|01-14-2013, 12:14 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2013
Too much, or not enough?
My DD and I are arriving 2/24. We have no plans for that day and intend to use our 4-day tickets Monday-Thursday. (Meeting friends at SeaWorld on Friday and leaving Saturday, so no flexibility with the dates.)
My DD will turn 5 during the trip. She's a kid who needs her sleep--usually still naps but if not, needs a solid 11-12 hours of sleep. She seldom wakes herself up before 8 (of course I have to get her up earlier for school). And she's usually asleep by 8 or 9 PM.
I made a few ADRs--my goal here is to give her the best of WDW without exhausting her. We are not on DDP, in fact we just started planning this a week or so ago. Also, I think this trip we're just going to stick to MK and Epcot. I don't see the point of HS. She might like AK, and I want to stay flexible in case she does, but I have a really hard time with animals in captivity. But I would do it for her.
So here is our schedule:
Monday: 10 AM at Park Faire
Tuesday: 940 AM at Ohana and Wishes at 7
Wednesday--no ADRs (she will probably be slow and tired after Wishes the night before)
Thursday--10 AM at CRT (don't ask me how we scored that--just popped up on the website one day last week--still not sure it's not a computer error)
Chose breakfasts because they're cheaper and it gives us the flexibility to head back to our hotel earlier if she's tired.
Too much character dining? She LOVES princesses and Mickey, and Ohana seems the best choice for him (also, Chef Mickey is basically unavailable), though we've never seen "Lilo and Stitch." She's a "Mary Poppins" fan, but not hugely so. I just thought it might be a soft landing into WDW (her first visit).
Thoughts? And is CRT the right choice vs. Askerhaus?
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