Mother, Son, Giraffe, Kilimanjaro Safaris, Animal Kingdom, Savannah
  • On Aug 11, 2011
    Ashley from AL 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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    Coming to Disney for the first time Nov. 13- 20, 2011 with my hubby, 4 yr old son and 2 yr old daughter. Plan on visiting Epcot the afternoon we arrive and an additional full day during our trip... is this too much? Should we just do one day?? Thx!

    Hi Ashley,

    I'm going to be very honest.  1.5 days will still not be enough time to see and do everything in Epcot.  It's so much to do in this park that it could take three to four days.  This is just my opinion because I feel like there's so much to do in Future World and in the World Showcase.  I could take two full days visiting the different pavilions. 

    Please do not fret as this is your first vacation and you will not get to do everything in one vacation.  That's why there are maniac fans - like the Moms Panel - who loves visiting the happiest place on Earth every year!  I hope this helps!

    Have a magical day!


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Meet the Panelist: Ca'Sandra, Georgia

I am a Disney freak and a true southern princess!  I live in Peachtree City with my beloved husband and two small children.  Family and friends know that our vacations consist of trips to Walt Disney World. Learn More About Ca'Sandra

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