- Dec 4, 2001
There is so much advice in this thread by people with more knowledge than me, but my 2 cents on that would be to focus your fire on things you can't do in Indiana, or wherever you actually live. Is the Disney food good? I guess. I can't complain about what we ate there. But that would be the last thing I made a priority, as there is delicious food all over the world, including my own kitchen and backyard. I would say the same about lots of the lame ass rollercoasters and rides. For example, for the life of me, other than pure nostalgia, I cannot fathom why there are wait times for the peter pan ride in the magic kingdom. when there we saw there was always a wait, so figured it must be good. We went on one day, and I was like, wut? We might have even burned a fast pass on it. So disappointing. Here is what I think are the most non-duplicable enjoyable experiences, based on our trips to Orlando:I think I will enjoy it somewhat. Maybe not as much as I could have going elsewhere but despite the stress of the crowds I think it will be nice.
Looking forward to some of the food.
- Lighting of the castle at night at magic kingdom
- Harry Potter stuff at Universal
- I'm going to say the new Star Wars stuff on faith, although the lame stars wars stuff we saw at hollywood studious 8 years ago was not worth it
- test track at disney
- transformers ride at Universal
- spiderman ride at universal
- epcott ride spaceship earth
- soarin' at disney