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Episode 604 - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

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Hosts: Matt Hochberg, Mike Scopa & Mike Newell


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Episode 604 - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
Authored by: drallab96 on Friday, August 14 2009 @ 07:38 AM CDT
Another tip especially when you are splitting up with multiple families, is that everyone has their ticket, "Key to the World." My son has gone off with my sister-in-law, and we have to remember to send his ticket, especially if he is going to eat a meal or wants a snack while with them (when we are on dining), or so that he can get a Fastpass too. I usually keep my three kids and my ticket in my bag, so the kids don't lose them, but I have forgotten to send it with him, when we split up, and had to chase them down so that he has what he needs.
Episode 604 - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
Authored by: llastovica on Monday, August 17 2009 @ 12:56 PM CDT
Not necessarily a tip, but wanted to comment that I am a proponent of splitting up the group during at least part of the trip. On our first trip to The World, my parents came with us and paid for the kidís tickets. One day they took the kids to the parks and allowed my wife and me to spend one day alone enjoying WDW.

On our next trip we went with another couple. We each have three kids, making it a total of 10 people. It was great being able to do things together as a group. But, we also broke off a couple of times. We did boys/ girls, and we also spent one day apart with just our family.
Episode 604 - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
Authored by: AmyCesario on Friday, August 28 2009 @ 05:41 PM CDT
It was so cool that you decided to use one of the show ideas that I sent in! The last time we went to WDW I traveled with my parents in their 60's, myslef husband and another couple in their 30's along with children ages 17, 15, 10, 8, 5 and 18 months. Also one of the children (my nephew) is confined to a wheelchair. We did spend most of our days together and everyone seemed really happy. My parents took alot of breaks which helped with Travis and the baby. We also used Babyswap a ton. I think the biggest reason for our success was that I had everyone's prefrences and dislikes all in my spreadsheet and accounted for in my own touringplans.
Episode 604 - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
Authored by: disney_cjd on Thursday, September 10 2009 @ 06:02 AM CDT
Sorry MAtt but Rider Switch lets 3 people ride again via fastpass not 6.