I'm starting to plan out my days at MK and HS. It'll be MK on Wed 4/10 and HS on Friday 4/12. These are the recommended parks according to easyWDW. It'll be myself and my significant other. We are offsite and can only afford 1 day at each park. We won't be making any ADR as we will just try to manage with counter food or whatever food carts they have. It'l also be the first time at both parks. We want to do pretty much every ride except for ones like tea cups and hall of presidents. We're willing to be in a go go go mentality, but also want to enjoy the magic without feeling rushed. My plan and questions below MK - arrive ahead of rope drop. We would like to watch the opening show so won't be near the turnstiles - we want to see ETwB, and it is recommended to be the first stop at rope drop but at the same time it can be the least efficient when wanting to do as much as possible. Is it ok to leave this later on in the day? If so, is it better to head straight to space mountain/splash mountain? Or Peter Pan's Flight? - At this point I'm all flustered lol... I guess it's hard to plan out everything when you're unsure of what the very first thing you want to do is... really wish i could have 2 days at MK, would make things easier..... HS - this is a lot easier to plan out as its not as overwhelming as MK. Of course first stop would be TSM - then head over to ToT and RnR and grab fastpasses for whichever. Outside of TSM, ToT, and RnR I think everything else shouldn't be so bad, correct? We should be able to cover most if not all the attractions in a day as well as go to a few character meet and greets. grabbing quick food for lunch and dinner shouldn't be too bad right? Sit down meals, although nice, would be inefficient for us and we're not too picky... we'll enjoy a nice meal on an off day didn't think planning could be so stressful... and we're not even bringing kids!