Mom And Son Safari
  • On Feb 21, 2010
    Kim from NE 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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    i'm wondering if the meal with cinderella is really worth it. my daughter is 5 and i think she might enjoy rainforest or trex more. is there something i'm missing that makes cinderellas table so special? or is it just a big deal b/c you meet the princesses

    Hi Kim!

    You said it: Definitely all about the princesses! It will probably come down to what your daughter's interests are at this time. If she's like my daughter, who is 6 and all "princessed-out" with the princess apparel, dolls, DVD, etc., then she'll really like seeing the princesses and taking pictures with them when they walk in. If that's really not her thing, than Rainforest or other non-princess character meals will work. For example, my daughter likes the princesses, but also likes Minnie and Mickey Mouse. She totally enjoyed herself at Chef Mickey's and Donald's Safari Breakfast, character meals where both of them appear, as much as the princess-themed meals.

    Best wishes to you and your princess either way you decide!

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