Back again...I'm going crazy trying to plan our trip April 7-13 so we don't miss anything! Everyone seems to recommend a midday break for the little ones (ours are 2,4 & 6) but how will we fit it all in w/ parades and night shows? Help!
- Asked by Heather from NJ on 2/25/2008
The answer is you won't fit everything in. It's simply not possible. Think of WDW as a city; all of WDW is about the size of San Francisco. Try to relax and try to choose the attractions that make sense to you right now and know that WDW will still... read more
I was told to do the BBB and then the Cinderella Round Table. What is the best meal - breakfast, lunch or dinner? Also wondering if the Epcot Princess meal is better?
- Asked by MINDY from MI on 2/24/2008
Hi Mindy! I have done both Cinderella's Royal Table and the Princess Character meal at Akershus Royal Banquet Hall in Epcot's Norway pavilion. I liked them both, but most people opt for Cinderella's Royal Table. In fact, it's the hottest restaurant... read more
We are trying to decide between the Grand Floridian , or the Beach Club resorts. Any suggestions? We are going w/ our 6,4, 2 yo. some reviews say beach club is nicer w/ kids, but is other better b/c closer to MK?
- Asked by OTTO from NJ on 2/12/2008
I would recommend the Grand Floridian.The pool at the Beach Club is fun for kids of all ages. However the entrance to the slide is actually outside of the pool area and across a walkway. We found this set up very inconvenient for parents of small... read more
We are going to Disney in 2 weeks to Celebrate my daughter's Birthday. We want have a birthday celebration for her at Cinderella's round table . What do you think would be better - lunch or dinner? She is going to be 3.
- Asked by kim from MD on 2/9/2008
Call 407-WDW-DINE (407-939-3463) now to try and secure your Advanced Dining Reservation as this is a popular restaurant. I would choose lunch at Cinderella's Royal Table for your little Princess. At dinner, the Fairy Godmother makes an appearance... read more
How can I celebrate my birthday at WDW? All of the advise I can find is for the little kids. What about the really big ones?
- Asked by Melissa from NY on 2/7/2008
The basic premise for celebrating a birthday at WDW is the same no matter how old the birthday boy or girl is. Disney is very happy to have adult guests plan to spend their birthdays at WDW as well as children.So, the first step is to get a "Today... read more