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  • First Timer

    Hey all,

    I have been to disney world many many times but my (soon to be) wife
    has never gone. Well when we go in may what is something I should take her to since she has never been. We will have 4days. I know I have to show her the parks but what is something that is hidden that a normal guest wouldn't see or really know about?

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    Re: First Timer

    As a veteran, you know the things she "must see". Pirates, Haunted Mansion, Kilimanjaroo, the Mountains, Fantasmic, etc.

    Thats the most important thing for first timers. Make sure you use the monorail when you go to MK. There is nothing like that first site of the Castle as you ride or that trip the Contemporary
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      Re: First Timer

      Well maybe I will PM you and let you know some of the hidden stuff... but we wrote an article over at Orlando Fun Tickets all about the hidden stuff at all of the parks...

      http://orlandofuntickets.com/hidden_...ic_kingdom.php
      http://orlandofuntickets.com/hidden_...s_at_EPCOT.php
      http://orlandofuntickets.com/hidden_...gm_studios.php
      http://orlandofuntickets.com/disneys...ttractions.php

      I hope this helps!

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        Re: First Timer

        I personally reccomend using the Ferry Boat. It stays on the sight lines of the Maigc Kingdom, you feel drawn in, the anticipation builds as the castle draws closer and closer!

        It could also allow for a nice romantic snuggle in the crisp morning air.
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          Re: First Timer

          Originally posted by OFTEric View Post
          I personally reccomend using the Ferry Boat. It stays on the sight lines of the Maigc Kingdom, you feel drawn in, the anticipation builds as the castle draws closer and closer!

          It could also allow for a nice romantic snuggle in the crisp morning air.

          I get what you're saying, but, to me, the monorail is the Disney experience
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