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April 11, 2008

Disney update: More food, fun for families

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6. If you’ll be there more than three or four days, invest in the Water Park Fun & More option. I still haven’t gotten to indulge in all the entertainment in this package, but if I’m lucky, I should complete the goal the next time we go. The water parks alone are worth it!

7. Enjoy some of the Disney restaurants, and make reservations early! Most restaurants will take reservations as much as 180 days in advance (although one of our faves, Bistro de Paris, will only do it 30 days out). Don’t wait until you get there, or you may be disappointed.

8. Use the itinerary planner on Disney’s Web site. That way you can get an idea of all the attractions available, and which ones you won’t want to miss.

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