|01-10-2013, 09:42 PM||#1|
Earning My Ears
Join Date: Jan 2013
First time for a couple of grown-ups...
My boyfriend and I are taking a quick trip to Disney (first time for both of us) next weekend and we'll only have about 2.5 days to play. We'd like to hit up most of the iconic Disney attractions but realize we'll have to cut out a lot (and probably an entire park.) I'm hoping the off-season short lines will still allow us to see and do quite a bit, though. Does the following plan sound the least bit realistic? If not, what should I cut out? Is there anything that I simply must do but haven't listed?
Friday 1/18: Epcot (2pm-11pm):
House of the Whispering Willows
Gran Fiesta Tour
Question: The web site lists a lot of performances (Off Kilter, Ziti Sisters, etc.) Are these things happening inside theaters or out in the open? Would I need to show up early and a get a seat? Or can I just saunter over and see what I can see?
Saturday 1/19: Magic Kingdom (9am-10pm)
Big Thunder Mountain
Splash Mountain (closed?)
Pirates of the Caribbean
Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin
Prince Charming's carousel
Dumbo the Flying Elephant
It's a Small World
Mad Tea Party
Magic Carpets of Aladdin
Carousel of Progress
Hall of Presidents
Also, I'd like to catch as many of the parades and fireworks as I can.
Question: How many fastpasses can I hold at once?
Sunday 1/20: Animal Kingdom (9am-??)
Discovery Island Trails
Maharajah Jungle Trek
Pangani Forest Exploration
The Oasis Exhibits
Tree of Life
Festival of the Lion
Question: Depending on how early we're done with Animal Kingdom, should we
a.) Go to Hollywood Studios for the Tower of Terror and maybe Toy Story Mania?
b.) Go back to Magic Kingdom (it's open until midnight)?
c.) Save the money on the park-hopper option and head back to the hotel to watch football?
Thanks in advance for your pro-tips and expert advise!
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