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  • On Jun 15, 2009
    Renee from TX Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    We are coming to disney for the first time this summer. We have reservations at Ohana's,at 5:20, cape may for breakfast and sci fi drive in at 7:35. What parks do you recommend us to go to when we have these reservations? Each are on separate days.

    Hello Renee!

    If you have hopper tickets, you will have the flexibility to visit any park you'd like, when you like.  However, lets assume you have base tickets (one park per day).  If that is the case, you would definitely want to plan your day to be in Hollywood Studios on your Sci Fi reservation day as park admission is required to get to this restaurant.

    As far as the other two restaurants, I like to plan my park visits near my dining schedule when possible.  Cape May - located at the Beach Club, is conveniently located between Epcot and Hollywood Studios.  If you choose Hollywood Studios for you Sci Fi day, then I would go with Epcot for your Cape May day. 

    And lastly, for 'Ohana, I would probably make that a Magic Kingdom day.  However, since the monorail is a quick ride or walk to the Transportation and Ticket Center, you can easily catch a monorail over to/from Epcot if you change any of the above park days.

    Have a magical vacation!
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Meet the Panelist: Diane, Connecticut

I’m Diane from Connecticut. I love to travel  - especially to Walt Disney World! I am married with three children and telework as a product consultant. I believe Disney vacations are like snowflakes, no two are the same. Learn More About Diane

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