if we bring our pop century mugs from last year, can we use them for free coffee, drinks, etc
- Asked by Cathy from ON on 3/1/2008
Cathy,The refillable resort mugs are good for the length of stay on the vacation you purchase them. Once you leave Disney they become a great souvenir for home. I enjoy a bit of the magic every day drinking my tea out of Disney... read more
I have been to the All Stars resorts & like the food court. Do any of the deluxe resorts have the same type of food court?
- Asked by Georgine from NM on 2/18/2008
Yes, but on a much smaller scale. The menus and seating areas are not as large as that offered at the All Star food courts.The counter service restaurants at Animal Kingdom Lodge, Wilderness Lodge, Polynesian and Grand Floridian are nice. The Beach... read more
We are interested in scheduling a dinner at the California Grill (in the Contemporary) on August 24, 2008, so that we can view the fireworks from the restaurant. What time should we book the reservation for (Magic Kingdom has extra hours that day)?
- Asked by penny from PA on 2/17/2008
Hi Penny. It sure is nice making plans for Walt Disney World when it’s so cold here in PA.On the evening of your dinner at the California Grill, the Magic Kingdom park is closing at 10:00 p.m. The Wishes fireworks display are also scheduled for... read more
Hi Moms, great forum, i've learnt so much for help planning my Sept trip to WDW. I am staying in the Poly with my 2 daughters (6&10), not 100% sure about all dining decisions yet, can we have breakfast anywhere within the resort without a reservation?
- Asked by Lorna from Mayo on 2/26/2008
I’m so glad that you’ve found the WDW Moms Panel helpful. You should be able to eat at the often overlooked Kona Café without an Advance Dining Reservation as long as it’s not during the breakfast rush for the Tonga Toast. Then again, you’ll notice... read more
We have reservations for the Ohana character breakfast but are not staying at a WDW resort. Will we have any problems driving onto the property without a parking pass?
- Asked by Kristen from AL on 2/24/2008
You won't have any problems parking at the Polynesian. Just explain to the security guard at the Poly that you are there for a breakfast reservation and he or she will let you park there for about three hours.Hope you have a wonderful meal. read more