Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest; Animal Kingdom
  • On Jun 15, 2009
    Cindy from OH 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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    Trip is for grown-up mother daughters what should be plan of attack? (what to not miss and what to avoid)

    Hi Cindy!  Oh how I am remembering so many of my own trips with my daughter to Walt Disney World!  We would often go with her best friend and her mother and we had such a good time on those trips!  We actually are still doing them but now adding the grandson.

    Enjoy the parks by selecting your favorite attractions and don't try to do it all.  Avoid locations like Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom as that is the prime spot for all young children to visit.  Hit the parks during their Extra Magic Hours at night to enjoy the most popular long line rides.  During the days hit Downtown Disney and do some shopping being sure to design your own t-shirt and visiting the new Tren-D store for the latest Disney hip things.  Don't forget to take in the new hot air balloon ride to see the whole view of the Disney property!

    Take advantage of some of the Disney recreation opportunities such as horseback riding, fishing, Sea Raycer rentals, water skiing, and para-sailing.  For an extra special night reserve a fireworks cruise for either the Magic Kingdom or EPCOT's Illuminations.

    Boardwalk is the place to be for night life and if you are all over 21 you can enjoy Atlantic Dance Club and Jellyrolls where you will find amazing dueling pianos.

    Reserve some good dining for your stay. 407-939-3463  You can see a great list for dining locations by clicking HERE.  For more ideas of how to celebrate your stay please click HERE and go through the seven pages of ideas.  Have a great time!
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