I have reservations for my daughter to visit the BBB at MK. We also want to dine at Akershus at Epcot. Do you think it would be too hard to go to both in the same day since she'll be dressed as Belle or should we go on seperate days.
- Asked by April from AL on 6/28/2008
Hi April! I am always amazed at all the little girls who are dressed to the nines in their princess garb walking around the parks, riding rides and having fun. My Princess likes to go to the Character Meals all dressed up, but then right after, she... read more
We have reservations for the character breakfast at 1900 Park Fare at 8:05 am. Since we are not staying at one of the Disney Resorts, do we park at the Grand Floridian or would it be possible to park at one of the theme parks and ride the monorail?
- Asked by Tracy from AL on 6/29/2008
Are you headed to the Magic Kingdom after breakfast? If so, I would park at the Transportation and Ticket Center (the Magic Kingdom's parking area) and then monorail to the Grand Floridian. Make sure to get on the Resort monorail. After... read more
Is 1 character meal per day too much? Can't wait for 2nd trip in 09! Will have DD 10, DS 6, & DD 5. Hope to get ADR at CRT, Chef Mickey's, Akershus, Donald's Bfast, 1900 Park F, Garden Grill. Also ADR at H & V and 50's Prime Time. Any advice
- Asked by allison from LA on 6/28/2008
I've been on many trips to Walt Disney World where we ate at more than one character meal per day. On my twin's 6th birthday, they actually chose to eat at three character meal in one day (that was a high cupcake intake day!) Some might argue that... read more
I have a 2:30 res. @ CRT.Allears.net shows lunch hours until 3:00.Does that mean that the princesses leave at 3:00 sharp or do they stay to finish the late lunch crowd?I'm worried we will miss them with a late lunch since they aren't there for dinner.
- Asked by heather from NC on 6/28/2008
The 3:00 end time indicates the last time they might seat guests, not the time when the characters leave. Don't worry, the princesses would never leave the Royal Table without greeting all their lunch guests. I have heard many reports that guests... read more
This is our first trip to Disney with our 4 year old daughter. I'd like to be sure to book reservations for the character dinners where she would get to see as many of the princesses as possible. What are your suggestions? Thanks so much!
- Asked by Becky from OH on 6/26/2008
There are three main princess character dining locations.Cinderella's Royal TableCinderella and a rotating cast of 4-6 other princesses will be here during breakfast and lunch. Princesses may include Snow White, Belle, Sleeping Beauty, Jasmine, Mary... read more