If you can't affford the Cinderella breakfast or dinner, can't get a reservation (as was our case), or simply don't want to spend the time on a character meal, I can tell you there is a great alternative for the young princess in your family at the Hall of Fame in Toontown. After a brief wait, our group of five (along with one other family) was escorted in to the room to meet Cinderella (it is my understanding that she is always one of the three princesses in attendance; the others are subject to change -- we met Snow White and Sleeping Beauty also). The other family raced through their photo ops, but we were able to linger a few minutes. This was indeed the royal treatment. The princesses spent time chatting with the kids and signing autographs. They were utterly charming. It was so beautiful seeing my 5-year-old niece interact with Cinderella (her favorite) that my sister-in-law and I were in tears. These were some truly magical moments for us.
11-09-2004 01:22 PM
Now there's girls melting on the beach....
(Yes, I break out in song all the time! But that's another thread.)
Sounds great. They always have great women who look a lot like the character.
Answers to FAQ: 1. Take a limo. 2. All holidays with schools off are busy days. 3. Fly into John Wayne if possible. 4. HMH: yes; HMH event: no (so far). 5. CM Matt gets 7/15! 6. Check weather.com. 7. Only if you're rich and Japanese. 8. Search for AP discount info on this site. 9. N/A 10. I dubbed him that, because he actually is one, versus his predecessors. 11. Alice, teacups, parades, and possibly Fantasmic! 12. $30 13. You shouldn't buy tickets for days that you are unconscious. 14. scottware.
The Toon Town Tent is a great place to meet characters. Our first time there we saw Cinderella there, Suze and Perla the mice.
This time we say Minnie Mouse, Aerial, and Donald Duck in one of the rooms since we had the Princesses already (thanks to CRT Breakfast) and we were going to be meeting The Pooh Characters at the Crystal Palace.
It is a great little set up. We only waited 10 minutes if that for Minnie and Aerial since it was during the parade. (Share A Dream Come True).
We only waited about 10 minutes for Mickey at the Judges Hall whatever right there too since we went during the parade.
A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes
Going back to WDW in December whoo hoo!!!