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  • 11/01-11/04 Need Help Planning Quick Trip

    I'm a Disneyland dude, never been to Disney world, and I was invited to a quick 2-3 day trip to Orlando this coming November. I have no idea what to do, what to see, where to stay, etc. You don't have to lay out my itinerary for me, but I just was hoping to get some tips/ tricks/ etc.

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    Originally posted by Spectacular View Post
    I'm a Disneyland dude, never been to Disney world, and I was invited to a quick 2-3 day trip to Orlando this coming November. I have no idea what to do, what to see, where to stay, etc. You don't have to lay out my itinerary for me, but I just was hoping to get some tips/ tricks/ etc.
    First you should get your room booked ASAP because a lot of the hotels already don't have availability at that time. You are also within the 60 windows to make fastpass reservations if you are staying on site so you should make those reservations soon also.

    Obviously I would try to focus on the things that you don't have in Disneyland, so I would checkout Epcot and Animal Kingdom. At Epcot, don't miss the night time show Illuminations, especially since it might not be there much longer. At MK I would check out Jungle Cruise, which is a bit different then at DL, the People Mover since DL doesn't have that anymore, and the Seven Dwarfs Mine Ride.

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      I agree, see what we don't have in Disneyland. Epcot will be the biggest difference, IMHO. Honestly, my last trip to WDW in 2016, the Studio was only a half day park for us. Now they don't even have the Great Movie Ride. I'd make it lowest priority. Animal Kingdom, to me anyway, plays like a great big Adventureland, with real animals. That said, I haven't seen the new Pandora area, and that's supposed to be spectacular. Also, the Kilimanjaro Safari is really worth seeing, as is Dinosaur, and if roller coasters are your thing, Expedition Everest. If you're from just about any big city, I'd suspect you have a decent size zoo in your area, so just looking at animals wouldn't be a priority.
      Magic Kingdom is most like Disneyland in concept, but full of differences. They also have attractions that we no longer have, such as People Mover, and Country Bears. Also, their versions of our current attractions are almost all different from one degree to another, such as POTC, HM, Jungle Cruise, SM, and Winnie the Pooh (much better there).
      Anyway, that's how I see it. Have a great trip, and post a great trip report with many photos.
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