I have been to WDW but my husband and children 7 girl and 4 boy have not. Can you reccomendsome must see attraction that everyone will love at each of the parks or at least at the MK.
- Asked by megan from PA on 5/5/2008
Follow me!Our first stop is the Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom. After a memorable walk down Main Street stopping to have a family picture taken, we'll head to Fantasyland. There, your family can enjoy Dumbo, Peter Pan's Flight, It's A Small... read more
I have my first Diisney trip booked for June 13 thru 21. I am planning a general schedule of our vacation, and was wondering if the show schedule for this week is available so I could also plan the shows we want to see.
- Asked by Kayla from GA on 5/14/2008
Hi Gayla - The Disney Calendar will provide you with a lot of valuable information to help you get your schedule started. While it does not have times for every show, it will provide you with the park hours and Extra Magic... read more
We will be arriving at WDW the first week of June '08 and will be staying at the Walt Disney Fort Wilderness Resort and Camground. Being that we are staying on the campground we will still be able to take advantage of the extra park hours that are offered?
- Asked by Landy on 5/15/2008
Absolutely! As a Fort Wilderness guest staying in either a cabin or at a camp site, you are a Disney Resort guest. Thus, you’ll be entitled to all of the guest benefits including Extra Magic Hours. Enjoy! read more
I am trying to see what resort is better, Caribbean Beach or Coronado Springs. Any thoughts?
- Asked by steven from SC on 5/4/2008
Choosing which is better is definitely dependent on when you are traveling and the members of your party.Let me help you sort it out:Coronado SpringsIt is beautiful but I found the resort to be quite vast. While the Casitas, Ranchos and... read more
We are headed to the World on Saturday and are staying at Fort wilderness campground. Is it possible to take the ferry to MK and then hop on the monorail to Epcot? We don't have the park hopper and would like to ride the monorail sometime.
- Asked by Kristina from IL on 5/14/2008
Hi Kristina,Absolutely, you can certainly ride the monorail to Epcot. Just keep in mind that it may take a bit longer than a direct bus ride and that you will transfer monorails at the Ticket and Transportation Center (the 2nd stop on the monorail... read more