We would love to go back to WDW - but where to stay? We will have our 5 yr old and 22 month old with us. Last time we stayed at the Caribbean Beach and were overwhelmed by the size. We don't want anything too large . . . any suggestions?
- Asked by Susan from IL on 3/14/2008
Port Orleans French Quarter! It may be the small, quaint resort that you are looking for.At the Doubloon Lagoon pool, King Triton sits atop his sea serpent, Scales. The slide offers a smooth, gentle slope for young kids which are nearly 5 year old... read more
I have a 6 month old daughter. I'd like to know what facilities are available inside the theme parks for infants. For example, are there places where I can comfortably breast feed? What about a location for the baby to nap out of the stroller?
- Asked by Sarah on 3/12/2008
Each of the four main theme parks has a baby care center. These centers are equipped with supplies for purchase such as diapers, wipes, bottles, formula, baby food, pacifiers, etc. There are also changing stations (in addition, almost all the... read more
My daughter turns 1 this month and we are wondering is she too young to go to Disney World or what parks do you suggest would be good for her?
- Asked by Marta from FL on 3/11/2008
Hi Marta! I loved taking my Princess Coffee Bean to Walt Disney World when she was a baby! She absolutely loved the colors, sounds, sights and smells. You could just see the excitement in her chocolatey face!The Magic Kingdom was where we spent lots... read more
I have been asking all these questions as my family and I are traveling Thursday morning to Disney!!YEAH! I can not wait! I want to know where I can find the book Birnbaum's Disney Guide 2008??Please! I want it and I need it!!!
- Asked by Bridget from NC on 3/2/2008
The Birnbaum's Official Guide to Disney World is available at most bookstores and on Amazon.com. They also sell it in most of the resort gift shops at Disney World, so if you had to, you could buy it there. In addition to the Birnbaum's guide, which... read more
When using your own stoller at WDW is there a need to lock it with a bike lock or anything? Is there ever a problem with them being taken even by accident?
- Asked by Marvin from OH on 3/6/2008
Based upon our experience, I don't believe you will need to lock your stroller when visiting any of the theme parks. During our dozens of personal visits and that of any other friends/family, we have never heard of any... read more