EPCOT_ECENTR1_7606906993James Cameron is back on the DAD Show this week, talking about his family vacation to Walt Disney World in February, which included 3 out of 4 family members participating in runDisney races. From a rough start to the vacation (hint: maybe the full-size spare is a good investment?), to magical moments in multiple theme parks, and the triumph of James completing his first runDisney Challenge, we get a great vacation narrative. James advances the argument that, even during construction, Disney’s Hollywood Studios remains a full-day theme park experience (and that at least some DHS Cast Members can recover gracefully from near disaster – like when a busy quick-service restaurant unexpectedly loses power).

The DAD Show is sponsored by Kingdom Strollers, Orlando’s Premium Stroller and Crib Rental source.

What are you best tips for mixing a regular family vacation in with a full runDisney experience? Is Disney’s Hollywood Studios still a full-day theme park experience for your family? Have a trip report you’d like to share? We’d love to hear about it! Email us at podcast@DisDads.com; tweet us at DisDadsPodcast on Twitter; and join in the online discussion of the podcasts on our DISDads Discussion Boards; and check out our DISDads Podcast Facebook page.

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