What are some attractions/dining options that will be entertaining for a 2, 9, and 13 year old. I don't want my older kids to be completely bored. And what things do we need to stay away from b/c they wouldn't be appropriate for a 2 yr old?
- Asked by MIRANDA from AL on 1/24/2008
Hi, I'm been contemplating this question for several days, and really there is not an attraction that would be inappropriate for a two year old, unless there is a height restriction, some attractions were scary for my little guys, for example Snow... read more
We are planning our first three-generation WDW vacation! My husband & our boys (now 11 & 19) have gone several times. Nieces/nephews are 15, 12, 9, 2-parents plus Grandma. Ideas please! How to plan months ahead for doing things together at appoint
- Asked by Becky from OK on 1/22/2008
Hi Becky,Have no fear-planning for 10 is fun! The first thing I would do is talk to everyone and determine what their expectation is of the trip. Will you all be staying at the same resort, will you spend 24 hours a day together and what... read more
Our family are planning a trip this December for 6 days and 7 days. We a want villa near EPCOT. 7 adults and 3 kids age 1,2,3. We will travel as group. Can you give us information how we could save in our vacation planning?
- Asked by mary ann from NJ on 1/27/2008
Hi Mary Ann! The villa accommodations that are closest to Epcot are Disney's Beach Club Villas or Disney's BoardWalk Villas. They are part of the BoardWalk area of Walt Disney World. You can walk to either Epcot or the Hollywood Studios from... read more
I am finding it difficult to book an affordable trip there. It seems if you have a family of 4 there are deals and reasonable rates but throw one more into the mix and it more than doubles. We have priced 2 rooms and suites, kids are 15,13,7 any ideas?
- Asked by Betty from KY on 1/28/2008
Betty,I feel your pain. We have the same issue with our family of two adults and three children. The issue is due to fire code restrictions that limit the number of people that can safely stay in a room. Unfortunately none of... read more
I want to know where I can stay on Disney property with a family of 5 instead of 4. All resorts seem to be limited to 4 only...there are 3 adults and 2 kids. Do any of the all star resorts have accommodations to fit my needs? Thanks, Donna
- Asked by donna from VA on 1/29/2008
Hi Donna,As a family of 5, we, too, have had some moments of frustration since we are limited with resort choices. My first thought for you is the family suites at the All-Star Music. If you go to www.allearsnet.com and search for "All Star family... read more