Mom And Son On Run
  • On Jan 12, 2011
    Cindy from QLD 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.

    1st trip to WDW Mar '11.From Australia so WDW all new to me.Boys 6mth & 2.5yrs.Prob only 2day at parks.Is AK for character brkfast, then Epcot for character dinner do-able?Best way to travel bwtn the two?MK other day.Best accom for this plan FWR/CR/WL/

    Hey there Cindy,

    You, my friend, have a long flight ahead of you but I can guarantee that it will be worth it!  Your boys are going to love Walt Disney World. 

    As for where you should stay, I vote for Disney's Wilderness Lodge!  This resort is my all-time favorite for many reasons.  It has a breath-taking seven story lobby and is nestled along the shores of beautiful Bay Lake.  Transportation to the Magic Kingdom is a snap (only 4 minutes by resort bus or 10 minutes by boat)!  The decor is charming and rustic.  I've never met a little boy who doesn't just love this resort!

    As for doing a character breakfast at the Animal Kingdom and an evening character dining experience at Epcot the same day, you'll be pleased to know this is possible.  Just hop the quick bus back to Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge from the Animal Kingdom theme park.  Then transfer to the Epcot-bound bus.  Leave yourself at least one hour to get from one theme park to the other so you don't feel rushed. 

    Wishing you a safe and wonderful journey to the most magical place on earth!

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