We are 2 adults travelling to Disney from March 23rd to April 2nd '09. It is our first time. We havent made any resrervations and were thinking of not making them and just see how it goes when we get there, we dont want anything fancy. Is this a bad idea?
- Asked by Julie from Co. Cork on 1/31/2009
Unfortunately yes, I would say that is not a great idea. That is a busy time at Walt Disney World, and you want to make sure you have at least a few dinner (and possibly lunch) reservations before you come. Maybe you don't plan out each... read more
What time does the fantasmic dinner show start?
- Asked by Daphne from ON on 1/30/2009
Hi Daphne -
The Fantasmic! Dining Experience is not a dinner show in the traditional sense. You don't eat dinner while watching Fantasmic! Instead, you select one of three restaurants to dine at: Mama Melrose's, Hollywood & Vine,... read more
Can make ADRs (finally) tomorrow--yay! Since the May cal. is not up yet, will I still be able to book a Fantasmic din pkg? Will the CM know which days of my stay that Fantasmic will be showing? Do you even think the pkg is needed for beg of May (1-10)?
- Asked by Melissa from VA on 1/30/2009
How exciting that you're soon able to book your dining reservations, Melissa! I'm happy to report that the calendar for May is now up and running, although Fantasmic times don't appear. Disney is updating its site, and are in the process of ironing... read more
My son and I are headed to DW March 1-8. We just booked the trip and
are on short planning. I've been researching for the last 3 days of places to eat. At this short notice, is it best for me to just call and ask the open times for our choices? Thanks
- Asked by Carly on 2/7/2009
I wouldn't give up hope! If you act quickly, and make a list of two or three choices for each time slot/meal you are interested in dining at, you should still be able to get some great reservations. The spring break crowds tend to... read more
We are going in May for our first time to WDW. What time is better to attend for the Aloha Dinner Show with a 5y/o and 7 y/o? I read if you can hold out for the later show to attend that one. What's the difference?
- Asked by Tammy from WI on 1/28/2009
Tammy, I love getting questions from people who are visiting for the first time! How exciting! The Spirit of Aloha dinner show at the Polynesian Resort is a family-style, all you care to eat, luau. The show runs twice daily Tuesdays through... read more