Well tickets would be one idea, but being as he might be a bit young to appreciate the abstract concept there, I'm thinking the personalized name tag you mentioned in another post might be a good idea someone even gave a web site in that thread where you can order one.Originally Posted by LaBretonne2002
I'm not sure about the disney dollars but heres a good description of pal mickey http://allearsnet.com/tp/pal.htmOriginally Posted by LaBretonne2002
Rainforest Cafe - How much is the educational tour and is it worth the money?
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]I have not done this but there is a great description of it atOriginally Posted by LaBretonne2002
I have not done it yet because of limits on expense and time, a lot of folks seem to like it.Originally Posted by LaBretonne2002
Depends on what characters/food you would likeOriginally Posted by LaBretonne2002
here is a list of what characters appear where
I have stayed at AS movies and I think it has superior Disney theming, but sometimes you can get better discounts at AS Music, so there is a trade off there, of course if you are paying full price or can get the same discount for either I'd go with all star movies.Originally Posted by LaBretonne2002
there was a thread on this in the ears to ears group recentlyOriginally Posted by LaBretonne2002
starting with the following post
On a trip where you are coming from so far, and are limited on time, you may not want to set aside seperate time for looking for hidden mickeys but you don't really need to do that anyway, it something you often do while you are waiting in line, setting down for a meal, standing at the check in desk of your hotel, that type of thing.Originally Posted by LaBretonne2002Two ways to look at thisOriginally Posted by LaBretonne2002
1. Do sea world first so your child won't expect it to be like another day at Disney and perhaps be disappointed by it.
2. Do Sea world late in the trip as it will be a more restful day after so many days on your feet in the disney parks.
My personal opinion Do Disney MGM studios or sea world on days you are most tired, both have lots of sit down shows. As such I would probably try one of the more tiring parks Magic Kingdom or Epcot the first day, then Studios sea world, or AK, then the other tiring park then animal kingdom or studios,
like that alternating the less tiring parks with the more tiring parks it looks like your trip will be long enough to do at least two days at the MK and Epcot? I'm guessing you may also want to take a mid day break on at least some of the days when the parks are open the latest to keep your young one from having an end of day "meltdown" as so many children do have at the end of a long day in the parks.
I haven't read that one, but I'm betting there is some good advice in it.Originally Posted by LaBretonne2002
I like the unofficial guide, but any guide that will give you some idea what to expect is better than no guide.
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