• On May 2, 2010
    Krista from WI 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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    Doug, help please with itinerary. Arrive in MCO at 11:15am on 10/28, leave at 6:15pm on 11/3. DS6,DS4,DD1 so want to do MK most days, but also Epcot, DTDisney and MNSSHP. Staying at Polynesian and want to do one character meal or sit-down meal each day.THX


    Here is what I would do;

    October 28 - Magic Kingdom
    October 29 - Magic Kingdom / MNSSHP*
    - Breakfast at Chef Mickey's (Contemporary Resort)
    October 30 - Hollywood Studios
    - Breakfast at 'Ohana (Polynesian Resort)
    October 31 - Animal Kingdom
    - Breakfast at Donald's Safari Breakfast at Tusker House (Animal Kingdom Park)
    November 1 - Magic Kingdom / Downtown Disney
    - Raglan Road or T-REX for dinner (both Downtown Disney)
    November 2 - Epcot
    - A World Showcase table service selection (Le Cellier, Rose and Crown, Chefs de France, etc.)
    November 3 - Magic Kingdom
    - Breakfast at Crystal Palace (Magic Kingdom)

    Now I threw in a day at Hollywood Studios, and the Animal Kingdom, as i think that they have some appeal for kids in your age range. If you don't want to go to those at all, then continue to visit the Magic Kingdom on those days, but I think you will find the Playhouse Disney effect at the Studios and the zoo-styled appeal of Animal Kingdom to be ideally suited for them.

    *As for Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, you are there on days where it can typically sell out, so make sure you make your ticket reservations as soon as possible!

    Send along any follow-up questions, especially related to restaurant selection!

    Have a magical vacation!
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