Hi, I am a single mom with a 10 yr old and would like to go to Disney quest upon arrival while waiting for our room. Should I drive to DQ or take Disney trans? Staying at ALL STAR MOVIES
- Asked by darius from FL on 2/21/2008
There is bus that will take you directly from the All Star Movies resort to Downtown Disney. The Downtown Disney buses make two stops: Marketplace and Pleasure Island. Disney Quest is closer to the Pleasure Island stop. There is also lots of parking... read more
My husband, Daughter (8), and I are staying at the Pops Century Resort for 2 nights and 3 days in Apr. We only stayed 2 days last time when my daughter was 4. It is her birthday and we want to make it special. We are on a budget. Any suggestions?
- Asked by Wendy from PA on 2/12/2008
We secretly decorated the room with Streamers and decorated the room after our 9 year old went to sleep. We had picked up a Mickey Mouse doll, and other Disney items at the Disney Store. We used those items to decorate the room. ... read more
Bret, fellow dad planner here. So glad to hear I am not the only one. Taking family of six (4-kids:5,6,8,9)for their first time. Staying at the All Star Movies 3 days(MK,AK,E). Pulled all hair out planning. Any 1st timer advice?
- Asked by Thomas from TX on 2/20/2008
Thomas,Nice to hear from a fellow dad. I’ll try to help you keep a few strands of hair on your head. Here are my thoughts on what I typically do at different points of time…6 months out, if possible:- Decide which parks to go on each... read more
Hi Kara, I'm about to book our first family Disney vacation. Our kids are 6 and turning 5. We plan on going April 4th-8th. We think we've decided on Grand Floridian. I'm looking for every bit of advice.
- Asked by christine from NE on 2/18/2008
Hello neighbor! I'm limited on space, so I'll try to get you started. First, have you ordered the free DVD and maps to help with planning? It will be close to get them before your trip, but I'd still try. I'd also jot down... read more
My daughter is going to be just turning 5 in Sept., when we go for our first time to WDW. I never use a stroller for her now, but should I bring one for her to Disney, or is she too big. It just seems like a lot of walking for her?
- Asked by LaRae on 2/18/2008
Hi LaRae! My 7 year old Princess Chocolate Truffle is almost 5 feet tall and 80 lbs. She has absolutely no problem riding in the stroller. She is VERY tired at the end of our tours. And we generally only spend about 4 hours in the parks each day.... read more