Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Mar 20, 2010
    Michelle from OR 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.

    Love your advice! Can you please help with our itinerary? First visit Apr 24-May 3, offsite. Mom, DH, me, 2 DDs + friend (14, 14, 7). We have 7-day MYW tickets. Don't know where to begin! And what about our 8th full day? Anything outside the parks? Thx!


    Here is what I would do;
    • April 24 - Arrival Day
    • April 25 - Magic Kingdom
    • April 26 - Epcot
    • April 27 - Hollywood Studios
    • April 28 - Magic Kingdom
    • April 29 - Animal Kingdom
    • April 30 - Relaxation Day
    • May 1 - Epcot or Magic Kingdom
    • May 2 - Hollywood Studios
    • May 3 - Departure Day
    Leave the decision on what park to visit on the 1st until you are there. A bit of spontaneity can help keep the vacation relaxed, as it should be. Also, you can then decide which park you need more time in after having visited each earlier on the trip.

    As for your relaxation day, there are a lot of things to do. There are other parks in the Orlando area. Or you could hit a Disney water park. Finally, you could just make a day of it with the non-park activities of the area, like shopping at Downtown Disney, a night on the BoardWalk, exploring the resorts, or maybe a specialty activity. Can you imagine letting the 14 year olds take surfing lessons? How cool would that be for them?

    So write me back with some follow-up questions! I am glad to offer up some dining recommendations!

    Have a magical vacation! 
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