We have a 12 year old daughter who is an only child. Any suggestions to help her have the best time she can have this August at Disney World, being an only child with two adults?
- Asked by Susan from Tx on 6/12/2008
Hi there Susan! I am the Queen Mother of an only Princess. She has been visiting Walt Disney World since she was knee high to a fetus. At first we were sensitive to the fact that Princess Chocolate Twizzler is an only child. That quickly went away... read more
1 more question. I read somewhere there is a Coke place where you can mix your own flavors of pop. I also read it was free and a great place to stop in to cool off and get a drink. I think it's in MK-my 9y DS would love this. Where is it? Can't find on map
- Asked by jill from IL on 6/3/2008
The place you're referring to is called Club Cool. This is one of my most favorite hidden gems in all of Walt Disney World. Club Cool is in Epcot, tucked away in a little corner near the main Future World Fountain on the Innoventions... read more
We are going to DW for the 1st time in July for the 4th. 3 adults & 1 child. Its my sons first visit. What can I do to make it a special arrival? I have already made reservations for breakfast with the characters. HELP!!
- Asked by Anna from LA on 5/18/2008
Ideas for arrival:-Call Disney Florist at 407-827-3505 to arrange a welcome basket, balloons, snacks or Mickey Ears-Present your child with a camera to capture the world through his eyes-Disney Dollars-Get a first visit button from City Hall... read more
I will be in the parks with my 8 and 11 years old girls. Are there any special tween things for my 11 year old that you would recommend? Thanks.
- Asked by Susan from IL on 4/20/2008
My girls are 8 and 11 also. I am well acquainted with all things tween girl at Disney. If you're specifically looking for things to do with your 11-year-old, you might want to check out this post where I interviewed my oldest daughter... read more
My husband and myself and 2 pre-teen boys are coming April 10th to the 13th. I am also in a wheel chair. Can you tell me about the meal plan and where to go for the boys to have a great time. This is our first trip. Please help.
- Asked by Diana from GA on 3/27/2008
Hi Diana,A first trip - how awesome! The Disney Dining Plan is where you prepurchase your meals in advance for the length of your trip. Depending on which plan you choose, you are entitled to a certain number of snacks, counter service... read more