What is a cute way to surprise my daughter?
I was thinking that when my daughter turns 6, my wife and I would take her to Disney World. We would be leaving the day before her birthday, and that day we will just take it easy at the hotel. The next day, her birthday, we would start our adventure at the parks. I just need to find a cute way to surprise her. Thanks.
You can draw a treasure map and have her looking all over the house to have her find the tickets or a just a mickey doll Hope your family has a great time, I’ve been to disney every year since I was 4 and absolutely love it
What is a good online program to plan a trip?
Driving from Houston,TX to Orlando, FL for Disney world, and want to plan a trip out complete with stops
for the whole family.
This is the highest rated online program for planning a trip:
RTA Rating: 4+
On February 20, 2007 the proprietary TripTik program, previously only available to Automobile Association of America club members, was made available to the public free of charge. Since our first trials in 2005, the program has been greatly improved and draws upon several key informational databases (AAA, NAVTEQ, TCS, ESRI, etc.) to deliver an online mapping and planning program that is currently the best available. Of all of the programs we have tested thus far, TripTik returned the most useful attraction and lodging information for the test route. The program was able to locate and map cities (even when spelled incorrectly), and the mapping program itself is very fast and intuitive. We especially like the ease with which intermediate destination points can be rearranged on the trip plan. This program also automatically formats a trip plan that can be printed and taken on the trip. The “Overview Directions” format is easily the best we have ever worked with. Because AAA has a built-in reservations module, it was easy to drill down and find lodging choices at all of our test destinations, and we found the reservation booking program simple to use. The reason we did not give this program our highest rating is that there are still some remaining technical glitches. One of the potentially outstanding tools is the “Modify Route” device that is supposed to allow a user to use “point and click” to add a new destination to the map and the trip planner. We were able to activate the tool and even get some of routing information to display, but we could not get that information added to the trip plan. Worse, we found it nearly impossible to end the use of that tool. On the plus side, the detail that the program provided about scenic drives and special attractions was outstanding. This is not quite the “Holy Grail” of trip planners, but it is much farther along the continuum than any of the other free web-based trip planning tools.
What is the quietest building at Pop Century?
My husband and I are taking our tenth trip to Disney World at the end of October and staying at Pop Century resort for the first time. We are not going to have children with us this trip, don’t care about being close to a pool, and will be driving our own vehicle to and from the parks, so don’t need to be close to a bus stop. What we’re looking for is the quietest building in the resort (and we do understand that since this is a Value resort, there will be lots of families with children). Any suggestions? Thanks!
Your best bet would be the 90′s or 80′s as they are furthest from the main pool/lobby area. Disney does kid friendly activities every day from 1-3 at the main pool and it gets kinda loud, so just avoid those rooms (50′s-70′s….they are preferred rooms anyway, so now you don’t have to pay the extra $). You can call Disney and tell them that you want a room on the back side of the 80′s building. They will accomodate you if at all possible. Here’s a site with a map of Pop Century so you can see what I’m talking about. Http://www.wdwinfo.com/maps/PopCenturyMap.pdf
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