Mom And Daughter; Animal Kingdom
  • On Aug 26, 2010
    Dana from NJ Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Me and my bff are mid-20's. I want to use the park hopper to the fullest but don't want to push us too far. I was thinking of using the resort rest days as park pickup days and catch the rides and shows we nay have missed. But I wish I had a better plan.


    So I looked back at a few of our responses, and here is what I would do, knowing that you don’t want to make this vacation so active that you don’t get to relax and enjoy the experience.

    With a 7-day hopper, with your desire to relax a bit, here is what I would do;

    • September 5 – Magic Kingdom
    • September 6 – Epcot (AM/afternoon) / BoardWalk (PM)
    • September 7 – Rest Day/Magic Kingdom
    • September 8 – Animal Kingdom
    • September 9 – Hollywood Studios
    • September 10 – Rest day/ Epcot
    • September 11 – Epcot

    So I have parks listed next to your rest days, based on where you are dining. But I do like the idea that the park is simply somewhere you are going based on meal plans. The thought of starting those days at the resort pool after sleeping in makes me think you understand the idea of a vacation better than most!

    As listed here, you have more time at Epcot than you might actually need. If on the 7th you start itching for some park time, I would suggest you add more Hollywood Studios time. Otherwise, this should give you a good initial plan to follow.

    Have a magical vacation!
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