Hi Erin! I was wondering my daughter loves the princesses (she's 13) and wants to dress up, would she look out of place if she did? She wants to know specifically from you since you answered her first question! Thanks for helping!
- Asked by Denise from TX on 3/1/2008
I'm always happy to help a Disney guest!Many people of all ages dress up for Disney's evening parties, specifically the Pirate and Princess Party and Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party. At these events, it would not seem odd at all if your... read more
Please tell me about the ESPN zone...I thought it was a bar but for a previous question I asked, ESPN Zone was a possible solution. Thanks!
- Asked by Deanna from CT on 2/24/2008
Hi Deanna! The ESPN Club is a restaurant, entertainment, media complex. It's like a Rainforest Cafe. There is a restaurant, bar area, gift shop and game/arcade area. Where the Rainforest Cafe's theme is dinosaurs, the ESPN's theme is sports. I... read more
My daughter and I will be going to Walt Disney World on the 29 Feb 08 for one day and then going on the cruise and back on 9 Mar 08 for one day. Is there any way of getting one-day tickets for the theme parks or is it better to buy the 7-day?
- Asked by Donna from NB on 2/14/2008
If you're only actually going to be at the WDW parks for two days, then buying a 7-day ticket would be a big waste of money. You would be paying for five unused days. In your situation, I would just buy a two-day ticket (either with our without... read more
Other than character meals and dinner shows, what other dining options can make a trip special? Although I love them, my son seems to be outgrowing the character meals.
- Asked by Edie from TX on 2/10/2008
Well depending on your son's interests and his age, he may find the pirate cruises a fun option. Adults can shop and dine while the children enjoy the cruise. To read more information on these special kid programs, see... read more
I am planning a trip to DisneyWorld in March. My older children, boys 17 and 14 where there 10 yrs. ago, but we are bring our 9yr. daughter for the first time. Will my sons have things to do while their sister is enjoying the magic for the first time?
- Asked by ANNMARIE from PA on 1/29/2008
There is plenty for teens to do at WDW. At their age, you might even be able to let them off to explore the parks on their own for a while. With the excellent Disney transportation system and a cell phone, they should be good to go. There a number... read more