Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Sep 7, 2008
    Rachel from NC 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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    Hello! I am vacationing at WDW in Nov. Our party will be 4 adults and two kids (3 and 9 mo). We have currently made two character meal reservations for our stay. Do you think we can "just wing it" for the other sit down meals, or need to sched

    Readers... please provide YOUR VOTE on this question!!! (read more below)

    Personally, I think that you should definitely make reservations AT LEAST for your MUST DO restaurants.   In other words, if you REALLY want to experience a certain restaurant, please make a reservation. 

    If you are planning to visit during the week of Thanksgiving, you ESPECIALLY should make reservations, since availability will be very limited at most if not all sit down restaurants.

    But that's all just my opinion.

    This time let's try something different and expand the feedback beyond the twelve of us. This time, I'd like to ask the other readers to help you as well.  So, readers...please "VOTE" your opinion by rating this question from 1 to 5 "stars"  based on the following scale guideline (let's assume the visit to WDW is during an "average" crowd period)...

    1 = You should make dining reservations for every sit down restaurant you plan to experience
    3 = Only make a few reservations, and "wing the rest".  You'll usually be fine
    5 = Dining reservations are not necessary at all.  You can almost always find available tables at all of the restaurants

    Personally, I'd "score" this a 1 or 2, but I'm really interested to see how others "vote" on this topic.

    Oh, and don't worry, I don't care if you rate this question lower than a "5"  -- but just this time! ;-)
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