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Old 12-02-2012, 02:51 PM   #1
Earning My Ears
Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: Lansing, MI
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New Fantasyland Touring Question w/GAC

My family will be going to Disney World from 12/16/12 to 12/21/12. We will be at MK on 12/19/12 to see Main Street Electrical Parade and Wishes.

My son is 6 years old and has Down syndrome. We get a GAC that allows us to use his stroller as a wheelchair. When we went two years ago it was invaluable. I've been doing a lot of research regarding touring, especially in Fantasyland, since it will be pretty busy the day we are there.

Most of what I have read is to make sure you get Fastpasses for Peter Pan's Flight first. However, if I recall correctly, this was a ride we got on pretty quickly with the GAC. Do you think we should get Fastpasses for Little Mermaid instead, and just go in the line for Peter Pan?

We will also be hitting all of the regulars (Belle, Goofy, Dumbo, Pooh, etc). We will be spending ALL morning, from RD, in Fantasyland and eating at Be Our Guest for lunch. We will probably be going back to MK the following day when it's a lot less busy, too.

Thanks for your thoughts!
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