WHICH CHARACTER DINING SHOULD I ENJOY THIS FALL?
The people have spoken! Thanks for voting in my first poll!! After reading all of your comments, facebook messages and emails I've decided to go with the majority and make reservations for breakfast at Tusker House in September. Cape May, O'Hana and 1900 Park Fare are still high on my list, but I think I want to save those for the whole family and not just me, Cman and my mom. Since we'll only be at WDW for 3 days I decided I didn't want to waste our time in the parks by traveling to and from resorts for meals. So, I think our itinerary will look something like this:
Day 1- travel and arrive at WDW. Check into Pop Century, unload the car and travel to Downtown Disney or Boardwalk for the evening. Maybe, if it's a decent movie, we'll head to Fort Wilderness for the Chip 'n' Dale Sing-A-Long and movie instead of DTD or Boardwalk!
Day 2 and day 3 will be determined once MNSSHP dates are released. On one of those days, we'll take it easy, swim in the resort pool, possibly visit Downtown Disney and/ or the Boardwalk and visit the Tri-Circle-D Ranch at Fort Wilderness. That evening we'll go to the Halloween Party.
On the other day, we'll visit Magic Kingdom and depending on how the crowds are, we may scoot to Epcot for Nemo and Turtle Talk and Spaceship Earth and to Hollywood Studios for Toy Story Mania and the new Disney Junior Show!
Day 4- Breakfast at Tusker House and morning at Animal Kingdom to take in the safari, trails and Conservation Station. Afternoon and evening back at the Magic Kingdom.
Day 5- check out and travel home. :(
Besides reservations at Tusker House, I think all our other meals will either be in our room (food we bring from home) or counter service meals. We'll see once my 180 day window is here!!
The next decision I have to make is what trio we will we dress up as for the party!! Any suggestions for a 2 1/2 year old boy, a 37 year old mom and a 58 year old "KK"?!? Maybe that should be my next poll!?!?