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Kristen’s June Trip Report – PREP216

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Kristen’s June Trip Report – PREP216

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Quick tip of the day

From Tami B…

Just as Shannon recommends choosing your dining based on what park you’ll be in, you should choose your FastPasses based on where you’ll be in the park! Obviously, availability plays a role for popular attractions, but if you can help it, check out a map and select your FastPass times based on where/when you’ll be in the park. This will save you a LOT of trekking back and forth.

For example, if you have a reservation at Tusker House, schedule a FastPass for the Safari or Festival of the Lion King right before your meal. Eating lunch at Be Our Guest? Head to Enchanted Tales with Belle right after! Planning to watch the parade from Frontierland? Book a FastPass for Splash Mountain at 3:30 so you can hop on as soon as the floats clear. I did my best to follow this strategy for our last trip, and my family was thoroughly impressed – and grateful for less walking!

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Kelli

Thursday 11th of July 2019

Shannon, on this episode you recommend near Casey's as a good spot to watch H.E.A. Fireworks. Do you think this would work for kids too, or would it be too far for them to see with all the people in between?