3. Fail to Make Dining Reservations:
Disney table-service experiences are extremely popular. Guests are able to start making reservations 180 days before their date of arrival, and there are many guests that are adamant about doing this. I am the same way. You don’t want to over plan your vacation, but if you know there are experiences that are must-sees for your family, it is highly recommended to make those reservations as soon as they are available. They you don’ t have to worry about anything and just show up 15 minutes before your reservation time. If don’t have a reservation, it is very likely that you won’t be able to get in at all or minimally you will wait for a while to be seated. This is precious fun time that you are missing out on. We all know that kids aren’t exactly the most patient beings, and then add to the fact that they have been waiting in lines all day and they are hungry… that is bound to end poorly. Save yourself the heartache and determine your 180 day mark and make your reservations early. You can always cancel them if plans change.