Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Mar 9, 2010
    Beverly from MO 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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    Hi Doug! I see you like to help with Itineraries. First WDW trip staying at Poly Resort June 13-19. It will be my DH DS 17 his girlfriend 17 2 DD 6 & 4. Have 6 day hopper pass & waterparks will be arriving at 3 on the 13th leavin at 4 on the 19th.


    First visit, and staying at the Polynesian? Nice pick! You will love it!

    So with two younger kids in tow, you will definitely want to have days where all of you are together, and others when perhaps the teenagers venture out on their own. Here is what I would do;

    • June 13 - Arrival day (see below)
    • June 14 - Magic Kingdom (AM) / Epcot (PM)
    • June 15 - Hollywood Studios (AM) / Water Park (PM)
    • June 16 - Magic Kingdom (all day)
    • June 17 - Animal Kingdom (AM) / Water Park (PM)
    • June 18 - Hollywood Studios (AM) / Epcot (PM)
    • June 19 - Magic Kingdom (all day)
    On arrival day, it would be better to explore the resort and plan for a great kickoff dinner. Perhaps 'Ohana or the Spirit of Aloha in your resort? Maybe Chef Mickey's at the Contemporary or Whispering Canyon Cafe at the Wilderness Lodge. Any would be great.

    Write me back with your final day-by-day plan, and we can work on dining suggestions. Also let me know what your dining likes/dislikes are, what kind of meal you want (table vs. quick service). Finally, we can chat about special activities for the teens.

    Have a magical vacation!
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