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Old 10-06-2012, 12:53 PM   #1
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Liberty Tree Tavern or Ohana...or neither!

We are thinking of canceling our Ohana reservation on Monday October 22 in order to stay in Magic Kingdom for Wishes at 9. Our Ohana reservation is at 940. Would we be able to make it?

Our other option would be Liberty Tree Tavern at 8. Would we be able to see anything here? Is it good? My boyfriend is gonna be so sad to miss out on Ohana though!
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Old 10-06-2012, 12:59 PM   #2
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Wishes lasts about 15 minutes, and then you have to allow for time to get out of the park and onto the boat or monorail, then over to the Poly. You would really be pushing it to make that ressie if you wanted to stay in the park for the show, and if it were me I wouldn't attempt it...even if I watched the show from the train station at the front of the park. LTT will offer very limited viewing, if any, of the fireworks. I would suggest keeping your ressie at Ohana and watching the show from the beach at the Poly beforehand. Then you can just stroll on over to check in for dinner.
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Old 10-06-2012, 01:06 PM   #3
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I agree with parkhopping. I highly doubt that you could make your Ohana ADR in time if you were watching Wishes from the park.

A LTT ADR at that time would mean that you were probably still eating when Wishes starts. Or if you were done in time, you wouldn't have a very good view from Liberty Square.
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Old 10-06-2012, 03:00 PM   #4
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It's likely you'd still be in LTT, or just walking out when wishes starts. And, because of where LTT is located in the park, you'll be in a not-so-prime location to see the show.

As parkhopping suggests, a better option would be to got to the Poly early and head towards the beach. The beach view of wishes is pretty good. When it's over, around 9:15, you can casually make your way to 'Ohana.
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It's likely you'd still be in LTT, or just walking out when wishes starts. And, because of where LTT is located in the park, you'll be in a not-so-prime location to see the show.

As parkhopping suggests, a better option would be to got to the Poly early and head towards the beach. The beach view of wishes is pretty good. When it's over, around 9:15, you can casually make your way to 'Ohana.
I agree with Craig. Dont miss out on LTT if possible though as it a good meal also
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Old 10-06-2012, 08:26 PM   #6
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I would leave MK early and watch Wishes from the beach at the Poly. It is our favorite spot to watch Wishes. You can hang out on a lounge chair and relax while you watch and then make your way to 'Ohanas.
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