I'm claustrophic (I'm not kidding) and I would like to have any tips or suggestions you could offer on how to deal with the crowd situation. travel dates of 03/08-03/15 My 9 yr old and husband will do the rides, not me. we are staying @ our time share.
- Asked by janet on 2/28/2008
Hi Janet! May I suggest a wonderful book, PassPorter's Open Mouse for Walt Disney World and the Disney Cruise Line. The books has helpful sections for people dealing with issues such as fears and mental disorders. I have recommended this book to... read more
What kind of shoes are required? I have heard that no open toed shoes or flip flops are allowed when riding the rides.
- Asked by Michelle from OH on 2/26/2008
Casual is the norm at Walt Disney World. This includes sandals and flip flops. I've even seen people kick off their flip flops prior to fastening their seat belts on Soarin' in Epcot.Shoes are required at all times. Otherwise, there are no footwear... read more
Our family will be @ WDW in May. My youngest daughter and I both have asthma. Do the parks and or resorts have nebulizers on site, if one of us has an unexpected need for a breathing treatment?
- Asked by Angela from MI on 2/21/2008
Hi Angela,All members of my family suffer from extreme asthma. I asked the same question about nebulizers before I ran the 2006 marathon and was surprised to hear that, at that time, they did not have nebulizers available at first... read more
Hi! We are planning on visiting WDW in late September! I just have a question about weight limits on the rides, I am "plus sized" at 235 lbs. and my husband is 250 lbs. Will we be able to enjoy the rides with our son? Or will we be too big? Thanks!
- Asked by Danny from GA on 2/20/2008
Yes, I would expect that both you and your husband should be able to enjoy the rides with your son. My husband is also both quite tall (6 foot 3 inches) and "plus sized" (a bit more than your husband). He comfortably enjoy... read more
My husband has Parkinson's- he is mobile but tires easily so standing for a long time in line-ups may prove a bit difficult- can we use handicap access to help him or do you have any other suggestions?
- Asked by Ann Marie from NS on 2/13/2008
I would highly recommend renting an ECV for the week. This will allow him to rest and move easily from one place to the next. Each park has Wheel Chair Rentals.
Wheelchair Rentals (this and more information can... read more