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  • [Question] Going on every single attraction

    Has anybody ever tried to do every single attraction at both parks in just one day. Is it even possible?

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    Doing every single ride

    Since I am a premium AP I decided to do a challenge. I am planning to do every single ride in both parks. And I have to do this before January 7th because I have to go back to school. Do you guys think it is possibile

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    • #3
      Re: Doing every single ride

      I count 54 rides (depending on if you count Monorail, DLRR, Red Car Trolley, etc.) for you to go on and the parks are open for 16 hours. 54/16 = 3.4 rides per hour. You have to get through one ride (including the wait and the ride itself) every 17 minutes.

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      • #4
        Re: Doing every single ride

        Given the calcs bee1000 did above, I'd say its a stretch. If you can't do every ride, try doing a marathon of one ride. I rode Monsters Inc. over and over 17 times. It took a bit more than an hour, and then DCA closed. FUN!
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        • #5
          Re: Doing every single ride

          Are you doing every ride in one day. Or every ride in 1 park one day and the other park another day?

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          • #6
            Re: Doing every single ride

            Originally posted by bee1000 View Post
            I count 54 rides (depending on if you count Monorail, DLRR, Red Car Trolley, etc.) for you to go on and the parks are open for 16 hours. 54/16 = 3.4 rides per hour. You have to get through one ride (including the wait and the ride itself) every 17 minutes.
            I think he would have to go on Monorail, DLRR, Red Car trolley as well as the main street vehicles too, otherwise it will not be every single ride.

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            • #7
              Re: Doing every single ride

              Originally posted by WoC 95 View Post
              Since I am a premium APAnd I have to do this before January 7th because I have to go back to school. Do you guys think it is possibile
              Are you going just one day or more? If one, I doubt you can do it since it's a busy time. If going more than one get that RSR FP first thing, and use other FPs and you should be fine.
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                Re: Going on every single attraction

                Yes you can its not easy but possible
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                • #9
                  Re: Going on every single attraction

                  I'm gonna say not possible. If you count parades and shows as attractions, you simply cannot fit everything in one day.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Going on every single attraction

                    Last edited by swampymarsh; 12-27-2012, 08:09 PM.
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                    • #11
                      Re: Going on every single attraction

                      At the very least, it would be necessary to do the extra magic hour...

                      And fast pass or single rider for sure...
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                      • #12
                        Re: Going on every single attraction

                        On a non crowded day open from 8 am - midnight it might be posible , there are 54 rides in Disneyland alone
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                        • #13
                          Re: Doing every single ride

                          Originally posted by mine,mine,mine View Post
                          Are you doing every ride in one day. Or every ride in 1 park one day and the other park another day?
                          Both parks in one day

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                          • #14
                            Re: Doing every single ride

                            Originally posted by WoC 95 View Post
                            Both parks in one day
                            Next week, both park, no EMH or MM.

                            Not likely. If you want to try FP RSR first, use FP for every ride you can. If you are going alone or it's fine to split up single rider on every attraction you can, which sometimes works better than FP, sometimes not. I'd use a wait time app, to direct you to short waits.
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                            Next year I'm trying for a summer internship at Stark Industries.

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                              Re: Doing every single ride

                              Originally posted by swampymarsh View Post
                              Next week, both park, no EMH or MM.

                              Not likely. If you want to try FP RSR first, use FP for every ride you can. If you are going alone or it's fine to split up single rider on every attraction you can, which sometimes works better than FP, sometimes not. I'd use a wait time app, to direct you to short waits.
                              Both parks no EMH or MM and I will be by myself

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