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  • On Mar 30, 2013
    Theint 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, we will be visiting WDW orlando in end of April for very first time..we'll be with 2 elderly parents aged 60. We have a very tight schedule. Is it a really bad idea to spend only one day for MK, Epcot, AK and Disney studios with park hopping option

    Hi Theint!

    If your parents are in good health, I think they'll be just fine at the young age of 60!  Much of this depends on what you want to accomplish at each park.  If you're wanting to tour commando style, your parents may not be game.  I've found that, oftentimes, the older set prefer to tour leisurely.  They may not want to go on every attraction either.  It is doable to spend one day per park, but so much depends on what you want to see, as well as the speed in which your parents want to tour.   You might consider gauging their interests and possibly split up for parts of the day.  This way, you can "go go go," and they can have time to take it slow.  Another thing to keep in mind is that your parents (and you) may even like some time to relax and enjoy your Walt Disney World Resort Hotel.   

    Feel free to come back and ask me any additional questions about your upcoming trip.  I'm happy to help.

    Until then, I wish you a MAGICAL vacation!

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Meet the Panelist: Jacqui, Illinois

A Walt Disney World veteran traveler since the early 1970's, I can't wait to help you plan the most MAGICAL vacation.  I am a Disney Vacation Club Member and an Annual Passholder.  Whether you need tips for traveling with babies, toddlers, adolescents, adults or seniors, I can help you create the most Pixie Dusted adventure. There aren't many things our family hasn't experienced at Walt Disney World, and I would love to make suggestions so that you will have the vacation of a lifetime!  Learn More About Jacqui

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