Disney Itinerary

I need a vacation. This weekend my laptop broke which was a total nightmare. Of all weeks for it to go, it had to be the one that I had 5 papers to write and law schools to start applying to. Fortunately, a friend lent me her old one and after 4 days without my computer, Apply finally fit me in and fixed it in a couple of hours!!! Thank God I didn’t have to buy a new laptop, I was definitely expecting the worst.  Amid all the chaos, the stressful part of my semester is nearly over!  I’ve almost completed my law school applications and in just a day, my 5 of my closest friends and I are going to Disney for Fall Break! It’s going to be my first actual vacation with no studying or work in 10 months and is very much-needed.

This past weekend my roommate and I sat down and finalized our plan. I typed up a detailed schedule outlining what/where we’ll be going, eating, doing and riding. We’re all especially excited for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party after dark. Disney villains will be roaming the park and crowds shouldn’t be as heavy.  We even get to dress up! I’ll be dressing as Aurora (Sleeping Beauty). The other two girls of the group are planning to go as Belle and Tinker Bell, and have coordinating Beasts and Peter Pans.

Anytime I take a trip somewhere busy or unfamiliar, I need a plan to stay on task. This will be especially helpful for our group of 6, all of whom love knowing exactly what to expect out of our days. Keeping everyone organized and on the same page is going to be crucial for a successful trip, hopefully free of fighting. On our schedule is our flights, the parks we will be visiting each day, our dinner reservations and the rides we have fast passes for. While it provides just enough structure, most of the days are free time for the group to break off and do whatever they feel like. I think every vacation spent “going” needs an itinerary of some sort and this is ours!

Friday

6:05-8:25am: flight- DCA-MCO

Morning: Hollywood Studios

Afternoon: Epcot

  •  4:50-5:50pm: Spaceship Earth
  • 6:00pm: Dinner at Teppan Edo- World Showcase
  • 7:50-8:50pm: Soarin’ Around the World
  • 10:00pm Fireworks Show

Saturday

Morning: Epcot

  • 9:00am: arrive to the park
  • 3:30pm: Lunch at Via Napoli- World Showcase

Afternoon: Magic Kingdom

  • 6:30-7:30pm: Pirates of the Caribbean
  • 7:40-8:40pm: Splash Mountain
  • 9:00pm Fireworks Show
  • 9:05-10:05pm: The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

Sunday

Morning: Animal Kingdom

  • 9:40am: Breakfast at Boma- Animal Kingdom Lodge
  • 10:30-10:45am: Finding Nemo, The Musical
  • Wait in line for: Safari/Everest/Kali River Rapids
  • 12:30-12:45pm: Festival of the Lion King

Afternoon: Free

Monday

Morning: Magic Kingdom

  • 9:45-10:45am: Buzz Lighter’s Space Ranger Spin
  • 11:20-12:20pm: Jungle Cruise
  • 1:00-2:00pm: Meet Tinker Bell at Town Square Theater

Afternoon: Magic Kingdom/Free

  • 5:15pm: Dinner at Maya Grill- Coronado Springs Resort
  • 7:00pm-12:00am: Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party (arrive as early as possible)

Tuesday

2:00-4:10pm: Flight- MCO-DCA

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