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  • On Aug 5, 2012
    Vicki from PA 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.

    Looking at your answers, sometimes it appears that a writer has previously sent you an itinerary to ask for suggestions. However, I'm guessing they can't do that in the small amt of characters that can be used. How is this done?

    Wow, Vicki, you are very perceptive! 

    We love to give guests sample itineraries for their upcoming trips.  However, you are quite right; we do have to work within a pre-determined character limit in our answers.  It can be quite a challenge but we do our best.  A guest can get the most thorough plan for their trip if they ask us a series of questions rather than just one.  For instance, if they give us their dates of travel, we can suggest which days to attend each park based on the availability of Extra Magic Hours.  We would just need to know if they are staying in a Disney resort or not. 

    After a guest receives that answer, they can ask for a detailed touring plan for each park.  The guest would be wise to submit one question for each park.  For instance, they could say "my family of four with two small children plan to visit Disney's Animal Kingdom on September 4th.  In what order would you visit the attractions in this park?  By the way, my son loves dinosaurs!"  Just repeat this pattern for each park and we can give you a detailed response for each day you plan to spend at Walt Disney World.

    Does that make sense?  Thanks for a fabulous, insightful question!

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Meet the Panelist: Jill, New Jersey

Lesson plans, college plans, vacation a teacher, college counselor, and incurable Disney fan I find myself constantly planning.  I love to share advice with friends who have yet to experience all that Walt Disney World has to offer! Learn More About Jill

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