Trip Reports & Member Reviews Discuss pre trip report in the Vacation Planning forums; going to the world in a couple weeks for a few days staying at coronado springs. fill free to give some advise....
pre trip report
going to the world in a couple weeks for a few days staying at coronado springs. fill free to give some advise.
Have fun. Eat wonderful meals, take lots of pictures and remember to write a trip report when you get back. So, unless you're willing to take a few of us along with you, I guess those are my best suggestions. Oh, remember...you're on vacation. Relax. Don't push to try to do everything. Be sure to look for the details while waiting in cues
Is there anything in particular you need advice on?
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You really aren't giving u much to go on here.....How many times have you been before? When was your last time? What kinds of rides do you like? Do you want sit down recs? Table service recs?
Summer '83-Off Site
Dec '95- Shades Of Green
March '03-All Star Movies
March '06-All Star Movies
March '13 POFQ
June '14 POFQ
Nov'14 All Star Sports-F&WF W&D 1/2 Marathon!
See, my generic advice seems to fit nicely. To be more specific -
We always take at least one day where we start early in the day, take a break mid-day to enjoy the resort area, and then go back for evening entertainment. Use fastpast for ride(s) that you really don't want to miss, but don't try to use them for every ride. Plan to attend at least one evening fireworks program. I don't have a preference. I like them all. If you plan to celebrate anything while at WDW - tell everyone and especially when you are booking reserved seating for meals, and stop by Guest relations for birthday buttons if someone is celebrating a birthday.
Our favorite restaurants:
DDT - Fultons Crab House
Epcot - Rose and Crown, Le Cellier Steakhouse, San Angel Inn (great cream of corn soup) and Teppanyaki in Japan
Studios - 50's Prime Time Cafe' - fun dining, but go hungry because they serve large portions
AK - Yak and Yeti
California Grill in the Contemporary, Artist's Point in the Fort Wilderness Lodge, and Narcoosee's in the Grand Floridian
If you go to the Disney website, there is now a planning program that helps you plot out what to see and do each day. That might give you some ideas as well. Plan, but be prepared to enact plan B. Crowds or weather can sometimes affect your schedule. I still stick with - have fun, relax, look for the details and remember that you're on vacation!
Ive been hundreds of times. The last time i was at a park was in dec. 2004. I went to dtd in may 2006.
Originally Posted by princessariel
Obviously the big thing would be to figure out what has changed since you were last there. More than likely those should probably be the first things that you will want to see. Since you have been a number of times just remember that you can take it slow and enjoy everything. Clearly you love Disney and this will not be the last time that you go back. Have fun while you are there.
92 - Off Property
94 - Port Orleans French Quarter
96 - Polynesian
98 - Wilderness Lodge
00 - Wilderness Lodge
02 - Grand Floridian
03 - Animal Kindgom Lodge
04 - Pop Century
05 - Wilderness Lodge
06 - Port Orleans Riverside
07 - Polynesian
09 - Saratoga Springs/ Animal Kingdom Lodge Villas
11 - Bay Lake Tower/Animal Kingdom Lodge Kidani
11 - Beach Club
11 - Animal Kingdom Lodge Kidani
12 - Old Key West
12 - TBD (Honeymoon Trip!)
ok thanks for the feed back i now only have less then a week until i am there
back and it was differant and did the monorail on friday and saw the fireworks at the magic kingdom and saw epcot and thats a differant place