Yes, but make sure you work with one that specializes in Disney. I use the travel sponsor for this forum, @Kingdom Konsultant .
What I like most is once I book with them, I am done. There is no searching for discount codes or banging the phone at the wee hours of the morning trying to get...
I have 4 more families that you can add to that list.
My wife and I have always loved Disney. We all but raised out three kids in the parks. Those three kids are now adults with families of their own. This last round of "pay for what used to be included" has been the last straw for all of us...
This has been my experience anytime I have checked on trains as a transportation option. I would even take a negligible hit in time vs driving, but 2-3 times the travel time and 2-3 times the cost; no sale.
I often say that my house is the result of 2 nerds with similar interests getting married. There is no voice of reason to say "Maybe 120+ snow globes is too much" or " The original "Revenge of the Jedi" one-sheet should not be the focal point of the living room."
The view is not quite as good as the center of the hub, but it is a good view.
The great thing about the dessert party is all of the regular BS you have to go through to view fireworks anywhere else is gone.
No camping out for 2 hours only to have a 7' tall NBA player step in front of you 3...
Yes. In some cases, the system will not even process a reservation that large. Most of Disney's restaurants are just not set up for parties that size.
I would call to make your dining reservations as you may need to break the group up into as many as 4 parties. (4, 4, 4 and 2)