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Old 12-29-2012, 09:36 PM   #16
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Animal kingdom we can do in a day, and the studios also. We have never tried in Epcot or magik kingdom. I'm sure it cam be done, but we prefer to take our time and try to enjoy everything. If you have to do any park in just one day, make a list of must dos just to make sure you hit all of your favorites.
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Old 12-30-2012, 01:09 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by mountdew1 View Post
Check out the "Ultimate Touring Plans Hall Of Fame" here -> http://touringplans.com/walt-disney-...e/hall-of-fame Should help to give you an idea of what can be done if you plan and are motivated.
You might find a familiar name listed pretty often there
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Old 12-30-2012, 01:22 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by Cheshire Figment View Post
Technically there is only one "ride" in all of Walt Disney World, and that is The Great Movie Ride at DHS. Everything else is attractions.

That said, attractions fall into two categories, usually referred to as shows and rides. A ride can be defined as an attraction where your seat is in motion for most of the time between the start and finish; and that is probably what you mean.

DHS - easily. Rock 'N Roller Coaster, Tower of Terror, Great Movie Ride, Star Tours, Toy Story Midway Mania.

Epcot - not so easily. Seas With Nemo and Friends, Living With The Land, Journey Into Imagination With Figment, Captain EO, Ellen's Energy Adventure, Mission Space, Test Track, Maelstrom, Three Caballeros. (A lot, but lines are usually short.)

Animal Kingdom - fairly easy. Dinosaur, Primeval Whirl, Expedition Everest, Train to/from Conservation Station, Kali River Rapids.

Magic Kingdom - good luck.
I wouldn't include Captain EO in this list and I would include the Kiliminjaro safari and triceratops spin.

MK - train, jungle cruise, aladdin, pirates, BtMRR, splash mountain, HM, IASW, Peter Pan, Carousel, VotLM, Dumbo, Pooh, Barnstormer, Tomorrowland Speedway, Teacups, People Mover, space mountain, carousel of progress, and Buzz Lightyear (and Tom Sawyer rafts and/or paddle boat)
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You might find a familiar name listed pretty often there
Wonder who that would be......... = p
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Old 12-30-2012, 11:55 AM   #20
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The only park I have ever had a problem doing 'everything' was Epcot. Only because we take our time and walk through each country.

But other than that, I have never had a problem doing each 'attraction' or ride (whatever you want to call it) at the other parks. Some are fastpassed, some we just wait for. We do NO planning or anything crazy. Just wing it.

Typically, we travel in Oct or Nov. Never crazy busy times, but not empty either. It is completely doable. Go and have fun!!!
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