My daughter and three of her friends want to go to Disney World in Florida for their High School Graduation trip. Three of the four girls will be 18 years old at the time. Is 18 considered adult enough to check in by themselves to the resort?
- Asked by Linda from AL on 12/8/2008
A trip to Walt Disney World sounds like the PERFECT way to celebrate a high school graduation. It's fun for the girls and as a parent you can feel safe because they won't have to drive anywhere. Disney has great security and plentiful free... read more
I am planning a trip to Disney World in Feb 2009 for me & my son who is 17 and we have never been to Disney, not sure which park is right for us. We have plans to stay in FL for 7 days, 2 of which we want beach time. Which should we go to Magic, Epcot,
- Asked by lisa marie from NY on 11/11/2008
It sounds like you have 5 days available for park touring. With that amount of time, you should be able to visit all four of the Disney theme parks as well as a water park or Downtown Disney.
There are rides that are appropriate for a 17 year... read more
I will be traveling to WDW on Nov. 18, 19 and 20.With 3 girls 8,14 and 14. We will have a 1/2 day to spend on the first day and a full day on the last day. We have 2 day hopper passes.What would be a a decent itinerary to follow?
- Asked by floyd from PA on 11/9/2008
Hi Floyd. Let me start by making a few assumptions based upon the information you provide. I assume you wish to stick to two days in the parks, want to get to as many of the four parks as possible and are staying at a Disney resort.
My... read more
Hi, I have three 15 year olds that I am taking to Disney World. I need to pick the park with the most thrilling rides. They like all adrenaline pumping/screaming type rides. All of the kids are very adventurous and want to go on anything tall/fast.
- Asked by olivia from MN on 10/29/2008
Are you visiting only one park? I ask because Disney has spread out their thrill rides amongst all 4 parks, so to really experience them all you'd need more than one day, or a park hopper pass. Yes, you can hit all of the thrill rides in one day... read more
How do you manage a WDW vacation with kids with a large age span?
- Asked by Pippa from NY on 9/12/2008
If you have children with a large age span you are probably already accustomed to performing a bit of a balancing act every day. I know that I am. And when we vacation at WDW, or anywhere else for that matter, we all give a... read more