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    Isn't that always the way though, the minority of people ruin it for lots of others I know 12 and 13 year olds, that would be responsible in the parks on their own. I think 14 is too old personally.









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    I think it applies to everything in life really

















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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 305312
    I think it applies to everything in life really
    Oh definitely.









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    I must admit, though I've seen terrible behaviour at Disney, it's not been from kids on their own. In fact I'd say I've seen much less of that than in normal life.

    Generally the bad behaviour comes from parents telling their brats to go to the front of the queue and call them forward and the like. The rest of the bad behaviour tends to come from the adults

    I'm not the most kiddie tolerant I know, but when I HAVE seen kids on their own, they've seemed to take it pretty seriously IMHO for example I saw a young girl, 12 or 13 I'd guess, guiding two younger kids into the town hall at the magic kingdom and she was doing a much better job of controlling them than the adults who were there with kids
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    I must agree with you Keith! We went to Le Cellier a few years back and there were 4 boys eating alone. They were probably early teens. They were all so well behaved and polite. They also immensely enjoyed their steaks lol







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    I've just been sent an update on this and the following are included in the new Age Requirements:

    • Magic Kingdom Park
    • Epcot
    • Disney’s Hollywood Studios
    • Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park
    • Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park
    • Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
    • DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park









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    A friend is someone who is always there and will always, always care.
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