I can't answer that for you, but you can see Wishes from the beach at Ft. Wilderness. (Unfortunately, not from the campfire/movie area.)Didn't know the others had campfires as well. Wildnerness Lodge has movies on the beach and Contemporary has movies in the main pool area..
You can't see wishes from the WL beach, can you?
I could have sworn that I read that they replaced the masks with some kind of Duffy colouring thing. We haven't done kidcot in a long time (whose brilliant idea was it to give sharpies to kids?) so I haven't paid attention.** While at Epcot your child will get the chance to make a mask in the kidcot stations in Worldshowcase. In every country he/she can get a charm to hang on the mask
Yes, Duffy the Bear has replaced the "masks" but, really, it's the same thing. A cardboard cutout that can be colored with indelible ink.I could have sworn that I read that they replaced the masks with some kind of Duffy colouring thing. We haven't done kidcot in a long time (whose brilliant idea was it to give sharpies to kids?) so I haven't paid attention.
I don't think they allow this anymore??If you ride the monorail, try to get in the first car, even if you can't get a ride in the nose, the engineer usually will give your kids a free trading card.
We had a nice conversation with a monorail CM this week who told us that the monorail is regulated the Florida Dept. of Transpo and that Disney has petitioned them five times to allow guests to ride in the front. Since the monorail is considered transportation and not a ride, the FDOT will not allow guests to ride in the front. The CM doesn't know if Disney will continue to petition FDOT, but he hopes they do!Sitting in the front of the monorail. They stopped after the deadly accident a couple of years ago.
Yes when we were there in Sept they did them. Just ask every once in a while someone was out of them once the CM felt so bad they gave DD a pin instead. You can also get them at the little info booth at MK near the buses and boats.But they still do the trading cards, yes?