Strategy - 2 days, 2 adults, best of the 4 parks We will be at WDW this spring for a family reunion. Two members of our party will only be able to visit for the weekend. (Un)fortunately for my planning purposes, the weekend happens to be a Star Wars weekend, which is throwing a wrench in my DHS plans. Some info about the couple visiting just for the weekend: --active, in their 60s --have not visited WDW in 25 yrs --well-traveled --"foodies" --nostalgic about classic Disney magic --animal lovers (they are excited about AK) I'm trying to figure out a plan for them to see the best of the best of WDW in 2 days. Obviously they will only see a fraction of all Disney has to offer, but I'd like to leave them with a good impression so they'll want to return with us for a longer trip soon. As part of that good impression, I'm trying to balance seeing a good number of attractions with taking the parks at a focused but reasonable pace. They will arrive late the evening before what I've designated as "Day 1." My current plan is as follows - ARRIVAL NIGHT [night before DAY 1] Late dinner at Jiko DAY 1 Morning: AK at RD [Kilimanjaro Safaris; EE; walk some of the trails] Lunch: early at a resort? or DTD? Midday break Early evening: MK until park close [Pirates; BTMRR; Haunted Mansion; Small World; Peter Pan; Pooh; Buzz Lightyear] DAY 2 Morning: DHS at RD [Muppets; TSM; GMR & anything else we have time for] Lunch: Sci-Fi (a family favorite) Midday break Evening: Epcot [Soarin'; Gran Fiesta Tour; Maelstrom; movies at Canada & France; finish up the night by walking WS & watching Illuminations while we snack] My main questions are: 1. Does anyone have ideas about getting through DHS efficiently on a Star Wars weekend when we'll be touring with people who are not interested in Star Wars? Unfortunately I won't have the option of visiting DHS with them during the week because they are only there over the weekend. 2. Also, ideas for a good lunch on their first day between AK & MK? It can be a big meal since we'll probably just snack at the MK for dinner. We are all foodies & enjoy going beyond standard burger & fries fare. It can also be at DTD or a resort since we'll have a car. 3. Anything you think should be added/subtracted from the "must see" attractions I'm trying to get them to? They are not particularly interested in big thrill rides, so things like ToT and RnRC won't be on their "must see" list. 4. Any other tips or ideas for us? Thanks!!