My family is staying in Disney World 2/21-2/28. We currently have reservations at the All Star Sports. My kids ages are 9,12,15 and 17. We are wondering if we should upgrade to the Carribean Beach resort. Not sure what to do.
- Asked by lori from NH on 1/21/2009
You didn't mention what your hesitation is with All Star Sports (AS) and why you are thinking of upgrading to the Caribbean Beach Resort (CBR). I'll give you a few of my thoughts and if you still have any hesitation, feel free to write... read more
I'm trying to plan a trip to WDW for 5 days with 4 friends. How much spending money should each of us bring? This is not including ticket/package fares, it's about the money we spend on shopping, eating, and service. Also, we're all under 20.
- Asked by Parker on 6/27/2011
For "walk around" money, I always used to budget at least $100-$150 per day for things like a t-shirt, ice cream, popcorn, drinks, counter service meals, etc. I'm not sure what you and your friends eat, drink, and shop like, but my... read more
how to begin --extended family
- Asked by Linda from RI on 7/24/2011
The beginning is one my favorite parts of planning a vacation because that's where the adventure begins!
First of all I always start with WHEN? What time of year are you planning on going, and what is good for the rest... read more
I am a single mom bringing my daughter and two other friends to Disney World for the first time as her celebration for turning sixteen. can you suggest which hotel caters to teens and which parks may be better. We are coming in TWO WEEKS!!.
- Asked by Casetta from GA on 7/6/2011
Hi Casetta - thanks for your question! I honestly don't think you can pick a wrong resort in this situation. My teens have never been to a resort where they haven't enjoyed themselves. I would recommend you book your accommodations... read more
I am planning a family trip for Aug 2011. I have 17 yr old boy, 11 yr old boy and my daughter will be turning 8 during our trip. My problem is i'm not sure what would be fun for my 17yr old son and still have him be apart of our "family" vacatio
- Asked by candy from VA on 12/14/2010
Hi, Candy! As a mom with girls who range in age from five to 19, I know keeping everyone happy while still enjoying family time together was always a concern. At Walt Disney World, it's such a relief to see that my girls really want to... read more