I have come across several sites on the internet that, for a fee, will allow me to visit WDW and not stand in lines! That sounds too good to be true. Do you have any experience with any of these internet sites?
- Asked by Judy from NY on 1/9/2008
The two that come to mind are TourGuideMike.com (TGM) and Ridemax.com (RM). I like both.
TGM: Primarily focused on teaching you info about WDW, how to plan a "stress free" vacation at WDW, and how to minimize your time waiting in lines. ... read more
What are the essentials I need to pack in my bag for a day at the parks? It'll be just me and my husband and we're planning on spending most of the day out and about. We're not going until June but I'm already making my packing list! Thanks!
- Asked by Amber from PA on 5/6/2009
Love that you're planning ahead Amber, although June will be here before you know it! I have a few necessities, so hope this helps!
- More sunscreen
- Lip gloss with SPF (I think you get the point - June in Florida means sunny hot... read more
Hi, We are travelling WDW from Mar 20-27 , staying at Pop Cent. I've heard the days that are open early/later (Magical Hours), the parks are considerably more busy. I've heard it's best to avoid parks the days they have these Mag. Hours.
- Asked by Laura from ON on 1/22/2011
Yes, If you are staying on Walt Disney World Property, then you can take advantage of Extra Magic Hours. There are Morning and Evening Extra Magic Hours. There is typically one Park a day that has Extra... read more
My husband and I are taking our 3 kids to Disney. One is little and can't do some rides. If we use the "baby swap", can my husband take the 2 boys, and after can I go with them? Or do I have to go alone? Thanks!
- Asked by m from NC on 1/12/2008
M,Although the exact process for "baby swap" pass (a.k.a. "parent swap" or "rider swap") can vary by attraction, you typically are allowed to bring two companion riders with you with the "baby swap" pass.For those of you unfamiliar with "baby... read more
can i bring my own stroller to the parks?
- Asked by Hessa from Riffa on 7/8/2011
Welcome to the Moms Panel! You can absolutely bring your own stroller into the parks. I always have because my boys were always more comfortable in their own stroller and we were able to recline them to take naps.
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