Other than character meals and dinner shows, what other dining options can make a trip special? Although I love them, my son seems to be outgrowing the character meals.
- Asked by Edie from TX on 2/10/2008
Well depending on your son's interests and his age, he may find the pirate cruises a fun option. Adults can shop and dine while the children enjoy the cruise. To read more information on these special kid programs, see... read more
12/3-12/7/11 W 13yog,17yog:fly fr: Alaska-WDW. besides mp4, gameboy, any sugg's to keep them "busy" en route? first time for both on planes. longest flight : Orl-san fran. going to wdw flights around 3 hr each. but 2 layovers each way,1 overnite
- Asked by Lisa from AK on 10/27/2011
I am so excited to answer your question because this is the first one I think I have ever answered for a guest from Alaska! Thanks for posting it to the Moms Panel.
There are plenty of things for teenage girls to do on lengthy... read more
Hey! 2 years ago, my freshman class came to WDW at the end of the year. It was so much fun that some of us want to go back together! Would the nine of us (ages 16 or 17) be allowed to stay at the hotel by ourselves, or does an adult have to stay with us?
- Asked by Melissa from PA on 9/22/2009
In anticipation of my daughters asking me this exact question some day, I recently had a chat with the front desk manager of one of the WDW resort hotels. I asked her how old guests have to be to check into a WDW hotel on their own. The answer was... read more
As a single mother of 3 teens-food at the park can get pretty expensive. I found a coupon for 25% off-the only problem is the dates are for the week after we travel. Can these be used the week before or am I out of luck?
- Asked by Karen from UT on 4/4/2011
Welcome to the WDW Moms Panel!
The food can be very expensive. In fact, on our last vacation to WDW, I was a little sticker-shocked by some of the meals.
The coupon that you mentioned is for quick-service restaurants. These are... read more
My family and I will be arriving on Tuesday mid afternoon . We will be leaving early on the following Monday. So basically we have 5 1/2 days to get in as much as we can. First time so what would be the best approach with the time we have?
- Asked by John from NS on 2/9/2011
Your family must be so excited about your first trip to Walt Disney
World! I get goose bumps just thinking about it, and I'm not even going
along. Here's how I would spend my time if I were you:
Tuesday: Get... read more