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  • [Travel Planning] Disney getaway plans...

    This summer, around late June/early July, me and my mother plan on going to Florida to spend a little quality time together. We also plan to surprise our cousins, who are also going around that time. We plan to fully discuss the issue on Sunday, and we already have a couple of ideas in mind, lasting around five days.
    • A 3-day Walt Disney World park hopper ticket; a day at the Magic Kingdom, a day at Epcot, and a day split between the other two parks. Plus one day to relax at the hotel, and one day doing something light in the area
    • A 2-day Walt Disney World park hopper ticket; a day at the Magic Kingdom, and a day doing highlights from the other parks. Plus one day at Universal, and one day to relax at the hotel, and one day doing something light in the area.

    What ideas or recommendations do you have?

    P.S. I'd like to see the Orlando Eye.

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    Originally posted by MickeyMao View Post
    This summer, around late June/early July, me and my mother plan on going to Florida to spend a little quality time together. We also plan to surprise our cousins, who are also going around that time. We plan to fully discuss the issue on Sunday, and we already have a couple of ideas in mind, lasting around five days.
    • A 3-day Walt Disney World park hopper ticket; a day at the Magic Kingdom, a day at Epcot, and a day split between the other two parks. Plus one day to relax at the hotel, and one day doing something light in the area
    • A 2-day Walt Disney World park hopper ticket; a day at the Magic Kingdom, and a day doing highlights from the other parks. Plus one day at Universal, and one day to relax at the hotel, and one day doing something light in the area.

    What ideas or recommendations do you have?

    P.S. I'd like to see the Orlando Eye.
    As much as I love Universal I would lean towards the 3 day Disney option. 3 days isn't a lot of time to see all four parks, but it's better then the two days. Adding the one Universal day will also cost you a good bit of extra money since a one day Universal ticket, and you are probably going to want a two-park ticket, will cost you a lot more then adding one more day to the Disney ticket.

    With this said, you should probably read up on all the attractions at both Disney and Universal parks and decide what interests you the most. If you are a fan of Harry Potter I would definitely recommend doing the day at Universal with a two park ticket.

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