• On Sep 6, 2011
    Jennifer from AL 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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    Tking my sister and cousin to the World for my sister's graduation and getting the Deluxe dining plan. Is a character breakfast every morning too many? Also, is it realistic to schedule 3 TS meals a day?

    Hello Jennifer, I may have to nominate you for best sister in the world. Wow! Can you adopt me? You know the old saying: breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I personally enjoying starting my day with a good meal. So sitting down daily with some of my friends like Mickey and Minnie simply makes my day. But I do know some people who prefer to get-up-and-go. They are itching to get into the Theme Parks so a quick breakfast will suffice. It's personal preference. I am a firm believer that Disney World offers so much more than just attractions at it's Parks. Its restaurants are fantastic. I love food, but even I can only eat so much! Personally, I feel three Table Service meals may be a lot to schedule for you and your family. Not only will you likely still be full from your previous phenomenal meal, you will probably want to spend a little extra time in the Park or at the pool. I have reserved two sit down meals in the past (breakfast and dinner) but have yet to be adventurous enough to try three. Hope this helps. And congratulations to your sister! Happy eating!
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