Mom And Son Giraffe
  • On Feb 25, 2010
    Josephine from TX 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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    Planning Akershus breakfast for last AM at WDW in Oct10; plan to leave park around 1 pm. Do you recommend an early b'fast, then sightseeing (mostly in FW--eg, SE, Nemo and Figment), or a later seating (maybe as late as 11ish) after hitting FW attractions?

    Hi, Josephine!  To make the most of your last morning at WDW, I would make the earliest possible Advanced Dining Reservation at the Princess Storybook Breakfast and then explore Epcot for the remainder of your time.  In so doing, you may be able to get in the park prior to its opening for your ADR, and you can fill everyone's tummies before heading off for a morning of fun.  Besides, the kids are the "freshest" earlier in the morning for pictures, and it's harder to drag them away from the attractions for a sit-down meal once they've started having fun.  If you've never walked through a park early in the morning prior to its opening, it's something to experience....makes for wonderful photos, too!  Have a wonderful day and a magical vacation!
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