Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On May 7, 2009
    Jennifer from PA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Hi Doug, Here are my Dining plans for the week 5/17-5/24. 17-1900 P.F, 18-C.M. Cafe, 19-Boma, 20-Hoop/Doo, 21-Chef Micks, 22-Prin. Banq Hall, 23-Ohana, 24-Breakfast @ 1900 P.F. I have Park Hopper for all 8 Days. Which parks would you reccomend each day?

    Jennifer,

    I am going to stick to my with original schedule, mostly. I would now hit the Magic Kingdom on your first day, then Epcot on day 2. That makes it easier to get to your first two dinners and back to parks. All the rest of the days you are as easily able to get back to the parks of that day as any other park from your dinner restaurants, so I would stick to the rest of the schedule as is.

    • 17th: Magic Kingdom
    • 18th:¬†Epcot
    • 19th: Hollywood Studios
    • 20th: Animal Kingdom
    • 21st: Epcot
    • 22nd: Magic Kingdom
    • 23rd: Open to your selection
    • 24th: Magic Kingdom
    One suggestion I would make is to keep your lunches a bit more on the lighter side. With such big dinners you can certainly get away with it. One table service lunch that you might break that rule with is the 50s Prime Time Cafe at Hollywood Studios. The kids will love that!

    Keep those questions coming!

    Have a magical vacation!
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