Mom And Daughter; Animal Kingdom
  • On Jun 22, 2010
    Rhonda Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi! Little help w sched please. 1st trip w DH, DS5, &DS9. Arrive early 10/10 ADR Chef Mick; 10/11Rose and crown (D), 10/12 Brown derby (D), 10/13 ohana(D), 10/14 Crys pal &MNSSHP, 10/15? leave 10/16. Any suggestions/recommendations? no park hopper


    Glad to help!

    Many of your Advanced Dining Reservations have really 'selected' your parks for you, but that is OK. You are visiting at a light crowd time, so you will get to see more with the shorter attraction lines.

    I have you starting at the Magic Kingdom, not only because it is close to Chef Mickey's, but because any first Walt Disney World trip should start there!

    For your final day, I have you at the Animal Kingdom. Consider booking a meal at Tusker House (character breakfast buffet, or non-character breakfast buffet lunch or dinner). I would go to the park in the morning, return to my resort or Downtown Disney in the early afternoon for some non-park fun (can you say pool time?), then return in the evening to end your vacation with the evening Extra Magic Hours.

    • October 10 - Magic Kingdom
    • October 11 - Epcot
    • October 12 - Hollywood Studios
    • October 13 - Magic Kingdom
    • October 14 - Magic Kingdom
    • October 15 - Animal Kingdom
    • October 16 - Departure Day

    Write me back if I can help further!

    Have a magical vacation!

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