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  1. Nervous Nellie
    March 22, 2013

    This is so helpful and so scary. We just booked a last minute spring break trip to Florida, including 3.5 days for Disney, April 2-5th. We arrive Tuesday noon, staying at Pop Century with our 8 year old. We’ve been to Disney before – fabulous trip with all the home work & extra details in for a magical experience. With little time to plan & no reservations even available, I’m worried this trip will be far less than a good one. I did score a princess dinner at Akershus for Thur, locking us into Epcot on the RED day. That is the one princess experience that my daughter wanted to do again, so we have to make that work. We are excited to explore the new fantasyland and have NO interest in Animal Kingdom. What are your suggestions for maximizing our days at Disney this time around? Thanks so much!!

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    • Dave
      March 22, 2013

      N. Nellie, I’m afraid I don’t have a whole lot to offer other than what’s already on the page–where you can, pick your days carefully; arrive well before the scheduled open; ride the most popular rides first; use FASTPASSES…

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