Kilimanjaro Safaris; Animal Kingdom; AA
  • On Oct 28, 2009
    M from PA 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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    Hi all, LOVE the panel! First trip to WDW 4/25-5/4/2010 with 5 adults 3 kids (15, 8 & 2) with a crowd level (per touringplans) from 5-7. Orignal plan was to follow the EMH's, now second guessing. Have PH pass, should we "hop" or stay with E

    Although you are not visiting at a horrendously busy time for the parks since spring breaks are generally over after Easter it will still be a time you should have a good plan in place for your days in the parks.  History shows that parks will be busiest on the days they have Extra Magic Hours added on.  Since you have a park hopper pass you can visit another park for the day and then head to the park with the Extra Magic Hours in the evening.  My family loves those extra hours since the lines for the most popular attractions are far shorter then during the day.

    I would definitely "hop" during your stay and enjoy that option to avoid the bigger crowds during the daytime hours!
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