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  • On Jul 2, 2010
    Inco from IL 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, please help with my itinerary, first time to WDW, DH, myself and 5 yr daughter. 9/22~9/26. ADR 9/22 @ 3:25p, Cry PL. 9/23 @ 3:10pm 50's prime,9/24 @8:10am Donal'd Safari, 9/25 @ 12:20pm Princess Storybook dinning, no park hopper. Thank you !


    Glad to assist! But the truth is, your Advanced Dining Reservations have picked four of the five park days for you. Since all the restaurants you selected are in parks, your first four days have to be where I have listed below. As for your final day, the 26th, I would say that another day at the Magic Kingdom would actually be preferable to a first day at Epcot.


    Well, the Magic Kingdom has more of interest than Epcot to a 5 year old. I also think that spending your last day of your vacation at the Magic Kingdom is an ideal way to end your trip, both for the family as a whole, as well as for your 5 year old.

    And of course you know Epcot will still be there when you come back next time!

    So here is your daily park schedule;

    • September 22 - Magic Kingdom
    • September 23 - Hollywood Studios
    • September 24 - Animal Kingdom
    • September 25 - Magic Kingdom
    • September 26 - Magic Kingdom (has evening Extra Magic Hours)
    Write back if you have any other questions!

    Have a magical vacation!

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