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  • On Jul 8, 2009
    Sarah from OH Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    DH, DD(4), DS(1), & I 9/20-26 @ Pop 1st trip. 20 Askerhaus @5, 21st HS nap? 22 (dd b-day)CP @2:15 MNSSHP swim a.m; 23 TH 8:15 early night, 24 1900@4:30 nap; 25 F&W illuminations swim a.m; 26 CRT @10 . Suggestions? No Hopper.


    It appears that your reservations do a pretty good job of mapping out where you should go every day. And some of these will also let you take advantage of the morning Extra Magic Hours, which is nice. So here are some added suggestions/comments;

    • September 20 - Epcot
    • September 21 - Hollywood Studios
    • September 22 - Magic Kingdom
      • Hard day to get a nap with a 2:15 reservation, so maybe start later in the morning? The AM pool idea is a good one!
    • September 23 - Animal Kingdom
      • A good day to move the nap later in the afternoon, and your early evening is a good idea, as the Magic Kingdom has morning Extra Magic Hours the next day!
      • For lunch try Flame Tree BBQ.
    • September 24 - Magic Kingdom
    • September 25 - Epcot
      • Not sure what F&W meant, but you will love IllumiNations!
    • September 26 - Magic Kingdom
    I do think you should try to work in a nap/pool/quiet time each day you are there, or at least as often as possible.

    You have created a very nice schedule that lets you see all four parks, but gets you enough time at the "big park". Well done!

    Have a magical vacation!
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