Originally Posted by Jperiod
I'll be there the 12th. I have an AP, but i plan to bring our hotel reservations hoping they'll give us a card for the full week. I'm also nervous about going back and forth to the kiosks. Sure, I'm able-bodied, but that's a lot of extra walking over the coarse of a week! And the little rides, will I have to go to the kiosk, just to be told I can go straight to the ride? Or if we walk by a short ride, can we just go on? **!
DS has autism and the thing I'm worried most about is his lack of executive function. He's used to touring the parks on his terms for the past 4 years. He sees a ride, we go on, that's it. But to have to decide a ride in advance, then come back to that ride from what we're currently doing... That's why we've only been on RSR twice since it opened. I've been trying to prep him, but he doesn't really get it.
I was thinking about buying a touring plan. If i can steer us to go during certain times or in a certain order minimizing crowds, maybe the waits will be low enough we don't have to mess with return times?
If you see a short wait, you can always enter the standard queue (and you can see these queues for a lot of Fantasyland rides). I am not sure if they will make you check in for rides with low waits, or if they will just tell you when you get the ID "If the posted wait time is less than 15 minutes, then you do not need a time". I am not sure, but this is the type of info we hope to get from Disney as soon as we can.