Mom And Daughter; Animal Kingdom
  • On Jul 14, 2012
    Natacha from MD 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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    U helped me 2010 U were great! Going 4 1st time in Dec. Need help with what parks/which days going 12/13-12/20 Would like to do MK 2-3 times and DTD X1maybe the boardwalk one evening. Have park hoppers staying @ BC. MVMCP? EMH? if so prefer evening EMH


    I do remember our planning "conversations"!

    • December 13 - Hollywood Studios (am) / MVMCP (pm)
    • December 14 - Magic Kingdom (am) / Epcot (pm)
    • December 15 - Magic Kingdom (all day)
    • December 16 - Animal Kingdom (am) / Hollywood Studios (pm)
    • December 17 - Hollywood Studios (am) / Magic Kingdom (pm)
    • December 18 - Epcot (all day) / BoardWalk (pm)
    • December 19 - Animal Kingdom (am) / Downtown Disney (pm)
    • December 20 - Magic Kingdom (am) / Epcot (pm)

    If you want to do the Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party, that arrival day (the 13th) could be a great way to go. If you don't arrive until midday, you could even use your special party ticket as your park ticket for the day, saving money on your Magic Your Way purchase! This is also one of the lower price range tickets, as going later in the week can add about $5 per person.

    I like saving Downtown Disney to the end of the week, so you can make final souvenir purchases after hitting most parks. But if you want to throw that in earlier in the week, you could go on the evening of the 17th.

    So what other plans can I work on with you?

    Have a magical vacation!
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