I thought I saw Laura from MA answer a ? a few weeks ago regarding a big ice cream that cost about $20 or so, but the whole family eats it. Can't locate it now but thought that our family of 6 would enjoy it so much. Could anyone help me though?
- Asked by Patricia from GA on 3/10/2008
Patricia,The Sundae I believe you are referring to is called the Kitchen Sink. I searched the Moms Panel site, and only came up with a response from Erin. In the interest of fairness, I'll quote her words, since she got the scoop first (insert rim... read more
Are ADR's recommended for Resort Dining such as Whipering Canyon and Boatwrights?
- Asked by Patricia from TX on 3/10/2008
Yes, absolutely. Dining reservations are recommended for all table service dining at WDW. If you know there is somewhere you would like to eat, make a reservation.All reservations can be made through Disney Dining at 407-WDW-DINE.By the way, the... read more
My family will be at the water park (Blizzard Beach) and we also have dinner reservations at the Mayan Grill at the Coronado Resort later that evening. What do I do with our wet bathing suits and towels? We'll be using the Disney bus service.
- Asked by Joseph from NY on 3/3/2008
There are lockers and changing rooms at Blizzard Beach. I would recommend that you change there before leaving the park to go to dinner. In order to minimize the number of wet items that you will be dealing with, I suggest that instead of bringing... read more
I will be staying at a resort off-site. Would I be able to dine at Disney Resorts without a theme park ticket? Can I dine at the Disney Resorts if I am not staying at a Disney Resort?
- Asked by Gloria from MD on 2/29/2008
You would need a theme park ticket to dine in any of the restaurants that are actually in the theme parks. But anyone can eat a meal at the Disney resorts without a theme park ticket, regardless of where they are staying. In fact, Florida residents... read more
I had gastric bypass surgery recently and cannot eat much, I would like to know if the resturants will let me order off the childrens menu.
- Asked by Michael from NJ on 2/28/2008
For buffets, dinner shows and/or character meals, you will have to pay the adult price. You are being charged more for the entertainment than the food.While the kid’s menu states ages 3-9, the servers at Walt Disney World are very accommodating.... read more