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Welcome! I am Jane-Ellen (JE) I'm a travel agent and I am happy to share with you my love of travel. I am not a journalist, I simply enjoy traveling. My favorite travel destinations are Walt Disney World, Cruises and anywhere on our Harley. My husband, Steve and I are out on our Harley when time, work and weather permit. We try to take weekend trips whenever possible.
Walt Disney World has been a favorite spot to vacation since our first trip in 1983. We have had over 30 weeklong vacations and now living in Florida we visit monthly, although recently I find myself there weekly. Hey I am doing research!
Cruising is another passion. We have been on many cruises, predominately in the Caribbean. A seven day cruise is the best way to really unwind and relax; but if a three or four day cruise crosses our path, we set sail. I am an Accredited Cruise Councilor, and a Certified Travel Councilor. I have the highest level of education from all major cruise lines.
Many clients have asked for insider tips for Disney World and cruising. That is my goal to offer insider information on Disney, Cruises and biking.

Friday, November 19, 2010

Touring Plan of Disney's Magic Kingdom

Touring Plan of Disney’s Magic Kingdom

Color Key
Red=must do attractions (check to see if age appropriate for your party)
Orange= try to visit these attraction
note: try any attraction that is has a short wait time.

Main Street
Main Street Train- a good way to see the park before or after you have toured

Adventureland Attractions
Jungle Cruise - cheesy old time Disney fun.
Swiss Family Treehouse-fun to climb and see how the "Robinsons" lived.
The Enchanted Tiki Room- cute show, great to escape the heat and crowds for a bit.

Pirates of the Caribbean-you have to stop and see Captain Jack Sparrow!
Magic Carpets of Aladdin-fun ride even for the bigger kids in the group.

Frontierland Attractions
Splash Mountain - if you are 40" and over plan on getting a bit wet.
Big Thunder Mountain - not to scary roller runaway train for those 40" and over

Raft to Tom Sawyers Island-nice way to spend a quiet hour in the shade. Find a rocker and a lemonade  and relax.
Country Bear Jamboree-cute animatronic show. Nice to get out of the heat and into the AC

Frontierland Shootin' Arcade
Goofy's Country Dancin' Jamboree

Liberty Square Attractions
Hall of Presidents-educational and enjoyable for all ages. Another great spot to escape the crowds.
Liberty Square Riverboat-personally I find this not as exciting as some other attractions but its usually a walk on, so you may want to give it a try.
The Haunted Mansion- you have to stop and see the grim grinning ghosts!

Fantasyland Attractions
It's a Small World- a must see staple of Disney World
Peter Pan's Flight

Mickey's PhilharMagic-a 12 minute 3D movie with Mickey and Donald 
Cinderella's Golden Carousel- who doesnt love a carousel?
Snow White's Scary Adventures- fun for everyone
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh-fun for everyone 

Dumbo the Flying Elephant-You have to ride Dumbo atleast once in your life.
Mad Tea Party- if you're not prone to motion sickness give it a try.

Mickey's Toontown Fair
-some older kids may find this area is for the younger set, take a look and see if it is for your party
Minnie's Country House
Toontown Hall of Fame

Mickey's Country House
Donald's Boat

The Barnstormer at Goofy's-35" or tall on this kids rollercoaster.

Tomorrowland Attractions
Tomorrowland Indy Speedway-kid 52" or over love to be in the driver's seat. Good luck passing this by!
Stitch's Great Escape-40 " and over. --This show takes place in a darkened theater and there are surprises throughout the performance, which may be scary for younger children.
Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin -I haven't met anyone yet who didn't enjoy this ride. Its like being inside a video game.
Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress-from the 1964 Worlds Fair. A nice show and its airconditioned!
Tomorrowland Transit Authority-the People Mover-nice way to see Tomorrowland a nice relaxing ride.
Astro Orbiter-if the lines short give it a try. Great views
Space Mountain-obviously a must do at Magic Kingdom for those 44" and over.
The Timekeeper-a nice movie in the round

Rider Swap--have a child who doesn't meet the height requirements or doesnt want to ride? Ask the attendant if they allow child swap. This allows one parent to ride the ride while the other stays with the child, then swap and the other parent rides.

Please call or email us for more information to start planning your Walt Disney World vacation!

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