Mom And Kids Mickey Ice Cream Bar
  • On May 24, 2013
    Nancy 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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    Hi there..Is this doable? If I am able to get the appointments, would we be able to make a 10:30 Akershus bfast after a 9am BBB (Downtown Disney) apt?? We are going during a low season..thank you!


    There is no doubt that this is going to be tight. 

    So the appointment, assuming you get in right at your scheduled time, probably will take at least 30 minutes. That gets you to 9:30 am. 

    Then it gets a bit annoying. The buses don't go from Downtown Disney to Epcot, so you probably instead want to take a bus to an Epcot area resort (the Beach Club, for instance), and then you walk or boat to Epcot. This will take at least half an hour, realistically more like 45 minutes. And that is assuming no notable wait times for a bus. But realistically, you will have some wait time somewhere. My guess is that you would probably not make it. 

    BOTTOM LINE: This is a great combination that you have arranged. A wonderful makeover, immediately followed by a breakfast with the princesses! If it were me, I would try to do this, even with the tight times, but with the following adjustment to your plan. Budget some money in for a cab ride from Downtown Disney straight to Epcot. It should not cost you more than about $15 (pre-tip), and take around 10-15 minutes. This will not only make your plans significantly more likely to succeed, but it will make the experience seem even more magical for her!

    Have a magical vacation!
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