We tried to fit in as many rides as possible (including this score ride of walking on to Pirates of the Caribbean at 9 a.m.). The two big ones that we missed were the Tomorrowland Speedway and Test Track, but that gives us something to look forward to for next time! A typically liked the slower rides and J is definitely our thrill seeker and wanted to ride every fast ride he was tall enough for (which was almost everything). Here’s a few more of the rides (and my panicked face)…
Me, in utter shock that they put us in the front of Expedition Everest (while J giggled and laughed the whole way!):
The most interactive line wait is definitely Winnie the Pooh:
We took well informed advice and waited to ride Spaceship Earth until a lull point in the day (this was one of A’s favorite rides):
And Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger spin earned “multiple fast pass” rights:
One of my classic favorites (that both boys loved) was the Haunted Mansion:
When B and I went on our honeymoon The Seven Dwarves Mine Train was just being built:
If you notice that we are riding twice with J it’s because A refused to ride any fast rides after Splash Mountain:
And somehow every ride J and I went on together we were in the front!
With the fast pass system, we managed to time it where we didn’t wait in many standby lines. The longest line we waited for was Peter Pan. We went to it first thing in the morning and waited about thirty minutes (the wait is usually 70 minutes plus). The boys definitely liked the lines that had more interactive items, but J did great as long as he knew that we had another ride to go on after the ride we we were waiting for. B and I got where we would say things like “OH! We are headed on the fast stroller ride to the dinner ride!” Which worked about 1/2 the time. HA!