My family loves "noticing the details". My daughter has albinism and daytime adventures indoors are alot of fun for us. Tell me one of your favorite "Finds" that we could go looking for. My son is 13 and daughter is 11.
- Asked by Annette from NY on 1/8/2008
I have a long list of fun details to experience at WDW, but the one that comes to mind for your daughter would be: looking for Hidden Mickeys (HMs). Many (not all) HMs are indoors, and they are truly one of the hidden gems at... read more
visiting w/ my son with autism in June,. Would like to arrange a special meeting for him as he is obsessed w/Toy Story. Also wondering about autism program in the parks such as no waiting in line. where should I contact regarding this? Thanks!!
- Asked by Bruce on 5/7/2009
Congratulations on your upcoming trip! My boys LOVE Toy Story too! Many visitors with children on the spectrum report that Disney is a very "user-friendly" vacation choice for their families. There is no "Autism-specific" program,... read more
We are travelling with 2 people who are registered disabled and wanted to know about parking charges with a disabled badge?
- Asked by kim on 2/26/2011
The current fee for parking is $14.00 per day (please keep in mind that is subject to change at anytime without notice). The fee also applies to Guests with handicapped parking permits. However, if you are staying at a Disney... read more
We are staying at the CBR in a pirate room. One child is tube fed. I know there is a fridge, but is there a built in freezer. We need it for cold packs to keep his formula cool while we are at the parks. Any suggestions, if they do not? Thanks
- Asked by Melanie from WI on 1/1/2009
I am so jealous! I cannot wait to stay in the new pirate themed rooms at the Caribbean Beach Resort - they are truly amazing. In your room, you should find a very cool (no pun intended!) barrel shaped refrigerator with a small... read more
Visiting in late Aug with a 14yo w/ severe asthma & allergies but also triggered by extreme heat. Can she get a GAC to keep her from waiting in lines in the direct sun? Not sure the best strategy! Thanks!
- Asked by Karen from NJ on 6/3/2011
The Guest Assistance Card (GAC) assists guests with a wide variety of special needs that may otherwise prevent them from being able to enjoy attractions. To request a GAC, visit Guest Relations at any of the 4 theme parks.... read more