quote:I duck everytime I ride it
Oh, and don't put your hands up on Space Mountain
quote:while drinking Beverly and talking about how WDW was supposed to have been built in Louisiana.
Oh, and don't put your hands up on Space Mountain.
I've been reading allears about Fantasyland Expansion .. and they have a to be open date of Dec 6th, But preveiws staring Nov 19th.. What does this mean?
I'm gonna be there from the 16th thru the 25th of Nov and was hoping to be able to see some of it
Like as part of it was finished, they would open it. I have a friend that works in the new storytime with Belle part. I will ask him and let you know.
i remember them saying that they would open it little by little. Like as part of it was finished, they would open it. I have a friend that works in the new storytime with Belle part. I will ask him and let you know
Was given the opportunity to ride it with the lights on....
It was absolutely terrifying.
I am using my Hilton Honor points for the room, so I had to stay at a Hilton-owned hotel.
But what she's asking is most likely soft opening dates/times for the section that will be fully accessible on December 6th.
Unfortunately you won't be able to access rides like the 7 dwarves coaster or the Little Mermaid ride. The soft opening would only apply to the completed section. I think they actually just laid the first piece of track for the coaster last week.
I know that it doesn't help you this time around, but there is a Hilton on Disney property that uses Disney's bus system and you get extra magic hours in the parks. It's the same points cost as the Embassy Suites from what I can tell.
What is everyone's favorite, "can't miss" rides for 4 & 5 year olds?
My thoughts were, in no particular order:
- Thunder Mountain
- Splash Mountain
- Pirates of the Carr.
- Haunted Masion
- Race car track (my son loves to drive stuff)
- Tea cups (only bc it is a DW staple)
- Jungle cruise where you see the hippos and alligators
- It's a Small World (Actually, I hate it, but the kids have to see it or I would feel incomplete).
My kids LOVE Cars and Finding Nemo. Any "must-dos" that deal with those?