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  • On Oct 26, 2012
    Allison Asked

    First visit (12/26-12/30) w/ two girls ages 2 &5. In a panic to get ADRs I booked some quickly. Which to keep and which should I let go in favor of something else (if so what)? L: CRT, L:Coral Reef, D: Chefs de Fr., D: Boma, L: Chef Mickey's, B: 1900

    Yeah Allison! Your first visit to Walt Disney World is only two months away. Prepare to have a blast flying over London with Peter Pan, eating Mickey ice cream, and meeting Disney princesses.

    No worries about your reservations; you made excellent choices. Since your are visiting at such a popular time the odds of nabbing new ADRs now is low. With two small princesses in tow you must dine at Cinderella's Royal Table. Eating inside the castle and meeting Cinderella (look closely at her shoes!) and other Disney princess will be an event your family will long remember. Hang with Mickey and the gang at Chef Mickey's, relax with aquariums full of tropical fish at the Coral Reef, catch a glimpse of Remy at Chefs de France, and enjoy breakfast with Winnie the Pooh and Mary Poppins at 1900 Park Fare and you will be well fed and happy. After dining on slightly exotic, African flared cuisine at Boma, you can see the multi-story high Christmas tree, giraffes, zebras, and other safari animals at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge.
    Great job girl! I am really not sure how you could have made better choices.

    Enjoy your delicious meals!
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