Hi all! We're WDW vets - 35 or so trips in the last ten years. This next trip is different. We're taking my 82 year old mother-in-law. She has never been to Disney before and we finally convinced her to go. She has no idea what to expect. It's for Mother's Day weekend and is a pretty big deal to my husband as he lost his dad last year. She is also our child's only remaining grandparent. We see her about three times a year and we just want this trip to be super special. She's in pretty good health for an 82 year old. We've already done several things to eliminate issues: - We're staying at Riverside which we know she'll love. - We're going in mid May at a less crowded time. - We're doing the dining plan so she won't feel as worried about costs. - We've gently explained tohe that we'll probably use a wheelchair in the parks. She's okay with it although she's sure she can walk just fine. - We have plans to spend most of our time at Epcot - the Flower and Garden festival is something she'll like. - We have several special things planned - a carriage ride at Riverside, Rose and Crown for Illuminations, and the Behind the Seeds tour at the Land for just her and her son. Any other hints or ideas? Thanks.