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Family magic tour

Discussion in 'Walt Disney World Trip Planning' started by Vikki, Apr 22, 2012.

  1. Vikki

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    Has anyone done this? If we go next year (fingers crossed), I think Ben would absolutely love it. He'd be 6. Would it be something Ava could do too? She'd be 2 years 8 months....
    I just think the next time we went, Ben would be either 8 or 9 and might be a bit old. It wouldn't be a problem just one of us going with him if Ava was too young, although obviously I'd prefer if we could all do it.
     
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    It is. Reading his trippie just reminded me :lol:
     
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    :) it sounds really good and I bet Ava would love it with some help from her big brother!


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    I think it sounds like a fun tour for both to do :yes:
     
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    Nine years is definitely NOT too old to do that tour. Our 9 year old grand children LOVED it.
     
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    Really? What sort of average age would you say the kids on the tour were?
     
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    Donna and I both think that they were between 9 and 10, some younger, some older. It is quite a bit of walking.
     
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    :yes: thats the one...it was a great tour. I think the ages would be up to about 12....there is alot of walking. I only stayed halfway through the tour; there is a break midway. Stephen was having a hard time understanding why we were passing by attractions and not going on them. We did the Hunny Pot ride and that appeased him for a bit, but then he caught sight of the Tea Cups and he really wanted to go on them. I think that you could do it as a whole family, but you will pay for all of you. It might be better to have one of you do the tour with Ben and the other take Ava on some rides and meet up after for lunch.


     

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