Will be taking first Disney trip with DH, 11 yo DS and 9 yo DD. DD wants breakfast with Princessess, but DS cannot pick a Character meal. He is more into science and history than Donald or Mickey! Help me find something that will be special for him?!
- Asked by Susan on 3/4/2008
Hi Susan! Why not combining both a Character Meal and some history? First time visitors don't realize the attention to detail and accuracy the Imagineers put into creating and building the architectural elements of Walt Disney World. I am a... read more
Is there any child care in the Coronado Springs or around it that isn't all that crafts and stuff? Because my kids 10 and 12 hate doing crafts! I will be in meetings and need them with an adult, but I'm single. Can you help me?
- Asked by Susan from MA on 2/21/2008
There are childcare centers at some of the WDW resorts that accept children ages 4-12. They are only open in the evenings (usually 4:30 p.m. until midnight). There are many activities available in the childcare centers, including crafts, but also... read more
We are going to WDW in June with 10 and 12 year old girls. I have booked the Luau and Hoop Dee Doo dinners. Is there anything else I need to make reservations in advance for? Wanting to make sure I get it all in.
- Asked by Kelli from TX on 2/26/2008
Hi!Booking those dinner shows was a great start to your planning. I've taken my girls (age 8 and 11) to them both several times. The Hoop Dee Doo is big favorite of the whole family; we see it every trip. Your next step is to make reservations... read more
We have had the good fortune of taking our "little ones" to Disneyworld several times over the years and are planning our next trip this month with our now 8, 11, and 13 year olds. Any ideas as to dining and fun activities for this age group? Tha
- Asked by katie from NH on 2/12/2008
Hi, Katie! Your children are nearly the same ages as my sons, so I'm letting my oldest help to answer this to get a little "expert" opinion thrown in! If you don't mind, I'm going to list his suggestions for great dining and fun:- Sci-Fi Dine In... read more
My son Max wants to know what an eleven-year-old boy might like to do outside of the parks. He's been to Disney World more times than we care to admit, but hasn't done that many "extras." What would you recommend, Bret?
- Asked by Erica from WI on 1/19/2008
Erica,There are many options that come to mind for Max's age group, and hope that at least one of them will match his interests...
Disney Quest is a unique offering that many overlook. It's is a 5-story facility located in Downtown... read more