We were invited to a friend's wedding in Tokyo and we decided to make a "trip-of-a-lifetime", booking four nights at the Hotel Miracosta. (We're typcial WDW value-resort off-season vacationers, but this is special, so we're opening the piggy bank.) We're doing our homework, reading Jack Spence's blog on AllEars.net, and trip reports wherever we find them. However, these sources talk more about the attractions than about how to efficiently tour the park with an infant.
At six months old, our daughter was cool with WDW dark rides, fireworks, characters, and crowds of strangers. But she's just like the rest of the family and quite ornary when she's tired, hot or hungry. She will be 13 months old when we go to Japan.
Any touring plan suggestions?
Any "not-to-be-missed" experiences?
Are the Tokyo resorts stroller friendly? We're packing a snugli because we heard the trains and subways are not stroller friendly. But will I have to carry her throughout the parks.
Any dining advice?
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