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Planning a WDW holiday | part 5

Another post, another park. This time, EPCOT. A little bit of trivia for you, EPCOT stands for Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow and was a longtime dream of Walt Disney. He wanted it to be an actual community for people to live in, it eventually evolved into a theme park and was opened in 1982.

The park itself is big, more than twice the size of Magic Kingdom, so to experience it properly you should give yourself two days here. Continue reading “Planning a WDW holiday | part 5”

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Planning a WDW holiday | part 4

This post is going up a little later than I had wanted. Trying to collate all the information for the most popular of the parks took a little longer than I had anticipated. Our trip countdown is now in double digits and it’s getting very real now. Time to change up a gear with the planning. Continue reading “Planning a WDW holiday | part 4”

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Planning a WDW holiday | part 3

Welcome back to part three of my Planning a Walt Disney World holiday series. If you missed the first two parts you can read them here and here.

So far, we’ve covered creating a basic framework upon which to create a personalised itinerary. So now, with a set day on which to go to each park, and dining and FastPass+ reservations made, it’s time to dive into my personal recommendations on how to spend a day at each park. And I’ll start with the first park we always head to… Animal Kingdom. Continue reading “Planning a WDW holiday | part 3”