We are going to DisneyWorld in June '08 and are having trouble deciding which princess character dining experience would be best - Cinderella's Castle or the Princess Storybook Dining in the Norway pavilion. Princess Aurora is a must ! Thanks. Stephanie
- Asked by Stephanie from MA on 2/20/2008
I have been to both these meals several times. They are both great, but
I prefer the Castle meal for the atmosphere alone. However, based on
the timing of things, I don't think you're going to have much of a
choice. The reservations for... read more
We will be going to Disney this summer. My boys ages will be barely 6, twins that will be barely 4, and a daughter that will be about 20 months. We'd like to do a character dining, but want to pick the best one for their ages and attention span. HELP.
- Asked by Jenifer from WI on 2/19/2008
With a group a small children such as yours, I always think the character meals that offer buffets are the most easy to manage. Here's why:-Since everyone in the restaurant is getting up and walking around, it won't be a distraction to anyone if... read more
what is a good dinner experence to do for first timers with twins age 6 and son age 10? we need to fill a spot for dinner.
- Asked by Heather from MD on 2/18/2008
I'll give you some of my family's favorite dining experiences last year when my twins were 7 and my older daughter was 10 ...One of the most fun restaurants on property is the Whispering Canyon Cafe in the Wilderness Lodge resort. Food is served in... read more
We are going to Disney the first week in June. My daughter is 5 and my son is 8. What character meal(s) would be best for us? Ideally, I would like something they would both enjoy, instead of doing separate meals.
- Asked by Andrea from MO on 2/19/2008
Okay, let’s break down the character meals and find one that would work for both of your kids.First, we will cross out the princess-themed meals as probably your daughter would enjoy them more than your son. Next, let’s omit the Winnie the... read more
My family and I (boys age 9, 5 & 3) are planning on going to the Playhouse Disney's Play 'N Dine at Hollywood & Vine character breakfast. Their morning hours are from 8-11:20. Should we make it an early lunch or just stay for breakfast? Thanks!
For your Play 'n' Dine at Hollywood and Vine character breakfast, I have 2 ideas:1- If the park is officially opening at 9 a.m and is not offering the morning Extra Magic Hour on the day of your visit, then try to secure an 8 a.m. breakfast (or... read more