2 Extra Magic Hours For Your Family Only..

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2 Extra Magic Hours For Your Family Only..

Wow...I can't believe it... eek I've just received a e Mail from Disney saying " pick a park "...Now that I've woke up,it was fun..I'am gonna have to stop snorting this pixie dust before I go to sleep..But if Disney gave you a park to spend two extra hours after every one had left, which park would you choose..?...Here is my choice...

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All of them! But I think I would pick Epcot. Its my favorite park and although it would be great to experience MK without any waits or crowds I think I would enjoy strolling through World Showcase, really exploring all the nooks and crannies of all the countries, taking it all in and reflecting by the water. I would also ride Soarin', Test Track and all the FW attractions with no wait as much as I want. I really like Epcot at night so I hope these two hours are in the evening crossfingers

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Tough question. I would want to ride Expedition Everest, Test Track, Rock N Roller Coaster and Tower of Terror as many times as possible without a wait. But I'm really a kid at heart so I think I would probably pick the Magic Kingdom, riding Haunted Mansion as many times as possible.

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Oh - tough question. . . Today I would pick Epcot. Tomorrow it would probably be MK. . .

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Magic Kingdom. I find I can handle the crowds in the other 3 MK is wall to wall some days

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I could ride Toy Story Mania for two straight hours, no problem.

But MK has half a dozen or so must-do attractions that frequently have long waits, so I think I would have to go with MK.

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Probably the Magic Kingdom. I would definitely ride Space Ranger spin to get the double 999,999. And definitely one ride on Peter Pan's Flight the way it was meant to be ridden, late at night just like in the movie. And the Haunted Mansion at night, I'm in on that even though I've never actually ridden it!

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My first thought was DHS because of TSM, but honestly, after 2 hours of pulling that string, my arm would suffer the same fate as Woody's arm in Toy Story 2, so I'm going to have to go with MK, too. Phil makes a great point about the general crowded feeling in MK.

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I would probably pick the Magic Kingdom because it's my favorite. I'm sure my husband would pick Epcot because it's his favorite.

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Ooh easy!! Epcot for sure!! I would ride Soarin' until I was sick of it! Lol

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that's tough.... Epcot/MK.... I think I would pick Epcot. I love that park! Grab a cocktail and just stroll and experience it all in silence!

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MK for sure. It's my favourite Smile

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I have to go with my favorite park, Epcot.

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Magic Kingdom all the way.

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JMed wrote:
that's tough.... Epcot/MK.... I think I would pick Epcot. I love that park! Grab a cocktail and just stroll and experience it all in silence!

Exactly!!

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I have to be odd girl out and pick AK.... after being able to experience it after dark the last time we were there...I have a new appreciation for the mystery and exotic-ness of its lands when its dimly lit at night.....

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Magic Mirror wrote:
I have to be odd girl out and pick AK.... after being able to experience it after dark the last time we were there...I have a new appreciation for the mystery and exotic-ness of its lands when its dimly lit at night.....

i think the parks all have a special feel at night. Looking forward to them adding enough things to keep me in AK or HS after dark.

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Magic Kingdom for sure. I would ride all my favorites at least 3 times and than sit in front of the castle and enjoy a dole whip float. muchlove

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Magic Mirror wrote:
I have to be odd girl out and pick AK.... after being able to experience it after dark the last time we were there...I have a new appreciation for the mystery and exotic-ness of its lands when its dimly lit at night.....

You know, that would be fun, too. Maybe I could split my hours? laugh

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I'd go with EPCOT first. Extra magic hours in general at MK seem to be pretty manageable (especially when it's super late) because there are so many attractions for people to spread out on. EPCOT, however, seems to stay really crowded even during EMH. So I'd go with that just to be able to ride Test Track and Spaceship Earth a dozen times without any sort of wait, then stroll around a deserted World Showcase.

My next option would be Animal Kingdom, I've never been able to do it in the dark before and the fact that there are zero evening EMH hours now would really make me want to go for that. I'd just ride Everest over and over and over. yay

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