7/2/2013 • Walt Disney World •
And now the time has come for the conclusion of my Memories In The Making list. I hope this has given you ideas for your own list and also helped you to realize all of the amazing and magical activities that are available to do/see/experience while at Walt Disney World. 58. Ride the Maelstrom in Norway. 59. Eat at Cinderella’s Castle. 60. Ride Rock’n Roller Coaster at Hollywood Studios. 61. Stay at Disney’s Polynesian Resort. 62. Play Sorcerer’s of the Magic Kingdom. 63. Ride in the front row on Splash Mountain. 64. Get picture taken with Wreck-It Ralph. 65. Ride the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. 66. Dine at Tony’s Town Square on Main Street U.S.A. 67. Visit Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon. 68. Enjoy a Mickey Mouse shaped pretzel. 69. Ride the new Star Tours: The Adventure Continues. 70. Eat dinner at Le Cellier Steakhouse in Epcot’s Canada. 71. Ride Kali […]
6/11/2013 • Walt Disney World •
Disney has very few height restrictions on rides, and you've got a “child swap” ticket in your hand, but what do you and your preschooler do while everyone else goes on a ride? You can take them on another ride, check out the nearby shops, or stand in line for a character greeting, but times rarely match up nicely that you always seem to have a few extra minutes to spend. Here’s a list of places at Magic Kingdom and Epcot where you can go with your child to help entertain them. Waiting at Magic Kingdom - Big Thunder Mountain and Splash Mountain These rides are close to one another and share some great spots to take the little ones. The first place you can take them is Tom Sawyer Island. You can spend as much or as little time as you want on the island and the ride back is only […]
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