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  • On Dec 5, 2009
    Jennifer from TX Asked

    Bringing triplet 22yr old boys for my 50th birthday...any suggestions on rides/restaurants more in tune with that age group?

    Hi Jennifer,

    Happy (almost) birthday!  If your sons are fans of thrill rides, I recommend hitting the "three mountains" at Magic Kingdom:  Space Mountain (which several Moms Panel Pals and I had the opportunity to ride last week after a major refurbishment, and loved!), Splash Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.  At Epcot, I recommend Test Track, Mission Space and Sum of All Thrills (a virtual ride, where you build and ride your own coaster).  At Hollywood Studios, send your three amigos on Rockin Roller Coaster and Tower of Terror, and at Animal Kingdom, head to DINOSAUR, Expedition Everest and Primeval Whirl.  There are many, wonderful attractions that are not necessarily thrill rides, but very popular with young adults throughout all of the parks.  Kilimanjaro Safari at Animal Kingdom enables guests to see African wildlife in its natural habitat without taking a trip to the continent.  Toy Story Mania is a blast for fun loving "kids" of all ages at Hollywood Studios, and Soarin is a treat for the senses in which guests board a "hand glider" and soar over the best that California has to offer. 

    As for dining, Walt Disney World offers everything from creative quick service options to gourmet venues.  If your boys are meat lovers, Le Cellier and Yachtsman Steakhouse are wonderful steak houses.  Flying Fish Cafe and Fulton's Crab House offer fantastic, fresh seafood.  Sci Fi Dine In Theater is a fun replica of a 1950s-style drive in, where guest sit in"convertibles" as they watch hilarious clips from old sci fi flicks as they dine on great food. 

    I hope you and your boys have a wonderful vacation!

    Tanya
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Meet the Panelist: Tanya, New Jersey

I am Tanya from FL, full-time mom to two fun-loving boys. I have an array of planning tips and believe I offer a unique perspective on how to make Disney an amazing adventure for individuals with a variety of needs and abilities. Learn More About Tanya

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