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  • On Jul 12, 2009
    Valerie from PE 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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    Please help planning guru! 1st trip Oct 1-7 (no Hopper). Flight arrives afternoon on 1st, visit DHS for Fantasia that evening. Fri - AK, Sat.- Epcot, Sun.- MK, Mon.-water park, Tues- DHS, Wed.-free day. Should I change plans? Concerned about EMH & cr


    Your plans are great. It is a bit odd to see you keep the Magic Kingdom off so late in the week, but it still seems like a good plan.

    As for Extra Magic Hours, I think you should definitely try them out. With moderate sized crowds typically in October, you should find them to be a good way to get more time in the parks, and the crowd size should not be a problem. I particularly like the evening hours, especially if you don't have any tykes with you.

    If it were me, this is how I would do my week, but what you have as a plan is fine as well;

    • October 1 - Hollywood Studios
    • October 2 - Magic Kingdom
    • October 3 - Animal Kingdom
    • October 4 - Magic Kingdom
    • October 5 - Hollywood Studios
    • October 6 - Epcot
    • October 7 - Free day

    One final note. Love the saving of the 7th to being a free park day. Let your experiences throughout the week guide you to where you spend that last day.

    Have a magical vacation!

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