 and 5) allowed to go in all the pools? Thanks I am quite addicted to your panel!!!
- Asked by Danielle from MA on 3/31/2008
Pop Century has 3 main pools: the Bowling Pin Pool, the Hippy Dippy Pool (has flowers that spray water) and the Computer Pool. There is also a children’s pool with shooting fountains for the enjoyment of young kids. A Pop Jet playground sits near... read more
I seen on some of your answers about the caribbean resort they are working on the pools.. We are staying in sept.. will they be done by then or do we need to change resorts?
- Asked by Amanda from MN on 3/30/2008
It will depend on your vacation dates.While the date is not guaranteed, the Old Port Royale pool rehab at the Caribbean Beach Resort is scheduled to be completed by September 15. My experience is that many rehabs are completed right on schedule. A... read more
My friend and I are planning a vacation to WDW. We'll be bringing our two kids each and our husbands (so really - 6 kids total). We know we want to stay at a moderate resort and our husbands only request is to stay somewhere with a bar on location. Advice?
- Asked by Catherine from IL on 3/27/2008
How wonderful that you and your friend are planning a WDW trip! You’ve already done well by narrowing it down to a moderate resort. Since the 2 “older children” are requesting an on-site bar, I can tell you the following:Coronado Springs:Siesta’s... read more
We are staying at Animal Kingdom Lodge for our trip Dec/08. I have read that it has a zero entry pool. What is that exactly? Also is there a water slide for my two princesses to use? Thanks Susan from PE
- Asked by Susan from PE on 3/25/2008
Hello Susan,Great resort choice for your holidays, you're two princesses will surely have a wonderful time at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge. The Uzima Springs pool has a "Zero-Depth Entry" which means that there is an... read more
My family is traveling to WDW in April and my mother-in-law wants to know if there is somewhere on Disney that would be like ‘going to the ocean; sandy beach and water.’ Please help?
- Asked by Katherine from OH on 3/22/2008
There are several places at WDW that feel "oceany," with lovely sand, and lounge chairs, and a water view. You just can't actually swim in the water at these places. Let me explain ...Since WDW is in the center of the state, you will obviously... read more