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I leave in a few hours.. any last minute advice?

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  • [Question] I leave in a few hours.. any last minute advice?

    Really general, I know.. but anything you think I might need to know when I arrive in Japan for the first time and later my first visit to the TDR resort!

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    Re: I leave in a few hours.. any last minute advice?

    The only thing I can advise at this point is to emphazise that it is quite important to arrive at the parks early before opening time so you can maximize the time by using Fastpass from early in the morning. With all of the special Xmas entertainment available, it is quite important to know how to use the time wisely, especially since the parks are crowded at this time of the year...
    Plus, bring a nice coat for the cold weather.

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      Re: I leave in a few hours.. any last minute advice?

      I've been at the parks the last 4 days and my advice is also to get there early. The parks have been quite crowded for even weekdays. Seems like there are specials going on for people from different prefectures of Japan.

      Second piece of advice is bring a warm coat. It has been extra cold recently. Record cold for the Tokyo metro area.

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        Re: I leave in a few hours.. any last minute advice?

        Have Fun! Take Pics!!
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        Parks Visited: MK - EPCOT - DHS - DAK - DL - DCA - HKDL - TDL - TDS

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          Re: I leave in a few hours.. any last minute advice?

          Take it all in, the resort is wonderful. If you have the time, find a place you like and just sit there. Its a nice memory to think back on sitting relaxing in the park and not running eveywhere.

          Oh and go to Tomorrowland Terrose, look for the outside seating that faces the paraide, great seating with out the hours of waiting before hand. I was told about htis spot and it is great.

          Have fun.
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