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Tips for First WDW Trip?


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  • [Chat] Tips for First WDW Trip?

    Hey guys! I won't be heading to Orlando until the end of August, and while I've been to Disneyland about 5-6 times now, but does anyone have any tips for a first DW trip? Going by myself and staying at the All Star Movies resort for a week... So excited! Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Tips for First WDW Trip?

    1) at least 1 time experience magic kingdom rope drop its great

    2) don't be afraid to do rides you already did in disneyworld as you can spend time spotting the differences and seeing whats better and worse.

    3) dining is a much bigger deal on the east coast so make sure you book some in advance, you won't regret it.

    4) ponchos. even if rain is only a small chance in the forcast you never no with orlando. wearing quick drying/comfortable when wet clothes/shoes and having a ten cent poncho the size of a pack of tissues could save a day of your vacation from being crappy.

    5) enjoy it! don't make it a mission as you can always come back for more. Ive had way more fun times at WDW when I enjoyed the atmosphere and the people I was with and missed a few attractions then when I tried to commando through and get to do everything in a short period of time. its the moments you take back with you, not how many times you got on space mountain.

    Enjoy the trip!


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