[QUOTE=WishUponAStar;948714]Welp, when we go to WDW we make 1 ADR for every night. We’re not big breakfast eaters, counter service is fine for us at lunchtime, but we both need to sit down for a nice dinner & ‘collect our thoughts.’ :laugh: I am pretty dilligent about making one dinner ADR for EVERY day of our trip 'cause I just refuse to walk up & wait; I also like to know what I am looking forward too. If we had the luxury of going during the slow times of the year I may leave a couple dinners to surprise BUT when you have to go during school holidays it’s hard NOT to be anxious about making ADRs.
That being said, I can understand WHY people make a zillion ADRs but it’s just not good for me; I could never eat a sit down breakfast and being functioning in the parks afterwards. :laugh:[/QUOTE]
This is us too. We usually eat a light breakfast. I’ll bring breakfast bars or fruit with us to the room. We have an early lunch at a CS and evening/dinner ADR’s are a must for us. I like to have my evening meals planned and during free dining it is a must.
We visited in Feb. for DH’s birthday. We were not on the DP, we were going to do all CS, then we and decided last minute to try to get into O’Hana for his birthday dinner. We waited about an hour and a half to eat. Fortunately Poly had comfortable seating to wait and we enjoyed spending some time looking around he resort.
My only complaint about people making a lot of ADR’s is that they forget to cancel the ones they are not going to use. If they would do that it would open up tables for walk-up’s and same day reservation makers.