(Closed) Leaving for Disneyworld in ONE month…. any tips, must-sees or advice to avoid?

posted 6 years ago in Travel
Post # 4
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 1999

We are leaving in 1 week! When we get back I will give a trip review with all the places we ate and everything.

This is the site I mostly used along with the Passporter.

http://www.disboards.com/

 

Post # 5
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Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2012

If you go to Hollywood studios make a beeline for the toy story ride. If it’s not the first thing you hit you won’t get to ride it and it’s worth it

Post # 6
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

Give yourself 2 days to see Epcot.  It’s kind of like two parks in one with the futuristic part in the front and the World Showcase in the back.  Almost every country has a great restaurant there so depending on your type of food, I like Nine Dragons in China.  Get an alcoholic slushy in France if it’s warm enough!

Use the FASTPASS system to the fullest (you can read about it on the links above)… basically swipe it and you can come back at the time it gives you to get on a shorter line (kind of a jump the line pass).

I consider Hollywood Studios to be a half day park but if it’s your first time, you might take all day to see it.

If you like roller coasters, don’t pass up Mount Everest in Animal Kingdom, Rock N Roller Coaster in Hollywood Studios, and Space Mountain in Magic Kingdom.

Places to eat: Nine Dragons for Chinese food.  Coral Reef is on the expensive side and the food isn’t spectacular but one entire wall is a fish tank that you can watch all the sea life swim by!  I enjoyed Raglan Road at Downtown Disney as a nice unwinding spot.  Try to get a nice dinner just the two of you… maybe trying making reservations somewhere so that you can see the fireworks show during dinner at Epcot.  It may be a little late to do that but it couldn’t hurt to ask.  But make any reservations NOW because they fill up fast.

Umm… I can help answer other Disney questions if you have any.  I’m kind of obsessed lol

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