Monday, March 4, 2013

Spotlight: Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom

This is the fifth installment in a seven week series of my tips for Walt Disney World. 

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Trips with Angie Tips for Magic Kingdom 

Quick Service Meal for Two: Cosmic Rays Starlight Care in Tomorrowland has a large rib and chicken combo platter.

Characters: When you enter Magic Kindom, all the way to the right is a building that hosts a Princess Greeting and a traditional character greeting line during busy times. They both list how long the wait is and sometimes you can get a fastpass. If you are facing the building, the fast pass stations are to the left. The Circus area of the new Fantasy Land also has an area to meet the classic characters.

Air Conditioning (Nap) Breaks: The Hall of Presidents offers a lovely respite. It’s a Small World and Laugh Floor are two of the longer attractions rides that can help cool you off. If the weather is not too hot, the Walt Disney World Railroad offers a 15-20 minute ride circling the park. You can stay on as long as you'd like so it offers a great opportunity for a little nap. 

Be Sure to Check Out:
Disney’s PhilHarMagic – I think this is the best 3D show at Disney World.
Sorcerer’s of the Magic Kingdom – A game you play throughout the park. You can pick up the cards needed to play and receive instructions at the Fire House located to the left as you enter the park. 
Wishes Nighttime Spectacular – This is a fantastic fireworks show. You can also view it from the California Grill on top of the Contemporary Hotel. Reservations may be hard to get, but you can always go up for a drink. 

What are your favorite attractions at Magic Kingdom? 

Be sure to check back here next Monday for more information on Disney dining. 

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