We (myself,DH,DS15) will be going back to WDW in July. This will be our 14 trip to WDW as a family. DS would like to take a friend with him,DF15. This will be DF first time. Do you have any suggestions to make the first trip for a teenager memorable.?
- Asked by Zaida from IN on 1/24/2008
Hi, Zaida...I would suggest if they both like thrill rides a must do ride would be Expedition Everest in Animal Kingdom, The Aerosmith Rockin Roller Coaster in Hollywood Studios, Space Mountain, as it is an icon, and everyone rides Space... read more
Hola Bret! My name is Guilherme and I'm from Brazil, my English is not good. In Feb. will be my second time at Disney, my first time was in 1998. I would like to know: - I'm a big Star Wars' fan, how many attractions Star Wars have in Disney? Thanks
- Asked by Guilherme from São Paulo on 1/29/2008
Olá Guilherme,The only current Star Wars attraction at WDW is Star Tours at Disney Hollywood Studios, which provides a simulated flight through space with a somewhat inexperienced pilot. This is one of my children's favorite rides.Although it isn't... read more
I am planning a trip for my family and a friend's family. We will be traveling with children ages 14, 13, 12 and 12, can you recommend some ideas for events they can attend that are age appropriate and they will think are cool?
- Asked by Michelle from IA on 1/18/2008
I don't know about the kids you'll be traveling with Michelle, but based on personal experience with my own 13-year-old daughter it can be difficult to predict what she thinks is "cool" as her preferences seem to change quite often! :... read more
My wife and I are taking our daughter and a friend to Disney in March for her sweet 16 B'day. I was wondering if there is a place for girls that age to get their hair and nails done? Also any other tips to make her sweet 16 special would be great!
- Asked by CHRISTOPHER from NY on 1/28/2008
Hi Christopher! I am a former salon owner, so I make it my solemn duty to force myself to have spa and beauty treatments while at Walt Disney World. I know, it's a sacrifice, but I do it for you. . .Your ladies can receive salon... read more
We are planning a week trip to WDW in July. We will have two adults and three teen girls (17, 16, 14). We DO want the dining option and park hopper tickets. We will not have a car. Which resort is most appropriate for independent teenagers?
- Asked by Cynthia from HI on 1/26/2008
Hi, I would recommend Disney'sBoardwalk Inn and Villa's. The Resort is a happening place, aside from many different eateries, there is much activity in the evenings, the whole resort is a backdrop to a 1930's time. There's a place called... read more