Remember year book superlatives where you’d vote for “most likely to succeed” or “best car”? Well, today I have 10 different superlatives for Disney World to show you some of my favorite food, resorts, and attractions.
I also have a quick tip of the day to help a child who might be scared on a dark attraction.
These are notes from this episode. There’s much more info included in the audio so be sure to listen to the episode for a better explanation.
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Disney World superlatives
- Best way to beat the heat: going into the shops, many of which are connected. You might also use this chart for good attractions to get out of the heat (and rain).
- Attraction most worthy of a FastPass+: Frozen Ever After at Epcot
- Best character dining experience: Garden Grill at Epcot
- Attraction most likely to soak you: Kali River Rapids at Animal Kingdom
- Most likely to make you cry: Celebrate the Magic at Magic Kingdom (watch my Facebook Live video of it)
- Best use of a snack credit: anything over $5 is ideal, with Food and Wine Festival snacks being the best value. Look for “DDP snack eligible” noted on Disney Food Blog’s Food and Wine menus.
- Most likely to make you laugh: historians at Frozen Sing-Along at Hollywood Studios
- Best smell at Disney World: Karamell-Küche caramel shop in the Germany pavilion at Epcot
- Most likely to break down: Frozen Ever After at Epcot
- Best overall resort (transportation, food, theming): Polynesian
Quick tip of the day
A listener named Erin sent me this tip: “You can completely skip the scary portion of Haunted Mansion and bypass the stretching room and creepy parts to walk straight onto the ride. Just let a Cast Member know as you walk from the outside of the queue into the Mansion and they will escort you through some hallways and straight to the ride. You get ahead of all those people in the stretching room and your kid avoids the scariest part. We’ve done it every time with my 4-year-old and he loves it!”
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