Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- We are set to arrive Ap26,2013@10pm and depart May4@2:30 with 2boys 6&10. What would be a good order to visit parks, downtown (quest) and BlizBeach? Dining at Whispering Canyon or Boma for AK day? Spirit of Aloha or HoopDeeDoo? Suggestions appreciat
- - Asked by Cristie from Oklahoma on 10/8/2012
- Hi Cristie!
Looks like you're getting ready for a nice Spring Vacation at "Mickey World" next year?
Well, no one does it like Disney, so you're coming to the right place :-)
Here are a few tips and suggestions based on your questions:
So it sounds like you're doing an 8-night/9-day stay? That should be plenty to get your fill of most of what Disney has to offer. I presume you might be looking at the Magic Your Way Package with the Water Park Fun & More Option? This will entitle you to both Water Parks (Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach) as well as Fun visits such as Disney Quest, the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, and other locations.
I would set apart 1 day for Epcot, 1 day for Animal Kingdom, and 1 day for Hollywood Studios. For Magic Kingdom, I would set apart 2 days (to get your full fill of attractions, parades, shows, meet n greets, etc.).
Then I would do 1 day at Typhoon Lagoon, 1 day at Blizzard Beach, and 1 day at DisneyQuest. That would give you 8 days to experience something different each day. Or, if you get the Park Hopper, you could mix and match Park visits, say, Animal Kingdom in the morning and Hollywood Studios in the evening...
Each 1 of these parks/water parks could be a full day if you take your time.
In terms of dining, the Whispering Canyon was a better experience in terms of food and ambiance for my family (over Boma).
In terms of dinner shows, the Hoop Dee Do Music Revue is twice is fun as the Spirit of Aloha dinner show in my opinion. Better food and much more entertaining.
So hope this helps you in your planning. And have a magical time!
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