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What's new on the discussion board: Mixing Disney and Universal on the same trip, plus character dining for older kids

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Published: May 13, 2010 at 7:50 AM

Here are this week's top new threads on the Theme Park Insider Discussion Board:

Here's a basic, yet essential, questions: Which park should I visit first in Orlando? Plus, what about Staying in a Disney's hotel and visit Universal and Sea World?

Joe Brown wants to know where is the Character dining for older kids? (Think Darth Vader, not Cat in the Hat.)

Anyway able to offer any advice on the Disney Quick Service Dining Plan?

Sara M asks if anyone knows what it is the 2010 Universal Coupon Book.

I'm planning to visit Orlando next month and ask what you'd like to see me write about for the site while I'm there.

Tim Casagrande asks Theme Park Insider readers to share their thoughts and expectations for Knott's Halloween Haunt 2010.

A Theme Park Insider reader wants to know Are Men Bigger Theme Park Addicts Than Women?

Update: I just wanted to let everyone know that I'm still reading through messages from folk interested in covering Halloween for us. I promise to start getting back to folks by the end of the week.

Readers' Opinions

From Pyra Dong on May 13, 2010 at 7:06 PM
Awww... this is the second time I've been mentioned on the "what's new on the discussion board" as "a theme park insider reader..."-- awww... my name is "Pyra"-- really (ooookay, it's my nickname)! But that's what everyone calls me and that's what I respond to.

heehee, just ranting. That's all-- AND to draw attention to my discussion question wondering whether guys are bigger theme park addicts than women. I'm really curious.

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