Magic Kingdom Map
1. Ariel’s Grotto
2. Judge’s Tent
3. Storytime with Belle
4. Toontown Hall of Fame
5. Space Mountain
6. Splash Mountain
7. Astro Orbiter
8. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
9. Mad Tea Party
10.Pirates of the Caribbean
11. Snow White’s Scary Adventure
12 Stitch’s Great Escape!
14.Tomorrowland Indy Speedway
15. “it’s a small world”
16. Buzz Lightyear
17. Cinderella’s Golden Carousel
18. Country Bear Jamboree
19. Donald’s Boat
20. Dumbo the Flying Elephant
21. Mickey’s Country House
22. Mickey’s PhilharMagic
23. Minnie’s Country House
24. Peter Pan’s Flight
25. The Enchanted Tiki Room
26. The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
27. Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
28. Tomorrowland Transit Authority
30. Galaxy Palace Theater
31. Share a Dream Come True Parade
32. “SpectroMagic” Parade
33. Wishes Nighttime Spectacular
34. Cinderella Castle
35. Jungle Cruise
36. Liberty Square Riverboat
37. Main Street Vehicles
38. Swiss Family Treehouse
39. The Hall of Presidents
40. The Haunted Mansion
41. The Timekeeper
42. Tom Sawyer Island
43. Walt Disney World Railroad
44. Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress
45. Frontierland Shootin’ Arcade
visit EPCOT CENTER. This is...
visit EPCOT CENTER. This is my personal favorite and the MOST amazing of all the theme parks here.... Be sure to head straight to the top 2 attractions the minute you enter the park:-
'Honey, I Shrunk the Audience'
Photo: The absolutely cool Spaceship Earth. The World Showcase is also a must-see and it's simply astounding. You know, I've since realized that coming to Florida in the middle of summer is a baaaad mistake.
Firstly, on some days, the temperature at the park rose to almost 40 degrees Celcius! I kid you not. People can faint under such extreme heat. And what's worse, in summer, you can EXPECT to queue up for at least one hour (minimum) to enjoy a particular attraction/ ride here at the park. On most days, we left our hotel by 7AM (yawn...) and didn't get back till almost 1.30AM!!! The WHOLE day was spent queueing up for rides!! O.K., O.K.... not the WHOLE day but more than 50% of our time was spent queueing up for these rides. :-(((
For more pics and details, please click onto my Epcot Center Travelogue page. You won't regret it. :-))
Sea World, the Orca display is...
Sea World, the Orca display is absolutely fasinating but do be warned you get very, very, wet if you sit near the front, there is a splash line for those with expensive camera so that you do not get your equipment wet. Also the Atlantis ride is probably the best log flume ride I have ever been on, it is the longest drop log ride in the world and you get absolutely soaked, most of the americans were wearing plastic macs, they were in the know, we didnt and worse there are water jets that people can spray you with and it seemed to be a case of get the Brits.
Almost everywhere you go, you...
Almost everywhere you go, you will be attacked by camera-wielding crazed photographers. Be nice. Just stop and smile for them. Most of them are paid per picture taken, not per picture sold. It only takes a few seconds if you cooperate and it makes their days much happier too.
PACK LIGHT. Check the weather patterns for the area before you leave home, and realize that, if need be, you can buy clothes there (and probably will, anyway). You need only ONE pair of shoes -- a well-broken-in (NOT NEW) pair of sneakers -- I use Reebok shoes designed for walking, Tjorlo double-wall hiking socks (buy them at a camping supply store) and I've never had a blister or even a sore foot. T-shirts, shorts (plus a jacket & jeans in winter), a nice short-sleeved shirt and a nice pair of long pants in case you eat fancy. If you bring anything that looks like business clothes, go home; this is a VACATION. I am able to pack for a 10-day trip here in one suitcase that is just small enough to fit the carry-on requirements. Bring a folded-up duffel for all the extra stuff you'll buy.
For other tips on packing light, I recommend Rick Steves' book 'Europe Through the Back Door' just for the general traveling information. Of course, bring prescriptions in their original containers, but there is a pharmacy nearby for emergencies, and the hotel staff are great about such things. If you have a problem, let them know ASAP. I wouldn't even think of going to WDW without a video camera -- and the smaller, the better, because you're carrying it around a LOT. Let a second person in your group be responsible for the still photos. A HAT! YOU MUST BRING A HAT! IF NOT, YOU WILL BURN TO A CRISP! Preferably, something with a wide brim to keep the sun off your neck. I wear a Tilley Hat, which is basically a Austrailian 'bush' hat. (For more on their travel clothes, go to www.tilleyendurables.com.)