I’ll post them all here. Please give me your thoughts. We’re traveling last week of June (hot!), with two young children (8 & 5) both of whom have high-functioning special needs (Sensory Processing Disorder, Autism). We want normal bedtimes - which means we want to be back at the house by 8 each night. Staying off-site. My kids will go nuts over meeting characters, so while the main characters they want to meet are: (son): Donald, Goofy, Mickey, Minnie (daughter) Anna, Elsa, Cinderella, Daisy, Tinker Bell, Peter Pan, they’ll want to meet every one they can. So suggestions on how to work those in would be nice.
I’m not sure on how much down time, either. We plan on packing picnic lunches as much as possible. We don’t want to burn up a lot of time with long ADRs etc… yet, we need breaks too. We plan on probably just snacking around the WS in Epcot.
So, day 1, Epcot (we want the morning to sleep in):
I’ve put most of the countries down twice, just to allow for a more realistic time alotment.
Day 2: Magic Kingdom:
We plan on watching the FoF parade from Frontierland, so I figure the 35 minutes it’s giving us, plus the “12” minute walking time (since it assumes we’d be walking back up front) should be enough to snag a good spot?? We plan on eating our packed lunch on Tom Sawyer’s Island.
Day 4: Epcot
Day 5: Animal Kingdom
Day 7: Magic Kingdom
Day 8: Hollywood Studios
Not sure if we should drop Voyage so we can fit in Character Palooza? We don’t want an early morning arrival since the night before we’re doing Wishes. Kids (we) will be exhausted. DH really doesn’t want today to be a long park day.