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Re: Orlando & Tampa Trip Help

Tue May 16, 2017 7:50 pm

Not meaning to hijack or anything, just sharing my own excitement - my itinerary for June!

Sun 4th - Arrive / Chill / FOOD!
Mon 5th - Universal
Tues 6th - Islands of Adventure
Weds 7th - Animal Kingdom / Cirque du Soleil
Thur 8th - Chill
Fri 9th - Magic Kingdom / EPCOT
Sat 10th - Kennedy Space Centre
Sun 11th - Volcano Bay
Mon 12th - Busch Gardens
Tues 13th - Chill / I-Drive 360
Weds 14th - Hollywood Studios
Thurs 15th - Seaworld

Getting pretty hyped now..!
 
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Re: Orlando & Tampa Trip Help

Tue May 16, 2017 8:07 pm

You will struggle to do Magic Kingdom and Epcot in one day, if you want a good look around MK is a 1 1/2 day park
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Re: Orlando & Tampa Trip Help

Tue May 16, 2017 8:20 pm

I've been 3 times before and the thought of a whole day in MK fills me with anxiety. There's only so much forced magic and "This is your dream, god dammit!!!" I can take. Plus it's one of the smallest parks out there. Can easily cover the decent stuff in half a day.

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