My wife & I are taking our 4 year old daughter to WDW for 04/05-12th. We are traveling with some family and close friends that have never been to WDW. What are highlights ]u would suggest for both old and young? Its our 1st Anniversary too. Any thoug
- Asked by John from PA on 7/15/2008
Apologies for the delayed reply. After much consideration, and some procrastination, I've come up with some favorite highlights...For kiddos:- Plan at least two days in the Magic Kingdom- Make time for relaxing at the resort pool and... read more
We will be traveling with 10 people in the Spring of 2009 ... 6 adults and 4 kids (ages 7, 4, 4, and 2). We're having a hard time deciding where to stay. We want to have enough room for separate sleep times but don't want to spend too much money.
- Asked by Jill from NY on 7/10/2008
I have discovered if you don't mind a value resort that you can actually have 2 rooms and spend less than a suite or villa per night/stay. Staying on site is definitely magical, but perhaps staying off site may be more economical... read more
Hey, love this forum! We will be celebrating my DD 7th Bday at the Princess Tea GF. I have arranged for my boys 4 & 9, to attend the Pirate Cruise GF at roughly the same time. My ? is: What can Grandma do at the GF at the time? Can she sit by the GF p
- Asked by Mary Beth from PA on 7/12/2008
Hi Mary Beth! I'm sitting next to my Fairgrandmother and she wants to know why your Fairygrandmother isn't going to the tea. "I found that tea wonderful. I truly did enjoy it." she is saying and not to quietly to my left on the couch.But if your... read more
I am going to WDW in two weeks their will be 11 of us going is it best to split up once we're in the parks or should we all stay together?
- Asked by Donna from NC on 7/8/2008
There's no "should" when it comes to Disney parks touring. Some families like to do it all together and some like to go their own way. I will tell you that even in my family of five, with children of the same gender fairly close in age, we still... read more
I am planning a reunion for 21 people over age 10, 11 kids between 3-9 and 2 infants. Two of my sisters have 6 kids in their family. Where is a good place to stay for LARGE parties and families. (My mom is paying for EVERYTHING - Best Price PLEASE!)
- Asked by Mindy from GA on 6/27/2008
That's some incredible mom you have!With a crowd like that, I think you need the help of the Grand Gatherings department. This a group of Disney cast members who help groups of 8 or more people find the best room situation and plan events like meals... read more