So, next June I'll be going to WDW with a large group of friends, including one friend's 13-year-old daughter. There are 8 of us total. The teen's mom has told me that she went a few years back, but didn't have a good time because her grandparents just wanted to shop and not do rides or anything. In addition, without giving away personal info, the family is going through some really rough times right now and I really want to make this special for both my friend and her daughter, not to mention the rest of the party (at least a few of whom have never been to Disney before). We're staying off-property (it winds up being cheaper for us to use my timeshare) so the Disney Floral and Gifts in-room stuff is out. We're also on a bit of a budget (I'm going to Disney with other friends next month, so will only have about 6 months to save for this trip, and everyone else is tight on funds as well) so things like dining at CRT or BOG are probably out too. How can I make sure that, despite this, my friend and her daughter have the most magical experience possible?