by Brian Bennett
not brand-new information, as it's been bouncing around the
web and newsgroups for a few days now, but I thought I'd mention
the fact that the Crystal Palace restaurant (where Winnie-the-Pooh
and his friends are available for character meals at breakfast,
lunch, and dinner) will be undergoing building repairs during
the later part of this year.
Mike Scopa, who writes our Scoping
the Parks trip planning column, contacted Walt Disney
World through their WDW-DINE phone number and was told:
- The Crystal Palace
will be closed between July 29th and December 15th.
- Starting in August
(no date has yet been announced), character breakfasts and
lunches will be held with Pooh and Friends at Tony's Town
- Price will be the
same as it was for the Crystal Palace.
- Current plans are
for dinner at Tony's to NOT be a character meal!
Mike adds, "I think
these character meals may (notice "may") not include
a buffet meal as was held at the Crystal Palace but instead
may include a pre-plated meal in which each guest receives
their meal on a plate." He goes on to add that
it's still, "all you can eat. Guests may ask their servers
for seconds and more."
we get into other email, I have a whole bunch of reader responses
to previous "Notes From the World" questions and
Hi Brian, I just finished reading
your update dated today (June 3rd), and I just wanted to
add a thought for Leslie. You might have wanted to suggest
that Leslie go to either Downtown Disney Marketplace or
one of the resorts to soak up some atmosphere. Either option
is free, and Leslie can still be in the middle of Disney
Magic. Keep up the good work.
Vincent shares this information:
Good morning Brian,
In response to the reader concerning
taking the train to the Orlando area, I have done it twice,
and both times had a wonderful trip.
On both trips I booked a berth from
NYC to Orlando. The trip took twenty-four hours each way,
and provided a wonderful opportunity to relax before and
after the trip. However, as with any modus transportation,
delays can happen. One time on a non Disney trip, our train
sat on the tracks for seven hours. So, if you go by train,
On my two trips to WDW, I booked
the actually stay on Disney property for the day after I
was supposed to arrive. This way, if we were on schedule,
then I just called, and in both instances the Disney hotels
could squeeze me in.
The Amtrak service was pretty decent.
Getting a private room also mean my meals in the dining
car were paid for, as well as having snacks and drinks throughout
the journey. The little television set in the room was a
nice touch, as they played movies all the way down there.
Well, except, of course, at night. Also, having a private
shower was a real plus.
I usually fly wherever I go, but
if you have the time and want to spend more on a private
room on the train, I highly recommend the investment.
One last important thing... Prepare
in advance if you are going to rent a car or take transport
to WDW. You will have to pay for a cab to a car rental office,
or a cab to Disney.
Brian, As always I enjoy reading
your column, I was reading about the questions about the
transportation and thought I would add my 2 cents.
We went on a last minute trip over
the Memorial day weekend, as expected the resorts were booked
and we had to stay offsite. We haven't done in a long time
but decided it would be a "retro" trip and have
fun anyway. The parks were mobbed of course but I have to
tell you that the staff levels were high, the rides were
running at capacity and waits were not much longer than
slower times when staffing is low. Disney does it best when
the parks are full. The parks are beautiful and the staff
is ready for the summer season, they are definitely not
going downhill. Slower seasons are when they do the maintenance
and such as you know and I guess misleads some people to
believe the place is falling apart. I'm happy to report
the work has been for the most part taken care of and the
whole resort is in tip-top shape.
Saturday the Magic Kingdom was open
until 11:00pm and the rides, restaurants and shops were
full even beyond 11:00, they were obviously making a profit
during these hours.
I just don't understand why Disney
would not take advantage of the revenue these hours provided
for them. There's no place more beautiful than the Magic
Kingdom at night and I really miss the later hours.
As for the transportation issue we
had to drive our own car and park in the lots because we
were offsite. The tram announcer said that ALL transportation
was available for ALL guests with a ticket, not just resort
guests. I don't know if this is a recent thing or not, I
remember when you got a separate transportation
ticket when staying at a resort and they actually asked
to see them at boarding. Although they have changed the
bus routes to make it more difficult for offsite guests
to clog up the bus routes, such as the Downtown Disney busses
not going directly to any park to keep people from parking
for free in their lots and
the using the busses to get to a park.
You would have to take at least two
busses to get anywhere and that is time consuming.
Speaking of time consuming, I know
there has been a lot of debate about the advantages of staying
onsite now that there are no Early Entry days. In the time
it took us to just get to our car in the main lot we would
have been arriving at our resort were we staying onsite,
and that to me is a huge perk. The lines for the express
monorail to get to the Ticket and Transportation Center
were staggering! Then another long line for the parking
lot Tram and finally getting down SR192, even with most
of the construction finished is nightmarish... People were
not sure where their hotel is or trying to find a restaurant
still serving food (futile) makes this a poor way to end
a good day. We could have been at the resort, gotten something
decent to eat and been in the pool by the time we got back
to the dump we stayed in. No more "retro" trips
for us, if I don't get a resort I'm not going. Which may
mean I won't be back until the end of summer but I can wait.
and I responded:
Thanks for the great note, Andy.
Regarding the availability of WDW transportation to offsite
guests... again, that is true for holders of park hoppers,
but not for holders of one-day tickets.
Thank you Brian for answering "Bob's"
note, "Bob writes: Brian, I was checking out eBay today
and saw something so shocking I just had to let all the
WDW Disney planning sites I know. There was an auction for
the Cinderella breakfast!"
I felt your answer was direct and
informative. In a professional manner you stated WDW new
policy for CRT breakfast and why the change was needed.
Thank you for not mentioning the web site wars that are
still raging on this matter.
And I responded:
Thanks, Sandy. I try to be reasonable... really, I do.
Brian, Just an update on DVC prices.
I just bought into the Beach Club Villas and they were charging
$75 a point. There was supposed to be a price increase on
2 June to $80 or $85 a point. Since you had someone asking
in today's (June 3rd) update I just wanted to pass it along.
Heard they may have put off the increase until July 1st,
but they may have been for selected states (I know they
were having problems getting approval to sell BCV in some
states like New York).
Thanks again for all your work and
efforts, we've been reading your stuff since '97 and use
it for every trip we take. . . and will continue as we take
our DVC trips now!!!
Keep up the good work!
and in an follow-up, Jeff writes:
Brian, Just to give you the right
price, it is an increase to $80 a point, but again I keep
seeing people on another board saying there has been a delay
in that increase. Not sure what the details since we locked
in a few weeks ago.
Brian - your reader inquired about
WDW resort discounts for the time period after August 24.
Discounts codes are now out through October 2nd (I got my
info at mousesavers.com) - I just booked 6 nights (October
1-7) using the codes and saved quite a bit. We are resort
hopping but still managed to get the discount for all but
one night by being flexible. I originally wanted 2 nights
each (in this order) at Wilderness Lodge, Yacht Club &
Animal Kingdom Lodge. By switching to 1 night each at Wilderness
Lodge and Animal Kingdom Lodge, we maximized the discount
(Wilderness Lodge on the 1st is discounted, and our entire
stay at Yacht Club is at the discounted rate since we check
in on that rate on the 2nd). For the last night, I am paying
rack rate for a savannah view at Animal Kingdom Lodge but
overall saved several hundred dollars over what we would
have spent without the discount codes (so I didn't mind
the "splurge" at the end). If we hadn't switched
resorts after the 2nd, our whole stay would have been discounted.
Thanks for the site! I especially
appreciate your integrity in terms of not encouraging the
"skirting" of rules when certain issues come up.
and I responded:
Thanks, Elizabeth. I'm glad to hear that early Fall is
(Editor's Note: By the way, I'll take this opportunity
to once again plug mousesavers.com.
That site really is a tremendous resource! You should
definitely make mousesavers.com part of your trip planning
ritual unless you're independently wealthy and just don't
care about the cost of your trip... in which case, can you
adopt me? ;)
Rick shares this information:
Brian, I haven’t written in awhile,
but there are two items in today’s update that I wanted
to comment on. First, you mentioned that Orlando is not
known for its public transportation but the Lynx system
was recognized by the U.S. Department of Transportation
as the best public transportation system in the country
back in 2000. They must be doing SOMETHING right!
The other item has to do with babysitting
at the Disney resorts. Going back twenty years or so to
when my parents used this service for me, Disney actually
used outside babysitting services that had been checked
out and approved by them. At least at that point, a check
mark in the babysitting column didn’t mean day care—it meant
in-room babysitting referrals.
To which I answered:
Thanks for the note, Rick.
Lynx is, indeed, a great system. However, (and feel free
to correct me if I'm showing a lot of ignorance here) although
it's great for convention goers and folks staying around
the International Drive area, it's pert near useless for
And following up, Rick writes:
I will admit that I have never personally
ridden the Lynx—I’m just going by that award they won. I
just checked the Lynx website and they seem to have several
routes that run to Disney. Depending on where one stays,
they may have to transfer at a large bus center, but if
budget is more important than convenience it still seems
like a good option.
Regarding conditions at the Magic
Kingdom, Stephanie writes back:
Hello again Brian!
I just wanted to write again to defend
myself against Jason's comment that you have been a victim
of a "trollish poster" because of my past letter.
I assure you that it is not the case. The conditions I described
are exactly as I perceived them to be on the day of my visit,
yes, bras and all :)
I am glad that Jason had a different
experience than I did, and it goes to the fact, as Cynthia
pointed out in a different note, that perhaps it was just
an exceptionally busy day during my visit. In any case,
it does illustrate the need for Disney to rethink their
cutbacks if they are not able to keep up with these
unexpected crowd surges. If Jason
had a different experience, I am glad to hear it. I just
wish he could have told us about it without calling my honesty
On another note, I did not mention
previously, and perhaps I should have, that the other parks,
especially MGM were very clean and did not have any of the
problems that I noticed at the MK. My earlier observations
related to the Magic Kingdom only.
Thanks again for your wonderful site!
Brian, I wanted to comment on Tina's
revelations in the latest Notes (6/3). She mentioned that
the MK was closed early at 6:00pm for three consecutive
days due to a private party. I have to say that I would
be very upset if this happened to me. I had a similar experience
last December when the Studios was closed early on December
5 for the 100 years celebration press event. While I wasn't
happy about this, I was able to plan around it and dealt
with it. But three consecutive days? That is going too far!
People pay far too much money to
be sold out like that. I understand Disney probably made
a healthy bit of money, but it isn't fair to those paying
the big bucks to be at - and more importantly IN - Walt
Disney World! I am curious to know how often this occurs
and when the information is released to the public! I'll
bet such arrangements are made way ahead of time, but the
public rarely knows more than a month out the schedules
for the parks, so we aren't told. It would be a big reason
for me to change my plans if I knew ahead of time that a
park was to be closed early like this during my stay.
Sorry to rant but this one got to
I agree, Bill. I would come unglued if that happened to
(Editor's Note: Does anyone out there have any information
on Disney's policy on such events?)
I just booked a package through the
Disney Club and part of the package is special viewing areas
for fireworks at Epcot and the Magic Kingdom and special
parade viewing in the Animal Kingdom. Just thought you might
want to know if you didn't already.
and Patrick Carey, a MousePlanet
reader and occasional guest columnist, writes:
Brian, Regarding the Illuminations
viewing area near Italy, In addition to the area being available
to annual passholders, AAA members and (possibly) Disney
Club members, my family and I have twice gotten access to
that area as a result of staying at the Concierge floor
at the Yacht Club. We asked the Concierge Cast Members if
we could get signed up for
that perk and they were able to work their magic to do so.
Thus, this is yet another benefit available to those who
elect to stay on a Concierge floor at one of the Disney
and I responded:
Thanks, Patrick. I'll share that additional info soon.
(Editor's Note: There still seems to be some confusion
on who, exactly, is eligible to use the IllumiNations viewing
area. My answer is, stop at Guest Relations early
in the morning and drop all of your membership cards on
the counter and ask which one (AAA, Disney Club, Disney
Vacation Club, American Express, or your local library card)
will get you admission. You might just be rewarded
for asking the question... Although the next two reader
notes might squash those hopes for the next few months.)
Hi Brian, I had a fantastic trip
to WDW this weekend! Just wanted to let you know that according
to Guest Relations, the special viewing area for IllumiNations
has been discontinued.
Hi Brian, I just got back from a
trip to WDW (5/25 - 6/1) and wanted to give you some feedback
related to your last Notes update (6/3).
First, the AP viewing area for Illuminations
is definitely no longer available. I asked at the EPCOT
AP lounge and they said that the perk had been discontinued
at least for the summer. They said that this is because
the site is used so much during the summer for other groups/companies.
Second, about the condition of the
parks, I'd have to say that in general things are not as
bad as some have said, but do seem to be on a downward trend.
- We saw vomit on the Tomorrowland
Transit Authority (don't ask me how you throw up on that
ride :-) that had not been cleaned up, despite the fact
that the car had already been around the circuit more
- The hand rails at the NEW Primeval
Whirl ride at AK already had the vanish worn off in many
places (and I don't think it was part of the "theme"
since all the metal had nice fresh paint).
- We actually saw a bench (in the
area behind the Christmas shop at MK) collapse under a
guest. The wood had apparently rotted and the screws just
pulled out. (I know some readers will think this is a
troll, but we REALLY did see it happen.)
The Cast Members seem to the be only
part that is still (for the most part) consistent (doing
a good job keeping the magic going). Still, I wonder how
long this can be kept up. Many CMs seem overworked, some
having to do jobs that used to be handled by more than one
The bean counters at WDW seem determined
to see how far they can push things. They don't seem to
realize that the most prized asset of Disney is it's reputation.
Once it's lost, the value of the company will go down the
drain. They (with the apparent exception of people in Japan)
don't seem to understand the need to keep looking at the
long term picture.
Thanks for the site,
BTW, I've attached a picture of "Space"
under construction, as viewed from the GM lounge at Test
Track. I thought you might like the view.
Mission Space Construction (photo
by Todd Alden)
And I answered:
Thanks so much for your update and the picture, Todd. I'll
share it ASAP on the site!
And now, back to our
| Angela writes: Dear
Brian, We just returned from a trip to Disney World May 11-18,
and we noticed several things that we attributed to budget cuts.
First of all, the Flower Show at Epcot did not seem nearly as
impressive as it was when I went three years ago. We didn't
see any hanging baskets in the World Showcase area at all! My
aunt and uncle were with us, and were really looking forward
to the Flower Show. I think they were disappointed after hearing
how fabulous it was from us for several years.
We also hopped from the Magic Kingdom
to MGM to catch the Beauty and the Beast show, which we think
is one of the best attractions at Disney. When we arrived,
we were EXTREMELY surprised to find that there were no shows
that day! It was my aunt and uncle's last day in the parks,
and they were very disappointed! We had even had a cast member
call from Magic Kingdom to check the times of the show!
We were also quite disappointed that
the Magic Kingdom closed at 6:00 or 7:00 all week, with no
fireworks or night parade except Saturday, the only day we
Last but not least, the service did
not seem as wonderful as it usually is. I have e-mailed guest
relations with my concerns. I was not sure about the reasons
for the changes with Port Orleans, cancellation of Early Entry,
etc., but my aunt and I both figured they were cutting back.
I had asked cast members about some of these things, and I
was told the "entertainers needed a break" (for
the Beauty and the Beast show) and that Port Orleans must
be being "renovated." I certainly understand that
their business has been down, and that they have to watch
the bottom line, as do all businesses. Since the budget cuts
seem to be common knowledge to many people, I would have appreciated
an honest response much more.
Thanks for your great website! It is
Unfortunately, I'm getting more negative email now than I've
had over the last few months. Maybe things are taking a downturn
with the larger crowds in late Spring?
| Greg writes: I really
appreciate and learn from your site. I have a simple question.
Living near Disneyland and having an annual pass for that park,
why do the theme parks at Disney World close so early during
In Anaheim, Disneyland Park closes
at 12:00 or 1:00 am in the summer. Why does the Magic Kingdom
at The World close at 10:00 pm, especially when it is so hot
during this time of the year? We are going to The World in
the middle of August and can't figure out why such an early
closing. Please help us understand.
During the very busiest times of the year, the parks very
well may be open as late as midnight. The "regularly
scheduled" hours are less, but if the demand is there
(i.e., the parks are at or near capacity), they'll alter that
schedule from week to week and even from day to day.
The one thing that you have to understand at WDW, versus
Disneyland, is that there is just so much capacity in this
resort as a whole, that it's hard to build up enough demand
to tax that capacity. As a result, the regular schedule has
the parks closing with a show (Spectromagic, IllumiNations,
Fantasmic, etc.) with the expectation that many guests will
then go to the resorts and Downtown Disney for the very late
|and in a follow-up, Greg
writes: Thanks Brian. I do wish, however, they would have
the Magic Kingdom open till midnight. Your explanation makes
sense, but sometimes I think they close for they can make more
money on "E" Ticket Night.
|Well, Greg, that certainly plays into the equation,
I'm sure. :)
|Jim writes: Just
thought I'd pass on this tip (we read it in one of the many
guides we read, and it was so true): We thought Epcot was the
best place to meet characters - I forget what its called, but
a double-decker busload of characters appears (check the schedule)
and you can see 8 - 10 characters with almost no waiting (at
least the day we were there).
And we were totally unimpressed with
the 'Character Caravan' - the lines at the Wilderness Lodge
were worse than in the parks! We skipped it and went to the
|Thanks for the note, Jim! I'll share it soon.
|and in a follow-up, Jim
writes back: You responded to Bradley, who was disappointed
he didn't try to get priority seating 60 days in advance for
Cinderella's castle. He shouldn't feel bad, he wouldn't have
gotten it anyway, unless he's very lucky! 3 years ago we got
in on our first try, and had no idea how lucky we were. This
time I did the redial thing 5 mornings in a row (for each day
of our stay) with no luck.
Bradley asked: "if we made an
early lunch Priority Seating, would we have any chance of
seeing any characters hanging around after breakfast?"
But I was able to get a walk-up PS
in the park for 12:15. We showed up at 11:45, to wait downstairs.
At about 11:50 Cinderella appeared from the elevator and greeted
kids on the 'fairy godmother' throne. Not a real character
breakfast, but quite a thrill for my 7-year old! The food
was average, but the service was incredibly fast.
So Bradley, I don't know how often
this happens, but it is possible!
|Thanks for the note, Jim! I'll share this one
soon, too. :)
Brian - love your site! Thanks for all the work you do making
information available to people planning trips.
On the Swan Renovation issue: I was
pumped to get what I felt like was a great rate there, then
started reading about renovations. Starwood preferred guest
booking had no notes in their system about renovations 9which
they normally would), but I was seeing too many things about
it not to check it out.
I called the front desk and the marginally
helpful girl confirmed that they would be renovating - that
it was due to start soon (the next few weeks) and would definitely
not be done before our October stay. Dissatisfied about her
vague assurances that this would not impact our trip, I called
Starwood again and provided feedback about my frustration
with the fact that for their preferred members, they had no
information on this renovation.
My comments were sent in an email to
the hotel General Manager, who is supposed to be contacting
me within 7-10 business days. I will let you know what he
says about renovation plans. In the mean time, I cancelled
my Swan reservation and talked my husband into the Yacht Club.
:-) I was at the Grand Floridian a few years ago, and this
time wanted to be Epcot based and this seemed like it would
offer a similar hotel experience with the Epcot/MGM base of
|Thanks for your note, Elizabeth. Let me know what
you find out.
writes: Brian, rather than a phone call, I received a letter
from the General Manager of the Dolphin/Swan complex (as he
referred to it) William McCreary. I quote the pertinent portions,
"During the latter part of this year, we are scheduled
to begin renovations of the guest rooms of the Swan wing of
the complex. This process will involve guest rooms only and
the public areas will not be affected." He went on to say,
regarding my request for a newly renovated room when making
the reservation, "While we make every effort to honor our
guests' requests, we cannot guarantee that one of the renovated
rooms will be available. If you prefer to stay at the Dolphin
wing, please let us know and we will be glad to make that change."
This is a kind "honeymoon we never
had" for us; if I considered it a regular vacation, I
would be inclined to take my discounted rate, make my request
for a renovated room, and roll with what happens. But this
trip is special for us and so we have opted to switch to the
Yacht club - more money but I am also feel much more comfortable
as I anticipate our WDW experience later this year.
Thanks again for the great site!
You'll enjoy the Yacht Club very much. It's a top notch resort.
|Amy writes: Brian,
Hi! We (me and my family of 5) recently returned from a trip
to WDW. We had what can only be described as a nightmarish trip,
with one complication after another due to poor communication
/ customer service between the resorts, parks and dining.
Do you know who I would write to in
regard to this? I have written a nine page letter explaining
everything that occurred and will be mailing it registered
mail, but would like it to go to someone that will use it
best and hopefully if I ever decided to go back, won't run
into these same situations. I was thinking somewhere along
the lines of Michael Eisner, but with Disney Corporation doing
so poorly these days (Not that I wouldn't love to tell him
where to start fixing this problem) I'm sure he has much bigger
fish to fry, then my bad trip to WDW. A friend of mine recommended
your site to find where I would write to but I'm not that
much of an internet guru and would like to get this in the
Thanks for all of your help!
PS I just love your site, it gave us
a lot of insight!!!
I would suggest that you send your letter to:
P.O. Box 10040
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830-0040
Sorry you had a bad trip. :(
|Elmer (who happens to
have the same last name as I do) writes: Brian, cousin Elmer
here! Just kidding, we share the same last name "Bennett."
Great site, review it everyday from
work, you won't tell my boss will you?
We are now empty nesters and finally
can afford to stay at the Contemporary, we will be renting
a car at the airport, I think it will be faster to travel
by car from the Contemporary to the Animal Kingdom Lodge resort
for dinner at Boma.
Question: I have been told that the
Contemporary now charges for valet parking and if you use
it upon arrival, you will be charged $6.00 or $8.00 for every
day of your stay, even if the car is never moved. Is this
To avoid this, you have to park the
car yourself at check in, get a parking permit, go back to
the car and put in in the window?
While I have you. Can you get a more
desirable room (view) by faxing the resort at the beginning
of the week of your arrival?
Thanks, keep up the good work.
|Howdy Cousin! :)
You will, indeed, be charged the $6.00 fee for every day
that the car is in the lot.
One neat thing (if you can call it that) is that if you use
Valet parking on any given day, your receipt will give you
"free" valet parking at any of the other resorts
that same day. That might be handy if you plan to do any resort
I'd suggest you check
out this page, and scroll down to the "room controller"
section. Calling in your requests does seem to work (I do
it myself, in fact), and I would assume that faxing would
help too... but I'd prefer to talk to a live person. :)
|Ed writes: Like everyone
else, love the web site!
We'll being arriving 6/19 and I've
heard that the new version of BLAST! called SHOCKWAVE will
be playing in Epcot. Have you heard anything more on this,
and will there be a Dinner/reserve seating package available?
|and Mandy asks:
I've been following the site for the
last few months to help plan a trip for December of 2003 and
have a few minor questions.
- Are the two improv troupes still
at Epcot? (United Kingdom and Wonders of Life)
- Is a performance schedule available
- How is the clubs at Pleasure Island
(I'm 22 soon to be 23)
- Is the Fish & Chips stand in
the UK open still?
|Ed (and Mandy),
I'd suggest you check out Steve
Soares excellent site with WDW Entertainment Schedules.
This site is excellent for deciding what shows and acts to
try to catch even before you leave home!
On Mandy other questions, I wrote:
I'm not a club person, so I can't be of much help on PI,
but I know there's a great Yahoo Club on PI that you might
want to check into.
Finally, yes, the Yorkshire County Fish Shop is alive and
|Tracey asks: Brian:
We are planning to do a character breakfast at the Polynesian
in August. I know they issue you temporary parking permits at
the gatehouse for this purpose. If we pay for parking at the
main entrance, can we leave the car all day without fear of
towing if we display the paid parking permit along with the
My other thought is, can we park in
the valet parking all day at the resort with the temporary
permit without trouble?
Thanks for your site. There's a lot
of great info here!
If you pay the valet parking, you can leave your car as long
as you want -- even without that temporary pass. The temporary
passes are only for those folks that are using self-parking
(and, in some cases, are trying to avoid the fees at the main
|Carol asks: Hi Brian!
I'm fairly new to MousePlanet. It seems to be the best place
to get up-to-date info. I want to thank you for the "heads
up" on the Very Merry Christmas Party. We already bought
our tickets. However, when I searched the official Disney site
nothing popped up about it. It's always interesting to me that
if you e-mail Disney with a question, they refer you to their
web site. I guess it would work if the web site was updated.
I was wondering if you had any info
on the Candlelight Procession. I saw it a couple of years
ago at Disneyland and would now like to see it at Disney World.
I do know that "Holidays Around the World at Epcot"
will be running from November 29 - December 30 this year.
That includes the Candlelight Processional, but when I called
recently (about a week ago) to ask about dining reservations
for the Candlelight, I was told that those packages wouldn't
be available for reservations until mid-August.
|In the kind of note that
I just love to get, Michelle wrote: Brian, This is an absolutely
outstanding web site - I can't believe I will need to look anywhere
else for information now I have found you!! Well done.
|Thank you very much for the kind comments. :)
|And another kind note
from Sue: Brian, Hi! We are going to WDW in August, and
recently found your site. I LOVE WDW! I could go every year,
however my family thinks I am crazy!!! Your site is terrific!
I have found so many wonderful ideas and hints! Thank you for
putting this together.
|Thanks for the kind words, Sue. :)
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always gotten email about the WDW Trip Planning Guide, but since we added
form to the site several months ago, the number of questions has increased
dramatically! I do my best to answer each and every question personally,
but I've noticed that a lot of the questions are asked again and again.
The question that one person asks might very well be the question that
someone else is wondering about. Thus this page!
reader email and feedback every once in a while, because the question
someone else asks might be the same one you're thinking about yourself!