Whether you’re taking the extended for the holidays or celebrating as a couple for an anniversary, there’s a world of insider knowledge that can help make for an extra-special Disneyland or Disney World vacation.
Here are a few insider tips:
• For birthday boys and girls, don’t forget to pick up a birthday button at Guest Services, which gets you special recognition from cast members and characters.
• In-room baby-sitting services or resort-based child-care programs, such as Mouseketeer Clubhouse or The Neverland Club, are a great option for parents looking for a night out without the little ones.
• A theme-park “rider switch” policy gives both mom and dad a chance to enjoy the latest attractions without the double wait. A parent who waits with a young child while the other parent rides the attraction can get on the ride with minimal wait time once the first parent comes off.
• Young guests can don a chef’s jacket and toque for a quick culinary lesson in the free Junior Chef Program at Epcot and many of the Walt Disney World restaurants. Chefs assist kids in tossing a salad for their family, for instance, or decorating their own desserts. To participate, just ask a server.
Visit www.orbitz.com/Disney for more advice and tips from the Disney Insiders.
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