Disney World devotee SUE FARRELL from Cheshire beat thousands of applicants to win a place on the Walt Disney World Moms Panel, an online forum for those planning a visit to the Florida resort. Here, she answers your questions
HOW DID YOU GET ON THE MOMS PANEL?
I have applied every year since it started five years ago and have reached the "finals" twice before.
I love Walt Disney World and have been visiting for more than 30 years since my late teens and I enjoy it more every time I go.
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The Moms Panel sounded like my dream job, working from the comfort of my own home, answering questions about my favourite place.
The selection process starts in September and comprises three rounds with questions, essays and even a telephone interview with Disney executives.
I also had to make a 60-second video of myself talking about my favourite Disney World memory.
Once I was chosen I had to attend a five-day training visit before we went "live" on the website.
I'M THINKING ABOUT VISITING WITH MY FAMILY. WHERE SHOULD I START?
I would recommend having a look at disney.go.com and also at mydisneyworldplanner.co.uk which has lots of useful information for visitors from the UK.
From this website you can also order a free, very useful planning book called The Little Big Book of Magic.
When you have looked through all these planning tools come to the Moms Panel and ask us any specific questions you may have.
WHAT ARE THE MUST-DOS?
I think every one of the theme parks at Disney World is worth a visit.
From Magic Kingdom and Epcot to Hollywood Studios, there is something for everyone.
There are the really big attractions such as The Twilight Zone Tower Of Terror or Splash Mountain, Expedition Everest and Test Track or gentler experiences such as Spaceship Earth and the Walt Disney World Railroad.
Meet and have your photo taken with Mickey and the characters or experience the two water parks Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon and take some time to shop at Downtown Disney, the shopping, dining and entertainment district with its own Cirque du Soleil show.
I would also strongly recommend booking a dining experience with the characters. My favourite is Chef Mickey's at Disney's Contemporary Resort.
WHERE DO YOU SUGGEST STAYING?
If you stay at Walt Disney World Resort you will be immersed in the magic and everything is close by.
There are more than 20 hotels to choose from here, catering for everyone's taste and budget.
You'll also receive benefits such as extra hours at the theme parks, use of the Disney Transportation System and complimentary shuttle from the airport on Disney's Magical Express.
Comfortable footwear as you will do a lot of walking. Also, do your research and plan your days so that you make the most of your visit but understand that it's impossible to see and do everything in one go.
Ensure you spend time relaxing, such as at the pool or maybe shopping.
It's a good idea to break your day, return to your hotel for a swim or for some lunch and go back to the parks for the late afternoon or evening feeling refreshed.
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STRANGEST QUESTION YOU'VE BEEN ASKED?
Nothing so far but no question is too challenging, too ridiculous or too strange. If I don't know the answer, someone else on the panel certainly will.
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