Questions about kids and picky eaters on London and Paris trips

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  1. Mkrop

    Mkrop <font color=coral>I just cant go on demand<br><fon

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    I have really enjoyed reading sayhello's trip report but I did notice that there were no kids on her trip...is this common?

    I have two DSs who would be 15 and 10 if we take this trip next summer, I was just wondering if there will be other children on a trip or not.

    Also DS15 is a picky eater, DS10 is semiadventurous, and I am in between the two of them:rotfl2:. DH will eat anything or everything. Will we run into any problems finding things to eat, esp at the Welcome dinners and such.


    Thanks for any insight.
     
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  3. tufbuf

    tufbuf Disney Addict!

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    Sayhello's trip is an Adults Only trip. Most tours are WITH kids, so don't fret!:)

    Our DD is also a very picky eater. There is usually a kids' choice meal which your kids can choose from. We also get snacks for her to eat between meals just in case she didn't eat too well the previous meal. Breakfast is almost always buffet and lots of choices for everyone. Hope that helped.
     
  4. Mkrop

    Mkrop <font color=coral>I just cant go on demand<br><fon

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    Very helpful...DS15 really wants to go and has been researching but he got a little pale when DH showed him pics of bangors and mash and escargot:lmao:
     
  5. deckes

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    We have been on 2 ABD trips (South Africa & China). They were both in the summer and there were around 15 kids on each trip. I have a 14 year old and 11 year old and they have made friends with kids from all over the country that they keep in touch with. You can call Disney a couple of months before your trip and they will tell you the ages of the kids on the trip. Usually by the second or third day of the trip all of the kids are hanging out away from the parents. My son is extremely picky and has done fine on the trips. The breakfasts are huge & there is always options on the other meals. They will do whatever it takes to accommodate you.
     
  6. WebmasterMike

    WebmasterMike When Yuba plays the Rumba on his Tuba... Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    When we did the London/Paris adventure (with Tobi), I felt that my 8 year old would have been able to eat food at all of our meals. London is very easy. Paris was not bad either. ABD also goes out of the way to help with kids food likes and dislikes. We had a fixed menu at our Backstage Magic trip earlier this month. The guides went and got pizza and other goodies for the 3 kiddos on our trip.
     

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