Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Oct 17, 2011
    Sandy from MA 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, my family and I are vacationing in a few weeks 6 and 8 year old girls. We are part of the "free disney dining plan". Staying at CB and dinner reservations are from the Poly.Flor.BC.CS resorts, what's the best way to travel & fun way?

    Hi Sandy,

    My family have been lucky enough to travel to Walt Disney World during Free Dining for the past 3 years and it really is a fantastic offer which saves so much money!

    Making dining reservations at other Disney Resort hotels during your trip is a great idea as there are lots of amazing restaurants to experience in the hotels and it also gives you the opportunity to have a look around the other Disney Resorts themselves. We usually find that this helps us to decide where we might like to stay during our next visit.

    When you are travelling from one Resort hotel to another, you have to go via one of the parks or Downtown Disney. For example, the best way to get from your Resort hotel to Disney's Polynesian Resort would be to firstly catch a bus to the Magic Kingdom and then from there take the boat or monorail to the Polynesian Resort. 

    There is a great transportation wizard tool available at It allows you to enter the locations of where you wish to travel to and from anywhere within Walt Disney World and then indicates the best route to take as well as providing approximate journey times.

    I hope that this helps you with planning the logistics of your visit and wish you a magical trip!
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