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Old 01-10-2013, 10:42 AM   #46
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It is going to be HOT while you are there, especially for your seven year old. I suggest taking some time off during the day and going back to your resort for a pool break. Planning your ADRs around the park that you're in will save you a ton of heartache in attempting to get to places on time. The only day I suggest having dinner somewhere different is possibly while you are at HS. The dining options there aren't great, so maybe trying one of the Epcot Resort Area restaurants would be a good idea (since HS is so close). I suggest checking out the Boardwalk. Lots of fun options of things to see and do there in addition to some great food! If you don't like the restaurant options there, Beaches and Cream is at the Yacht Club (YC), and that's a super fun option.

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Old 01-10-2013, 11:07 AM   #47
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I always check out www.easywdw.com for Josh's crowd calendar and see what is the recommended park for the day. I go with the first park he recommends (or the second). I never go to the 3rd or 4th...just dont want to go to a park with high crowds. If there is an event that we want to see (on a non recommended day) we will sometimes go to that park anyway just to catch that event. We have been so many times, though, that we dont feel the need to hit up every parade/show.
After I get my game plan down for what park on what day...I focus on the meals. We dont get the dining plan (unless its free) and then only the counter service plan. We do usually pay OOP for 2 TS meals during our trip. Dining is not high on our priority list...rides and park time are. So after I figure out what restaurants we want to hit up, then I see what day we are going to be in that park and make a ressie for that day.
It seems like you have lots of travel between parks and that takes up lots of time. We dont park hop either. I prefer to stay in one park for the most part. We have only had hoppers maybe twice in all of our WDW trips and didnt use it much for those. I think that you will need to build in breaks on at least some of your days. It will be very hot and humid and you will want to have some time to rest or swim. Even if you dont do this everyday, I would do every other day at least.
Here is a direct link to the June crowd page that gives suggestions as to what park on what day.
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Old 01-10-2013, 11:12 AM   #48
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I haven't read all the posts but my reaction to your initial schedule is that it looks exhausting. I would imagine your 7 year old will be wiped out if you stay at the park the entire day.

I saw a couple posts about your dining and would echo the thought that you should plan the park first then try to dine at the park or close by. For example, we planned our parks for the upcoming trip in March and then made reservations at park restaurants or, in the case of one day at Epcot, at Cape May which is fairly close. I wouldn't jump around much for meals. Disney transportation is fairly dependable (except maybe the monorail?) but it is going to take at least 30 minutes to get from point A to point B by the time you leave the park, catch a bus, offload and walk to wherever you are going. That's a lot of time out of a day. The only traveling we plan on doing for a meal is the last full day, which we'll spend most of at Animal Kingdom then go to Epcot for dinner at Rose and Crown and fireworks viewing.

And if you intend to do Fantasmic, you might want to book the Fantasmic dining package.

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Old 01-10-2013, 11:17 AM   #49
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First off... Hello, everyone! I'm new to the board and am very happy to have found you all and be able to join in for some much needed help.

Secondly, I apologize in advance for the information overload I'm about to go into. I hope that's okay.. you all know how much there is to do in the parks.

My husband and I have decided to book our first WDW trip. We're super excited, our 7 year old has been asking for a long time and now is the perfect time for us to finally do it. She is already 48 inches, so the rides shouldn't be an issue, and I'm hoping she's old enough that she'll remember going.

We're going for 9 days/8 nights, so the first and last days will be pretty much non-eventful except for dinner the first night and maybe some time in DD. So, that leaves me with 7 days and I cannot seem to figure out a way to make it all work. I've been laying the whole week out for hours now and I can't figure out the last few things. I thought maybe you all could help me out.

Now, I know my trip isn't til June and I shouldn't be obsessing quite this much already, but I knew how important it was to book restaurants and all right away, so I have done that and now I'm trying to work in everything else around them. I haven't been since I was 15, so I'm pretty much a first-timer and I can't remember things like how long it takes to transfer parks and whatnot.

So, what I have so far...

day 1
arrive at Caribbean Beach Resort
Rainforest Cafe in DD at 6:30
maybe hang out in DD for a bit

day 2
HS @ 8am (EMH)
(sign up my daughter for the Jedi Training)
lunch at Pizza Planet
Pixar Parade @ 3pm
-head to MK at who knows what time-
Chef Mickey's @ 5pm
light parade @ 9pm
fireworks @ 10pm

day 3
Epcot @ 9am
lunch at Electric Umbrella
Fantasia Gardens mini golf sometime before 4pm
Coral Reef @ 5:25pm

day 4
Animal Kingdom @ 8am (EMH)
early lunch at Restaurantosauras
-head to DD at some point-
T-REX @ 3:30pm
-go to HS-
Fantasmic @ 9pm

day 5
Magic Kingdom
lunch @ Tortuga Tavern
Be Our Guest @ 4:30pm

day 6
Typhoon Lagoon @ 9am
lunch at Typhoon Tilly's
-go to the resort, dry off, change, head to MK-
The Crystal Palace @ 5:05pm

day 7
Magic Kingdom @ 8am (EMH)
lunch somewehre TBD
Dreams Come True Parade 3pm
Via Napoli @ 4:30pm
-monorail to Epcot-
IllumiNations @ 9pm

day 8
Disney Quest @ 11:30am
Planet Hollywood @ 4:30pm

day 9
breakfast at the resort
plane leaves at noon

I'm not sure if that is waaaay too much info for you all, but you guys are pros so maybe it won't be so bad.

So, my questions are..

My hubby wants to do the ESPN thing. For one.. I can't even seem to find where that is. I see the ESPN Club is on the Boardwalk, but can't tell where the complex is. Also, how long would that take for us to do? Keep in mind, I think he's going to be the only one interested, so I don't 'want' to be there long, but still want to see what there is to see, kwim? Would a few hours do it? I can't seem to find a way to rearrange the schedule in a way that allows for more than 3-4 hours to do it.

How long should I expect to be in DQ? I planned the first half of our last day, not sure if I should plan to go back after dinner or if we should be done by that point.

We will also need some resort time.. my daughter will want to take full advantage of the water slides and pool, at least a couple times.

My main issue is knowing we have to eat, but not liking how much time I'm imagining it will cut out of the day. Like when we go to Be Our Guest at 4:30.. I would think we wouldn't be walking out til at least 6:30? That doesn't leave much time to go anywhere else outside of MK. Or the night in HS where we want to see Fantasmic (says to be there 90 min early.. so 7:30).. won't be getting to HS anyway til after dinner at T-Rex at 3:30.. so 5:30-6ish? That's the only time I had set for HS except the first part of day two. I'm worried that won't be enough? Same with Epcot on day three and then what's left after Via Napoli on day seven.

*SIGH* I am very overwhelmed.

Any advice or insight would be MUCH appreciated.

Again, I apologize for the overload of information.
Just a question - why two trips to DD?
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Old 01-10-2013, 11:51 AM   #50
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Just a question - why two trips to DD?
I can spend two days at DtD - one to do Disney Quest and eat and the other to shop and eat.

For the OP I'd check easyWDW (or Tour Guide Mike if you want to sign up) and find the best days (least crowded) to visit each park. Then see what ressies you have work into that schedule. It is fine to go to a least crowded park in the morning - eat lunch there - back to the hotel for rest/swim - then back to a different park for dinner and to do a few non-headliner rides and see a parade, shop, etc. We do that sometimes.

Some reservations if you got them (maybe like the Be Our Guest restaurant) are special enough to keep no matter what perhaps - but others you might change. You will love T-Rex - one of my favorites!
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Old 01-10-2013, 11:59 AM   #51
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First of all, welcome!!

Disney is a magical place. I agree that your original plan has you traveling a bit too much. I suggest looking at the menus at allears.net and pick out what restaurants you want. Spots open up all the time, so just wait until you see a time that works for you. I for one have cancelled a lot of ADR in the past week when better times for my family opens up.

We love mini golf. Remember they are open in the evenings also that is when we go.

Disney Quest is just too loud and crowded for us, so others are better to help you there.

As far as the touring plans, I mainly look at the recommended days for each park and plan around that. I look at the touring plans but just take them for tips ( like shortcuts).

The biggest mistake most first timers make is to try to do too much. We have been many times and still have not done it all. We have our favorites and then we build from there.

Keep asking and reading on this site. The people here are half of the reason we keep going back!!!!
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:09 PM   #52
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^^ I think my DD will love it too. :D I was most excited to book that one for her.

Okay, took me all day, but how's this? I left free spaces where the schedule is open to either stay in the park or head back to the resort or shopping or whatever. There is one HS-Ep-HS that I don't think I can avoid. Other than that, there's not too much hopping anymore.

day 1
arrive / check in at CBR
FREE
T-Rex @ 6:30
FREE

day 2
- MK
Chef Mickey @ 5
Electric Lights parade @ 9

day 3
- HS
Pizza Planet
Pixar parade
- Epcot for Coral Reef @ 5:25 - (since you guys said it was close)
- back to HS
Fantasmic @ 9

day 4
- AK
parade @ 3:45
Rainforest Cafe @ 4:30
- DisneyQuest

day 5
- MK
Celebrate parade @ 3
Be Our Guest @ 4:30
fireworks @ 10

day 6
- TL
- MK for Crystal Palace @ 5:05
-FREE

day 7
- Epcot
mini golf
Via Napoli @ 4:30
IllumiNations @ 9

day 8
- possibly HS (definitely will do if we can't get into Jedi Training on day 3, otherwise this is FREE as well)
- DtD for Planet Hollywood @ 4:30
- FREE
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:13 PM   #53
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First of all, welcome!!

Disney is a magical place. I agree that your original plan has you traveling a bit too much. I suggest looking at the menus at allears.net and pick out what restaurants you want. Spots open up all the time, so just wait until you see a time that works for you. I for one have cancelled a lot of ADR in the past week when better times for my family opens up.

We love mini golf. Remember they are open in the evenings also that is when we go.

Disney Quest is just too loud and crowded for us, so others are better to help you there.

As far as the touring plans, I mainly look at the recommended days for each park and plan around that. I look at the touring plans but just take them for tips ( like shortcuts).

The biggest mistake most first timers make is to try to do too much. We have been many times and still have not done it all. We have our favorites and then we build from there.

Keep asking and reading on this site. The people here are half of the reason we keep going back!!!!
Thank you, Jenn.

Hmm... when I checked about the mini golf it said to do it before 4. Was where I saw that wrong, or could that possibly be how it works with my ticket? We have the 7 day park hopper with water and fun or whatever it's called.
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Your revised plan is sooooo much better. You should still plan on being flexible, especially in the summertime, but you did great
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*takes a bow* Thank you.

Yeah, I like being flexible and going at our own pace... I just also enjoy a little bit of structure so the things we want to do don't get overlooked. I definitely know we won't see everything, just want to make the most of the time we have.
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goofy.. He wants to go to the PlayStation Pavillion, whatever that is exactly. lol


PlayStation® Pavilion
Jump in the game at the PlayStation® Pavilion located at the ESPN Wide World of Sports with 17 PS3™ systems and new exclusive game titles. PS3™, it only does everything with a built in Blu-ray™ player, hard drive, Wi-Fi, free access to the PlayStation® Network and more. The PlayStation® 3 is the most fully loaded gaming console available.
This gaming location is outfitted with sixteen 40 inch HD TVs. The PlayStation® Pavilion showcases an evolving line-up of the latest PlayStation® games including favorites from Sony's publishing partners and their own studios. The Pavilion also has its own stage where you can grab the mic and jam to your favorite tunes.
The PlayStation® Pavilion is located at the back of the ESPN Wide World of Sports Grill. The cost to play is $5 per 30 minutes.


And then, this.....
ESPN Wide World of Sports Grill
Whether you are visiting for one game or here for a tournament, ESPN Wide World of Sports Grill is a great place to catch a quick bite to eat or unwind after a long day of play.

The ESPN Wide World of Sports Grill offers new features including seven high-definition displays running live updates and daily highlights from the field of play, an outdoor patio seating area with two high-definition displays, and a replica of the ESPN Sports Center desk creating an excellent photo location.

The menu is designed to cater to every Guest from 3 to 73, featuring Chicken Breast Nuggets and Assorted Salads and Sandwiches, including our Bacon Lettuce and Tomato Sandwich, and a full bar. The Disney Dining Plan is accepted as a Quick-Service option.


Transportation is available from Disney's All-Star Resorts, Disney's Pop Century Resort and Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort one hour prior to the start of competition. Transportation will end 45 minutes after the completion of the last event.

I got that directly from the ESPN site. Hope it helps a bit.
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We were at Disney in December. I picked which park we would be going to for each day and then planned dining around being at that park. It worked out great. Sometimes we could get lunch where we wanted and sometimes it was dinner; so we planned accordingly. If we had TS dinner reservations we went slept a little later because we knew we would be at the park late.

We did something like this:
MK -- lunch at Tony's ---arrived for lunch --- stayed until closing. Had a sandwich at Main Street Bakery in the evening while waiting for the parade to start.

Animal Kingdom -- Breakfast at Tusker House at 8:30am. Toured Animal Kingdom all day (the parade is a good one). Tusker House has a fab breakfast and has characters -- Donald, Daisy, Mickey, Minnie, Goofy.
We had dinner at Flame Tree BBQ (great ribs!!)

Epcot -- We did 2 days here because we love Epcot.
Day 1---Arrived early to do Test Track, Soarin, etc. Had sandwich for lunch.
Went to world showcase for Candlelight Processional. After that we had dinner at LaHacienda.

Epcot --Day 2 Started about 11:00am. Saw 2 storytellers, then had lunch in France (this was not planned -- just walked up). Saw rest of the storytellers and toured shops, etc. We left Epcot about 6:00 and went to Rainforest Cafe for dinner.

This was the only day we went 2 different places.

HS -- Lunch at 50's Prime Time -- toured HS. Osborne lights, then back to hotel.

Not all the ADR's were available when I first tired --- just tried again. I had to call Rainforest Cafe to get reservations. They were not taking reservations for our time frame on the disney site.

Each park warrants a full day and then some; especially when it is your first time. Try not to wear yourself out running from park to park. Transportation can be slow and mess up your great plans.

We have been twice in the summer and it is miserably hot. It was 103 for 3 days and that really zaps you in a hurry.

This will be a wonderful vacation. Just don't stress and allow for a lot of changes to what you think you should be doing.
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I'd skip the Coral Reef on Day 3 - no need to leave and then come back to HS just for that restaurant. Just eat at HS.

I'd also skip Planet Hollywood on your last night. Enjoy the DD's favorite park that whole day/night.

Otherwise, I think you're in good shape.
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^^ I think my DD will love it too. :D I was most excited to book that one for her.

Okay, took me all day, but how's this? I left free spaces where the schedule is open to either stay in the park or head back to the resort or shopping or whatever. There is one HS-Ep-HS that I don't think I can avoid. Other than that, there's not too much hopping anymore.

day 1
arrive / check in at CBR
FREE
T-Rex @ 6:30
FREE

day 2
- MK
Chef Mickey @ 5
Electric Lights parade @ 9

day 3
- HS
Pizza Planet
Pixar parade
- Epcot for Coral Reef @ 5:25 - (since you guys said it was close)
- back to HS
Fantasmic @ 9

day 4
- AK
parade @ 3:45
Rainforest Cafe @ 4:30
- DisneyQuest

day 5
- MK
Celebrate parade @ 3
Be Our Guest @ 4:30
fireworks @ 10

day 6
- TL
- MK for Crystal Palace @ 5:05
-FREE

day 7
- Epcot
mini golf
Via Napoli @ 4:30
IllumiNations @ 9

day 8
- possibly HS (definitely will do if we can't get into Jedi Training on day 3, otherwise this is FREE as well)
- DtD for Planet Hollywood @ 4:30
- FREE
This looks great. You now have some flexibility while still having a game plan.
For activities like mini-golf, etc., those are easily added in or moved around depending how everyone is feeling.
You also may be surprised at what your daughter wants to do most. Even though my daughter has access to a pool and/or beach almost everyday for 5-6 months of the year, she still wants to go to the pool everyday. And she absolutely MUST go the arcade.
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DTd is always a good idea on the first night so you don’t feel like you have to RUSH everything! Rainforest is a great choice for food too!

-If possible, send one runner to sign up DD for the jedi training, and send the other person over to Toy Story Mania for fast passes, and then meet over at TSM. When you meet up, if the standby line isn’t too long you can jump in there and ride it twice! I would also possibly spend some more time at DHS that day, and just take your time heading over to dinner, maybe explore the Contemporary a bit, then head over to MK afterwards, less rushing!

Make your Be Our Guest ADR as soon as you possibly can!!

For your MK day, with the extra magic hours, try to finish as much of Fantasyland as you can, and by say 8:45ISH have someone in line for Enchanted Tales, as people start lining up early. Send a runner for any fast pass you might want, and then explore the rest of the FLE after Enchanted Tales.

In terms of meals, Disney usually does things pretty efficiently once you’re seated. I know everywhere says that you have to be there SUUUPER early, but sometimes if you’re there over 30 minutes early, they’ll send you away til a little later. Quick Service meals usually take around half an hour, with a small child maybe a bit longer.

I also wouldn’t worry too much, no one can see everything on one trip, there’s just too much to see! Possibly consider a little bit less park hopping, it takes up a lot of time, and sometimes can make you antsy to just “be there” and in a park already, especially with small kids.

Instead of park hopping, plan to stay at the same park all day, BUT then you have the time to head back to the resort for a nap/pool time during the day and get that rest in there.

Either way, don't stress! Take the time to take it slow, smell the roses, check out the shops, avert from plans for a character, and just enjoy the vacation, you're going to make magical memories no matter what!
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