Ideas for 8 day 7 night trip to disney.

Shannon - posted on 07/10/2011 ( 1 mom has responded )




I have a 12 year son and a 10 year old girl. I am also going with my 5 year niece. What are things they can do together. Why are they places to eat and go shopping so where it is not too expensive. Just about how much extra money I should bring.


Jennifer - posted on 07/10/2011




When we went, it was really nice. We rented a house in Kissimmee (spelling?). We drove down, so had a vehicle with us everyday to drive to the park, but my parents also rented one, so that would work too. I liked it, because at the end of the day when we were all tired, we could go back to the house, relax, and enjoy the pool and hot tub that each place had of its own. Also, since it was a house, we could cook our own breakfasts and suppers if we didn't want to spend so much at the park. Everyday for lunch, we took a cooler with sandwiches and chips, fruit, veggies, whatever. We also put a lot of bottled water in the cooler and just pushed it around in a stroller. All the rides have places to put a stroller, and noone bothered it in any way. When I was a lot younger, we stayed at the camp ground in their house trailors. Those were really nice, and once again we could cook our own breakfasts and suppers. Also, on the campground, we didn't need a car, because they have transportation from there to the parks for you. If you want to buy shirts or other suveniers, you can buy them there at Disney, or you can go just a little bit away to just about any store, and they will have the same things for a lot cheaper. If I remember any thing else, I will post, but that is all I can remember for now.

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