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  • Hi Moms Panel, Thanks for all of the wonderful answers you guys provide to make my trips easier! My question is Will I be able to get from AOA to 1900 Park Fare for an 8:15 breakfast reservation without being late?
  • - Asked by taylor from West Virginia on 11/10/2013
  • Hi Taylor! I'm so happy to hear that the Moms Panel is making your Disney trip planning easier!

    Since many Disney resort guests have breakfast reservations in the Magic Kingdom an hour before the park opens, the buses from the resorts generally begin running at 7 a.m. or earlier, so you should have no trouble arriving on time for your 8:15 a.m. reservation at 1900 Park Fare. Just take the bus from the Art of Animation to the Magic Kingdom, and then hop on the monorail to the Grand Floridian. The trip could take 45 minutes since you'll have to wait for the bus and the monorail to arrive, so I recommend that you plan to be at the Art of Animation bus stop by 7:15. If your family wants to sleep in a little later, you can always catch a cab instead, and be at the Grand Floridian in about 15 minutes. 

    You're going to love breakfast at 1900 Park Fare. A meal that has decadent dishes like Lobster Eggs Benedict and fun characters like Tigger and the Mad Hatter definitely is Supercalifragilistic!

    Come visit us again here at the Moms Panel if you have more questions! We're always happy to help!
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