Mom And Son On Run
  • On Mar 3, 2014
    Lndsey from SC Asked

    We are doing Royal Castle on Monday for breakfast - do you think it's worth it to also do Akershus at Epcot at 2:50 (thinking late lunch/early dinner)? We have deluxe dining plan. We are only taking our 4 year old and it's basically a first visit for all!

    Hello Lindsey,

    You and your family are definitely in for a full day of dining with the Disney Princesses. Both Cinderella's Royal Table, located in Magic Kingdom, and Akershus Royal Banquet Hall nestled in Norway at Epcot are both character dining experiences that involve the Disney Princesses.  

    Beginning your royal morning in Magic Kingdom with breakfast and riding some of your princess' favorite attractions, followed by a monorail ride to Epcot to continue and finish out your majestic day, is absolutely possible. My advice to you is have plan and be aware of travel time. Your royal caravan will need a good hour to travel from Magic Kingdom to Akershus Royal Banquet Hall and that is with no stopping at attractions or shopping in between. You know your family best and if you are up for a busy but do-able day then I say begin your "Once Upon a Time... Royal Day."

    Enjoy your upcoming stay at Walt Disney World and if I can be of further pixie dusted assistance feel free to ask.

    Amy M*o*
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Meet the Panelist: Amy, Virginia

I am a believer in following your dreams and making them come true. As a mom and ballet instructor, I guide my family and students to pursue their dreams and see where it takes them. I love Disney Parks because of the inspiring imagination and endless dreams. I will never be too old for Walt Disney World! Learn More About Amy

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