Mom With Kids After Run
  • On Jul 5, 2011
    Samantha from IL Asked

    My Grandma is taking my sister and my three cousins 14,9, and 3. Me and my sister are 21. Where would be a great place where we can all eat and have fun. Do you think it's ok if we split up at times? Thanks

    Hello Samantha,



    Sounds like you are all looking forward to a magical vacation at Walt Disney World with your family. A place to eat that will be fun for all is Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue at Fort Wilderness Resort. This dinner show is funny and interactive with colorful performers and great food. Children think this is the funniest show ever. It is a little corny at times with its western rootin tootin theme but it is a great time a that will get laughs. The dining is family style, which means they bring the food to your table in large portions and you serve yourself. The menu is all you can eat fried chicken and ribs and side dishes.They also serve unlimited draft beer and wine if you desire. You may use the dining plan for Hoop-Dee-Do but it will require 2 table services per person. Make reservations ASAP for Hoop de-Doo due to the size of your party.



    To answer the second part of your question, I believe for a party the size of yours splitting up is a great idea. I highly recommend enjoying Walt Disney World together with everyone during dining, during fireworks at night and first arrivals to the parks. Because your party has different age groups, inevitably you will want to split up to maximize your time, and accommodate breaks for the ones who need a little extra rest. Decide  what activities you will all do together and when you will split up. Make sure everyone adheres to meet up times and the splits will go very smooth. Have a magical vacation!

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Meet the Panelist: Portia, Ohio

I am a former air traffic controller turned stay at home mom and entrepreneur from Northeast Ohio. I have 7 children that range in ages from five to nineteen years of age. I enjoy roller skating in the summer months and snow skiing in the winter.  Learn More About Portia

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