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  • On Jan 8, 2010
    Edwin from AP Asked

    Hey can you help me plan a November vacation for my wife and 3 boys:  9 and twins (3 years old).

    Hi Edwin! November is a great time to visit Disney! The first thing you need to determine is where you want to stay. I love to stay on Disney property because every hotel is great and the service is excellent, just as you would expect of Disney! Keep in mind that staying on Disney property comes with a series of perks. Check out the In Depth Planning section about groups of 5 or more. The next thing you have to decide is if you will be purchasing a vacation package. I know there are many packages out there to choose from, so it all depends on what you want to do, hoy many days you want to be there and how much you can spend. Once you have decided where you're going to stay, and how many days, you can determine a schedule. I would recommend a minimum of one day per park. TheMagic Kingdom is a park that you must visit, because it has something for everyone in your party, and your twins will definetly enjoy it the most. For your 9 year old, Disney's Hollywood Studios will be a definite hit.
    If you want to splurge a little, you should consider making reservations for a character dining experience. I always recommend Chef Mickey's at Disney's Contemporary Resort, where you can eat great food, meet the characters, and get great pictures. If there are little princesses in your party, Cinderella's Royal Table is also a wonderful character dining experience. Finally, its always a good idea to browse the Planning Section of the WDW website. There's a lot of information that can help you decide what's best for your family's November trip to the most Magical place on Earth. Have a Magical Day!
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Meet the Panelist: Maribel, Puerto Rico

When it comes to Walt Disney World, I consider myself a travel "expert." I have been to Disney on every stage of my life and hope to continue doing so with my husband and our Prince and Princess. Learn More About Maribel

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