I have one dining credit left to reserve and am trying to decide between Cape May or 1900 Park Fare.Which one has the best lunch/dinner food?
- Asked by heather from NC on 4/15/2008
Both restaurants have excellent food, and I really like both of them. The two experiences are very different though, as 1900 Park Fare in the Grand Floridian is a character meal.At 1900 you will have dinner with Cinderella, Prince Charming,... read more
If staying at the Beach Club, would it be easy to hop over to the Boardwalk area to eat breakfast, lunch, or dinner?
- Asked by Tamara from KS on 4/24/2008
Hi Tamara,You couldn't possibly be in a better location for resort hopping to the Boardwalk area for either breakfast, lunch, dinner, entertainment of many sorts or just a nice stroll. The Beach Club Resort is located directly across from... read more
Going to WDW 4/26/08 and staying at the Contemporary. I've been trying for 6 weeks to get reservations at Chef Mickey's (Bkfst or Din) and I'm not having any luck... do you have ANY suggestions? I'm frustrated we can't even eat in our hotel!
- Asked by Erin from NC on 4/20/2008
My only suggestion would be to keep trying, both now and after you get to WDW. There are last minute cancelations that happen and the only way to have a shot at finding one of them is to be persistent. Once you are at WDW, you can try on the phone... read more
We are first timers going May 18-24. We have ADR at Boma at AK lodge on Wednesday evening. What is the best way to get to the lodge? By the way, love the Mom's Panel w/ one dad.
- Asked by sandi from PA on 4/18/2008
If you have a car, the easiest way to get to the Animal Kingdom Lodge would be to drive there. If you're like me, and are using Disney transportation to get from your resort to the AKL, you should take a bus from your hotel to the Animal Kingdom... read more
In planning my dining reservations I am trying to cover some of the resorts that would be nice to see as well.We are eating at GF,Polynesian,&AKL.Are there any others resorts worth seeing?We are first timers.
- Asked by heather from NC on 4/17/2008
Dining in the different resorts is a great way to see the best of WDW. We've ended up staying at several of the different hotels after we ate in the restaurants there and saw how beautiful and interesting the resorts were. As far as themeing... read more