We are hoping to go to DW in Sept. My family will be staying at YC while my parents will be at CS. Is the best way to get from one another's resort is to take the bus to a park and then hop on the next bus to the other resort? Thanks for your help!
- Asked by Nicole from CO on 6/18/2010
September is a wonderful time to visit Walt Disney World. The summer crowds tend to subside significantly after the Labor Day Weekend, and you can generally enjoy the parks with very moderate crowds. Using Disney... read more
I need to add another room for grandparents to go with an existing package. How do I do this? The second pkg will need tickets, meals, etc. as well. When I try to add, the site edits the existing pkg.
- Asked by Elizabeth on 4/4/2013
If you're booking another package, you can have the two packages linked in the reservation system. To best make sure that this is accomplished correctly, I'd call Disney at (407) 939-7211 and have everything all set up so that... read more
We are planning a trip for 7 of us (myself and my husband and our 5 children ages 2-11) for Fall 2014. With such a wide range in ages I want to make sure there is something for everyone. What rides/shows would be appropriate for everyone?
- Asked by Courtney from CO on 10/11/2013
Howdy Courtney! Wow! Walt Disney World Resort with 5 kiddos between the ages of 2-11...Magical!
I have a suggestion for you that will not only be informative, but it will be fun for the entire family and get your children engaged in the... read more
My mom is taking the family to Disney World. We are all coming from different places. My husband and I are driving and will most likely get there first. Can we check in even if my mom was the one that booked the trip? We are staying at Tree House Villas.
- Asked by Elizabeth from SC on 4/17/2010
Hi Elizabeth - assuming that your name and your husband's name are on the reservation, you will be able to check in if you arrive first. I've done that several times and haven't had a problem at all.
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Our holiday dates are 20/12 until 05/01. my children would like to visit magical kingdom Christmas day and boxing day, Christmas day to watch shows and parades, boxing day to spend the day on the rides. Do you think this is a good idea?
- Asked by andrea from west yorkshire on 11/9/2013
You are visiting Walt Disney World at a wonderful time of year. The theme parks are absolutely lovely with their winter holiday decorations!
I think that you should know that on both Christmas Day and Boxing Day, Magic Kingdom... read more