Mom And Daughter; Animal Kingdom
  • On Jun 12, 2009
    Ron from IN Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Believe last 1st ? was around 6/4 or so...4A 1D turning 4 on 9/22. Arrive MCO 9:24am on 9/22.6day PH .Hlp w/itn? Sty @ BayLakeTwr 9/22MK and 1900PF;9/23 CM,LeCell,GG;9/24 CM,CP,LibTree; 9/25PlyDine,50's,Fantspkg;9/26TH,?,WhisCanyon;27-Ohna (dlx din pln)


    Sounds like a great trip already! Here is an all-new recommendation;

    • September 22 - Magic Kingdom (all day)
    • September 23 - Epcot (all day)
    • September 24 - Magic Kingdom (all day)
    • September 25 - Hollywood Studios (all day)
    • September 26 - Animal Kingdom (AM) / Downtown Disney, Water Park, or resort pool (PM)
    • September 27 - Open Park (AM) / Magic Kingdom (PM)
    You may note that I don't have you park hopping very much. The park hopping feature is great, and you should keep it, but hopping for hopping's sake is just a waste of valuable park time. Plus, having so many days where you have all your meals in one park, you really can't break away to another park without missing a meal. Instead of worrying about it, just use the feature if you feel bored by a park and want to change your plans on the fly.

    I think you should visit the Animal Kingdom on the 26th.

    I like your dining selections! You don't have a lot of gaps, but here are few suggestions;

    • September 26: Donald's Safari Breakfast and lunch at Yak and Yeti
    • September 27: Dinner at California Grill (2 table credits)

    Have a magical (and delicious) vacation!

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