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Old 04-15-2012, 03:41 PM   #16
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We went that weekend in October 2010 and it was a really fun time to go. We did the party that friday night and I have to say it was the most fun I've ever had at WDW. If it's any indication, we are planning on October 2013!
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Old 04-15-2012, 04:27 PM   #17
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It was fun reading all the replies to you. People here can be so encouraging!

Our first trip was in Oct. 2007, first two weeks of the month, and I just checked to see if that's when Columbus Day was and yes, it was Oct. 8. that year, so we were there for the holiday weekend. Oh, and we were there for my 52nd birthday on Oct. 5.

I did not think the parks were crowded at all. I have a bit of a funny way to measure crowds though. If I have to wait for a toilet in the restroom, then the park is crowded. The restrooms were empty -- half the time there wasn't even someone else in there. I'd go again in October if it weren't for the fact that I don't like the Food and Wine Festival (but I do like the Flower and Garden Festival in the spring). (Actually, I was supposed to be on my way there right this very moment but we had to cancel our trip two weeks ago.)

It sounds like you've been given great suggestions for your daughter's birthday. You might also want to do one of those in-room celebrations so that when you arrive there is something in your room to surprise your daughter. Or you can have a special cake served at her birthday dinner. I saw one on another thread that looked absolutely delicious and the family said it was one of the best cakes she'd ever eaten. Of course, both these ideas are a bit pricey, but the memories might just be worth every penny.

Have fun planning!
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MNSSHP, while pricey, is worth it!! We've done 3 parties and plan to attend again this year. A fun birthday surprise would be to hide a costume in your luggage and put it out for your DD along with the tickets. The atmosphere at MK is electric, there are rare characters, parade and fireworks are amazing and trick or treating. Ride lines are fairly non-existent. We attended on a Sunday, Tues and Friday in mid-Oct and did not find the parties crowded at all. Epcot on Sat and Sun during F&W is pretty busy, but mostly in the WS where people are trying out all of the offerings. The ride lines aren't bad, especially in the am. Skipping AK is no biggie. Unless you REALLY want to do a couple of the rides, it's very similar to a zoo and if that's not your interest, you are wise to skip it. It's a half day park for us. One suggestion would be to do AK early, do the few things you'd want then head back to DHS for the evening. I would suggest picking up a DHS am though to ensure rides on TSM without horrible lines.
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We were there last year for Columbus weekend and will be there again this year.....hopefully. I don't think it's too bad at all. It's busy for October but I wouldn't consider it busy for most other times of the year. It's not as busy as Memorial Weekend and definitely not as busy as spring break or Christmas.
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Well if your DD is into the princesses then there is Cinderellas Royal table in magic kingdom where you get to have dinner in the castle and they have the princesses and they make a big thing about birthdays.

Same applies to the restaurant in the Norway Pavillion at EPCOT.

Or Ohana at the poly is a fun night for kids they have a lady that sings and plays games and if you time it right you can see the fireworks from MK on the beach there.

Or Chef Mickeys at the Contemporary has mickey and friends and again they make a fuss of birthdays. Food I have heard not so great but everyone agress that the kids do seem to love it there.

Most places will make a fuss of the birthday girl and if you can have it noted on your reservation.
That being said it has been noted on here that this is sadly not always the case as restaurants get busy etc and they forget. We had a fuss made when we were on honeymoon with special deserts and they decorated the tables with mickey confetti. They only asked when I made the reservations if we were celebrating anything and it was a nice surprise to have such a fuss made.
I have heard of people getting very angry about nothing being done as they told their child it would.

The buttons you can also get at the Town hall in MK for sure. Also try and see if you can get a wake up call to your room thats really cute.
We also had CM's in the stores hand us the phone and say there was a call and it was mickey and minnie congratulating us on our recent wedding. I am sure they do that for birthdays.

You and your DH will notice how quickly those childhood trips come back to you. When I walked in to the MK I had flash backs to the trips I had taken with my parents made me a little misty eyed I can tell you.
Thank You! We aren't going to tell her until the day before we leave. And since we leave so early we are going to stay at an airport hotel the night before. That will be when we tell her. We aren't going to tell her much. I want everything to be a surprise, not expected!
Thanks for all the great advice! I hope you have a good time too!
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We were there last year for Columbus weekend and will be there again this year.....hopefully. I don't think it's too bad at all. It's busy for October but I wouldn't consider it busy for most other times of the year. It's not as busy as Memorial Weekend and definitely not as busy as spring break or Christmas.
I have heard this will be a great time of year to visit Disney. We love Halloween, so that is a bonus!
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It was fun reading all the replies to you. People here can be so encouraging!

Our first trip was in Oct. 2007, first two weeks of the month, and I just checked to see if that's when Columbus Day was and yes, it was Oct. 8. that year, so we were there for the holiday weekend. Oh, and we were there for my 52nd birthday on Oct. 5.

I did not think the parks were crowded at all. I have a bit of a funny way to measure crowds though. If I have to wait for a toilet in the restroom, then the park is crowded. The restrooms were empty -- half the time there wasn't even someone else in there. I'd go again in October if it weren't for the fact that I don't like the Food and Wine Festival (but I do like the Flower and Garden Festival in the spring). (Actually, I was supposed to be on my way there right this very moment but we had to cancel our trip two weeks ago.)

It sounds like you've been given great suggestions for your daughter's birthday. You might also want to do one of those in-room celebrations so that when you arrive there is something in your room to surprise your daughter. Or you can have a special cake served at her birthday dinner. I saw one on another thread that looked absolutely delicious and the family said it was one of the best cakes she'd ever eaten. Of course, both these ideas are a bit pricey, but the memories might just be worth every penny.

Have fun planning!
Thank you for all the good ideas about room celebrations! I was going to take crepe paper and decorate the room for her. We are going to surprise her with a homemade autograph book when we get to our airport hotel the night before we leave. That is when she will find out that she is going to WDW!
I love that your birthday is the same day as our daughter's! That is great!
I hope you get to reschedule your cancelled trip.
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Have a great first trip! I hope she has a great birthday, and the first of many at WDW.
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I would just like to say thank you to everyone who responded to this thread. Your thoughts, comments and advice are much appreciated!
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I just wanted to chime in and say to have a wonderful time on your trip! We'll be there October 6th-12th and this will be our third October in a row that we have gone.

We LOVE Disney in the fall. The Food and Wine Festival at Epcot is amazing. We went to our first MNSSHP last year and can't wait to go back again.

A couple of suggestions:

I would plan on doing the party on arrival night (the crowd calendar looks much more favorable on that night vs. the rest of the holiday weekend). Not knowing what time you get in, I would take it easy at your resort for most of the afternoon, then plan to be at MK by 4 for the party. Use the hours of 4 to 6 to ride rides at MK. Then plan to be in line for the 7 Dwarfs or the princesses by about 6. (We got in line for the Dwarfs last year at 5:45 and were the first people in line, the Dwarfs came out early and we were through with the meet and greet by 6:50, so we didn't waste any official party time in that line!).

For the 5th -- I would do 1900 Park Fare breakfast like you had planned (I've heard nothing but raves about it). Then plan to be at MK all day until the Halloween party starts at 7. Visiting MK on a party day is great because so many guests avoid party days because of the short hours, so you end up with empty parks and you get waaaaaay more done than you would have on a day with longer hours! Then plan to eat her birthday dinner at 'Ohana (it's soooo good and fun for kids!). Or you could do the Lilo and Stitch breakfast at 'Ohana that morning and then go to 1900 Park Fare for dinner (it's Cinderella, Prince Charming and the stepsisters at dinner). Just another idea I'm throwing out there.

The 6th is going to be crazy busy, but like others have said, just plan to be at your chosen park when it opens. I would probably make this your DHS day. DHS has been listing an opening time of 9 a.m. but actually letting people in at 8:30, so plan to get there between 8:15 and 8:30. Make sure you go straight to Toy Story Mania and grab a fastpass then jump in the standby line. The reason I chose DHS over Epcot for this day is because the Food and Wine Festival makes Epcot ridiculously crowded on Saturdays. So you're better off going to Epcot on Sunday.

The 7th -- If you wanted to do another character meal, you could try for a pre-opening breakfast at Akershus in the World Showcase, it's a princess meal. That would get you in the park nice and early. If you want to try some of the food at the Food and Wine kiosks, plan to be in the WS close to its opening (11 a.m.), there won't be any lines at the kiosks at that time.

I know this is a ton of information I'm throwing at you. Feel free to PM me with any questions you might have. But you guys are going to have SUCH a good time, and your DD is in for the surprise of her life!
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I just wanted to chime in and say to have a wonderful time on your trip! We'll be there October 6th-12th and this will be our third October in a row that we have gone.

Wow! Thank you for all the info!
We LOVE Disney in the fall. The Food and Wine Festival at Epcot is amazing. We went to our first MNSSHP last year and can't wait to go back again.

A couple of suggestions:

I would plan on doing the party on arrival night (the crowd calendar looks much more favorable on that night vs. the rest of the holiday weekend). Not knowing what time you get in, I would take it easy at your resort for most of the afternoon, then plan to be at MK by 4 for the party. Use the hours of 4 to 6 to ride rides at MK. Then plan to be in line for the 7 Dwarfs or the princesses by about 6. (We got in line for the Dwarfs last year at 5:45 and were the first people in line, the Dwarfs came out early and we were through with the meet and greet by 6:50, so we didn't waste any official party time in that line!).
My DH said the same thing, but I am afraid she might be too tired for the next day (her birthday). We schedule the breakfast for 8 am. We get in at 9am on Thursday, so we will have almost the whole day to do whatever. We were almost thinking Epcot b/c of the w & f festival. Maybe it wouldn't be too busy that day? But we want to do Soarin' and I am afraid we will have a long wait time b/c we probably won't get to the park until 11, after getting in from the airport and all. We are flying in on SW and they were just added to the baggage pick up, so hopefully we will be able to do that. We were even considering taking a cab from the airport so we don't get stuck on the WDW bus system thingy! We are really trying to make plans, but we are waiting for the official schedule to come out about the MNSSHP. Plus, I thought it would be fun for her to be at the parade on her birthday because they will see her birthday pin. Thank you for the heads up about the Dwarfs. Does Disney give a daily schedule of meet and greets, times and places?

For the 5th -- I would do 1900 Park Fare breakfast like you had planned (I've heard nothing but raves about it). Then plan to be at MK all day until the Halloween party starts at 7. Visiting MK on a party day is great because so many guests avoid party days because of the short hours, so you end up with empty parks and you get waaaaaay more done than you would have on a day with longer hours! Then plan to eat her birthday dinner at 'Ohana (it's soooo good and fun for kids!). Or you could do the Lilo and Stitch breakfast at 'Ohana that morning and then go to 1900 Park Fare for dinner (it's Cinderella, Prince Charming and the stepsisters at dinner). Just another idea I'm throwing out there.
Staying at the MK the whole day was our plan. That is about the only day we know for sure what we would like to do, the only question is what day to do the MNSSHP. We definitely want to something awesome for dinner, but not so much a character dinner because we are doing that in the am. I was really interested in 'Ohana. It sounds like so much fun.

The 6th is going to be crazy busy, but like others have said, just plan to be at your chosen park when it opens. I would probably make this your DHS day. DHS has been listing an opening time of 9 a.m. but actually letting people in at 8:30, so plan to get there between 8:15 and 8:30. Make sure you go straight to Toy Story Mania and grab a fastpass then jump in the standby line. The reason I chose DHS over Epcot for this day is because the Food and Wine Festival makes Epcot ridiculously crowded on Saturdays. So you're better off going to Epcot on Sunday.
I am so glad to hear from a Vetran that my husband and I are on the right track. We were thinking this be the DHS day. It sounds like our arrival day and the last day are the one's in question! We like the idea of Epcot on arrival day, but we thought it would be really hard to keep her from the MK. But not so much if we do the MNSSHP that night. We could ride the rides...Ooooo, I am getting so excited!!

The 7th -- If you wanted to do another character meal, you could try for a pre-opening breakfast at Akershus in the World Showcase, it's a princess meal. That would get you in the park nice and early. If you want to try some of the food at the Food and Wine kiosks, plan to be in the WS close to its opening (11 a.m.), there won't be any lines at the kiosks at that time.

I know this is a ton of information I'm throwing at you. Feel free to PM me with any questions you might have. But you guys are going to have SUCH a good time, and your DD is in for the surprise of her life!
I can't thank you enough for all the great suggestions. And you really helped put things into perspective.
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Thank You! We aren't going to tell her until the day before we leave. And since we leave so early we are going to stay at an airport hotel the night before. That will be when we tell her. We aren't going to tell her much. I want everything to be a surprise, not expected!
Thanks for all the great advice! I hope you have a good time too!
Oh to be turning 8 again. I think she is going to be one excited kid surprise extras or not. Have an awesome time we arrive on the 6th and I can't wait.

You do have time to play around with you dinning ADRS as you are not far over your 180 days mark so I would think if you did want to change times you should be ok to do so.

I also love the idea a pp mentioned about the costume in the room idea. That would have made my day as a kid. Especially if you are big into halloween as a family.
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Wow! Thank you for all the info!
We LOVE Disney in the fall. The Food and Wine Festival at Epcot is amazing. We went to our first MNSSHP last year and can't wait to go back again.

A couple of suggestions:

I would plan on doing the party on arrival night (the crowd calendar looks much more favorable on that night vs. the rest of the holiday weekend). Not knowing what time you get in, I would take it easy at your resort for most of the afternoon, then plan to be at MK by 4 for the party. Use the hours of 4 to 6 to ride rides at MK. Then plan to be in line for the 7 Dwarfs or the princesses by about 6. (We got in line for the Dwarfs last year at 5:45 and were the first people in line, the Dwarfs came out early and we were through with the meet and greet by 6:50, so we didn't waste any official party time in that line!).
My DH said the same thing, but I am afraid she might be too tired for the next day (her birthday). We schedule the breakfast for 8 am. We get in at 9am on Thursday, so we will have almost the whole day to do whatever. We were almost thinking Epcot b/c of the w & f festival. Maybe it wouldn't be too busy that day? But we want to do Soarin' and I am afraid we will have a long wait time b/c we probably won't get to the park until 11, after getting in from the airport and all. We are flying in on SW and they were just added to the baggage pick up, so hopefully we will be able to do that. We were even considering taking a cab from the airport so we don't get stuck on the WDW bus system thingy! We are really trying to make plans, but we are waiting for the official schedule to come out about the MNSSHP. Plus, I thought it would be fun for her to be at the parade on her birthday because they will see her birthday pin. Thank you for the heads up about the Dwarfs. Does Disney give a daily schedule of meet and greets, times and places?
Magical Express will take you about 90 minutes from when you land until you get to your hotel. Taking a cab or town car will shave some time off that, but I don't know if that's enough to make it worthwhile.

The rule of thumb is you can probably check into your hotel and get to your first park in about 3 hours. So I would plan on being at your first park at noon.

Here's my thought, if you really want to ride Soarin, getting to the park at noon means the wait will easily be more than an hour, probably closer to 90 minutes. There's a chance there may be Fast Passes left, but those would be for very near park closing time. Doing Epcot on a day when you can get there when it opens will make riding Soarin much easier. And that's not even taking into account the rumors that Test Track will reopen after its refurb in December, not September like originally planned. (with Test Track closed, the crowds at Soarin will be even more ridiculous than they already are).

I'm going to stick to my original suggestion. Arrive at MCO, take DME to your resort. Unpack, have lunch, maybe let your daughter swim and then head to the Halloween party at 4.

I don't know how princess crazy your daughter is, but you could get her a Bippity Boppity Boutique appointment at Downtown Disney that afternoon to get her all princessed up for the party. That would also take care of a party costume.

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For the 5th -- I would do 1900 Park Fare breakfast like you had planned (I've heard nothing but raves about it). Then plan to be at MK all day until the Halloween party starts at 7. Visiting MK on a party day is great because so many guests avoid party days because of the short hours, so you end up with empty parks and you get waaaaaay more done than you would have on a day with longer hours! Then plan to eat her birthday dinner at 'Ohana (it's soooo good and fun for kids!). Or you could do the Lilo and Stitch breakfast at 'Ohana that morning and then go to 1900 Park Fare for dinner (it's Cinderella, Prince Charming and the stepsisters at dinner). Just another idea I'm throwing out there.
Staying at the MK the whole day was our plan. That is about the only day we know for sure what we would like to do, the only question is what day to do the MNSSHP. We definitely want to something awesome for dinner, but not so much a character dinner because we are doing that in the am. I was really interested in 'Ohana. It sounds like so much fun.
I think the 1900 Park Fare breakfast/'Ohana dinner sounds like a wonderful plan. If you're still at the Poly at 9:30, you can watch Hallowishes from the Poly beach (they even pipe in the music!).

The Friday night MNSSHP will be FAR busier than the Thursday night party. Lots of locals come to the parties on the weekend. Weeknights are always the better choice.

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The 6th is going to be crazy busy, but like others have said, just plan to be at your chosen park when it opens. I would probably make this your DHS day. DHS has been listing an opening time of 9 a.m. but actually letting people in at 8:30, so plan to get there between 8:15 and 8:30. Make sure you go straight to Toy Story Mania and grab a fastpass then jump in the standby line. The reason I chose DHS over Epcot for this day is because the Food and Wine Festival makes Epcot ridiculously crowded on Saturdays. So you're better off going to Epcot on Sunday.
I am so glad to hear from a Vetran that my husband and I are on the right track. We were thinking this be the DHS day. It sounds like our arrival day and the last day are the one's in question! We like the idea of Epcot on arrival day, but we thought it would be really hard to keep her from the MK. But not so much if we do the MNSSHP that night. We could ride the rides...Ooooo, I am getting so excited!!
Good plan for DHS, just make sure to get there early!

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The 7th -- If you wanted to do another character meal, you could try for a pre-opening breakfast at Akershus in the World Showcase, it's a princess meal. That would get you in the park nice and early. If you want to try some of the food at the Food and Wine kiosks, plan to be in the WS close to its opening (11 a.m.), there won't be any lines at the kiosks at that time.

I know this is a ton of information I'm throwing at you. Feel free to PM me with any questions you might have. But you guys are going to have SUCH a good time, and your DD is in for the surprise of her life!
I can't thank you enough for all the great suggestions. And you really helped put things into perspective.
I would still plan on doing Epcot on this day. Get to the park about 15 minutes before park opening. Head straight to Soarin, grab FPs and hop in the standby line. You should be in and out in about 20 minutes (including the ride). Then work your way through Future World in the morning, before heading to the World Showcase for lunch.

Again, you guys are going to have such an amazing trip! Your DD is going to be so excited. You'll have to write a trip report to tell us how everything goes!
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I can't thank you all enough! Have any of you gone by what is said on the Easywdw board? I was just looking there and found information to be useful, but is it trustworthy?
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Yep, Josh has been pretty dead-on with his estimates and I really like how he explains why some parks are recommended on certain days and others aren't.
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