What’s it like to work with a travel agent? Who do they think should use the Disney Dining Plan?
I have an interview today with travel agent Cheryl Koren, where she gives her thoughts on that.
I also have a quick tip for on-site guests to make sure they get to make all of their dining reservations 180 days before their trip begins.
These are notes from this episode. There’s much more info included in the audio so be sure to listen to the episode for a better explanation.
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Q & A with Cheryl Koren
Some things mentioned in this episode:
- Trip video from Andrew, who used Cheryl as his agent and this site to plan.
Quick tip of the day
For people staying on-site who want to make dining reservations 180 days ahead of time for their whole trip, I recommend logging completely out of the Disney website and then logging back in to make sure the dates for your whole trip are available to you.
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