We have just booked our first trip to WDW for a week and are vey excited. We will be travelling with our two kids (girl 11 years old) and (boy 9 years old) and grandparents. What are must see experiences for the different family members?
- Asked by Colette from NB on 2/15/2008
There are many must sees to be seen. I would recommend the WISHES fireworks celebration at the Magic Kingdom. If you can rent a pontoon boat on the Lagoon, its fabulous. The Main Street Bakery makes the best cookies, we always... read more
I am coming to Disney World for the first time with a friend and no kids. We purchased two day hopper passes. Is there any particular order in which you would visit the four different parks (two per day)?
I have often visited for two days at a time and have found this to be my best solution for getting the most out of a limited time. I would visit the tandem of Animal Kingdom and Magic Kingdom one day, EPCOT and Hollywood... read more
It appears you can book a WDW package online up to a year in advance. Can you book a package farther in advance by calling WDW travel directly? Is either way the 'better way' to book a package? Thanks!
- Asked by Erica from CO on 1/31/2008
Hi Erica,I went right to the source on this one because I was not sure. Currently online you can only book through December 2008. For reservations for 2009, you would have to call but they will not have pricing on hotels yet as the rates... read more
Will be at WDW for 1st time end of April with 5 year old son. Is one day each at Epcot, AK and MGM sufficient? Not interested in doing/seeing everything, just the things that are more appropriate for my son. Thanks.
- Asked by Erica from CO on 2/15/2008
Hi Erica!I think you could make do with one day at each of those parks. I generally recommend that people plan on two days for Epcot, but if you don't have an extra day available you'll be okay with one. You are correct in thinkng that... read more
My mom and I are taking my two grandmothers, who have never been to Walt Disney World before, to Disney in June. What are some fun things we can do to make their experiences extra special?
- Asked by Catelyn from MA on 2/15/2008
How exciting!!! There is much to see!! I would recommend the Electrical Water Pageant. The Pageant consists of two strings of seven barges. The barges are lit up with lights featuring King Neptune and various creatures of the... read more