EPCOT; Mother and Son; Spaceship Earth
  • On Jul 21, 2009
    Jennifer from NH 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, sorry. Arr. 11/10-22. Boys 9,5 & Girl 1, 6 day tix maybe PH. DH says no, but? Anyway haven't decided which 3 days out of parks yet and would like some resort rest. like CM,WCC, & 1900 B&D. If you can help thanks, hard to plan w/o hours


    No apologies! It is hard to get all the info into 1 question!

    So here is what I would suggest;

    • November 10 - Arrival Day (see below)
      • Whispering Canyon Cafe (D)
    • November 11 - Magic Kingdom
      • Chef Mickey's (B)
    • November 12 - OPEN
    • November 13 - NON WDW DAY 1
    • November 14 - Hollywood Studios
    • November 15 - Non WDW DAY 2
    • November 16 - Animal Kingdom
    • November 17 - Epcot
      • 1900 Park Fair (B)
    • November 18 - NON WDW DAY 3
    • November 19 - Magic Kingdom
      • 1900 Park Fair (D)
    • November 20 - OPEN
    • November 21 - Hollywood Studios
    • November 22 - Departure Day
    With as much time as you are getting in Orlando, I would never rush to a park on your arrival day. You will only get partial time, and what a waste that would be! Instead relax, get some pool time and plan a nice dinner.

    As to the Park Hopper, with a 1 year old, I would not do it. You can see all you need in your 6 park days, so why spend time on buses when you can be in parks?

    I tried to space out your park days, so that the magic was spread out throughout the week!

    Have a magical vacation!

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