Ask a travel agent, I know there are places that will rent a scooter (did it for my dad) but not sure the vendors, we used a travel agent for the trip that took care of the details
Try your local fire department..sometimes they loan them out at least here in my town they do. or a rental company or even call Disney and see if they will rent it to you for the entire stay to get to and from the hotels or if the hotel you are staying at can suggest a rental place that they work with. - yellowtonka237.6 #1133 1-13-12 2:05PMLike Reply
I think that would be the only place to rent a motorized scooter...haven't heard of any other places. - JenInWonderland1025.1 #86 1-13-12 2:08PMLike Reply
Should call my scooter guy. He's in san diego but sometimes delivers to disneyland. When I rented one he said $35/day or $69/3 days text me.if you want his number! - ImAlwaysCrazy646.4 #166 1-14-12 12:18AMLike Reply
Here is the companies web page! They are called mobility source. http://www.mobility-source.com/Welcome.html - ImAlwaysCrazy646.4 #166 1-14-12 12:33AMLike Reply
I have never eaten at Goofy's Kitchen but everyone I know that has raves about it. I do agree that Storytellers likely has the best/most "rare" characters from my experience, and Plaza Inn is hit/miss with the rare characters.
Haven't been to goofy's, but plaza inn is good for hitting the parks ASAP. The characters we saw a couple weeks ago were: max, Minnie, chip and dale, tigger and pooh, rafiki, capt hook, and I've also seen the fairy godmother. - bluefairy627.0 #173 1-12-12 8:51PMLike(1) Reply
We just did Storyteller's and Plaza Inn last month, and Plaza Inn was SO MUCH better. So many characters that it was almost hard to eat. Never been to Goofy's, but everyone in our party (14 in all) gave Plaza Inn a thumb's up! - nelsonzz401.3 #329 1-12-12 9:56PMLike(1) Reply
I don't think I can single anything out... Whatever I happen to be walking past at the moment... I don't even have to be hungry and the aroma of *fill in name of yummy DL food item here* gets me every time!
Ooooooh, I forgot - also crave the clam chowder sourdough bread bowl. *drooling now* - Alicewhoareyou535.8 #209 1-12-12 8:29PMLike(2) Reply
I totally agree, have your list of things you don't want to miss, but be prepared to be flexible depending on what is happening while you're there. Have fun!
both are great ideas. have a plan/list of must do's but also be willing to do things spur of the moment like...hop on the Mark Twain bc it's about to take off, grab a Dole whip in the Tiki Room queue area (not the long line outside of it) and maybe Maynard will be working- get a pic! - HandMeAChurroImmaFaint1759.6 #43 1-12-12 7:51PMLike(5) Reply
Oh and it was my 5 year old's Bday. She was in her $100 princess dress and her $60 make over from the then "Club Libby Lu." I kept thinking she is going to puke and ruin her whole Bday outfit and we have to do lunch at Ariel Grotto.
- bugsmom1208211.1 #1469 1-12-12 11:17PMLike Reply
Ugh.... Libby Lu! my daughter used to spend hours in that place! - donnievegas1127.5 #72 1-12-12 11:28PMLike Reply
Yay! Hope you have a fantastic vacation! May the days speed by for you :)
Don't you just love countdowns 😊 the anticipation gets me all jumpy lol - rbeezy653.5 #159 1-12-12 7:19PMLike(1) Reply
Heheheh I have the same thing!!! But mines down to 2 days!!!! :DDD the countdown is one of the best parts, mouse wait really does do the trick! The radio and YouTube rides :))) happy waiting, I'm excited for you!(: - AvidDisneyThrifter220825.1 #111 1-12-12 7:20PMLike(1) Reply
I prefer the ones that came out during Disney's "renaissance" (1989-1999) the movies from The little mermaid through Tarzan. And LILO & Stitch and Pixar movies! - rbeezy653.5 #159 1-12-12 7:08PMLike(3) Reply
i feel like pixar tends to imbue the human element a bit more (see the end of toy story 3, first 10 min of UP--omg), but all disney films are enjoyable. loved tangled, it felt like watching the old school animations like pocahontas and aladdin when they first came out :) - davycroch3t169.5 #2012 1-13-12 1:31AMLike Reply
Gotta define older for me. I saw The Little Mermaid when it debuted in theaters so I consider the movies from that period to current to be "newer". My little brother's first movie was Toy Story so Aladdin is an older movie to him. Anyways, I prefer pre Pixar movies although I do enjoy them. - mandigutterrose156.4 #2201 1-13-12 1:40AMLike Reply