Queues/Lines, Orlando

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    Loooooooong Queue

    by Cielo_Algaeed Updated Aug 14, 2007

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    As expected, long waiting line awaits you in Disneyworld, Universal Studios or any themeparks which offer any rides. During summer months, hundreds and thousands of tourists from all over the world come to Orlando to spend their summer vacations here which make the themeparks so jam packed!
    So, get those legs ready for standing and waiting in the line. Although fast pass can be used at designated rides.

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    Long Lines, tired kids

    by gcmm Written Apr 16, 2004

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    I think that most people no this, that the lines can be long, and the children get tired,but if you follow a few of the tips i gave you,it can cut down your wait time alot....

    If your there during the summer, remember that it will be hot, very hot and you will need plenty of water to drink, soda does not help you out when your dehidrated....

    Get a water bottle and carry it around, bring a small back pack or some thing of that nature..

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    Lines in theme parks

    by Scotsgal Written Jun 15, 2003

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    Most theme parks in Orlando have lines that are huge...some of you know that you end up standing for 2 hours! So, instead of standing you can get a special ticket/pass that can get you in for the time you want to come back...

    Sorry, don't know the exact name!

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    Jumping the line

    by Dabs Written Nov 18, 2006

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    The Disney folks have probably seen just about everything in the years they've been running the parks and seem to have thought of everything to prevent people from jumping the line at the rides. I wondered as we were marching up the Fast Pass line to get onto Space Mountain, passing dour faced people stalled in their queue, why the people from the standby line weren't jumping over to the Fast Pass line since there wasn't a Disney Cast Member (that's their cute name for employee) in sight. Did Disney install some kind of sensory motion detector? Would you get an electrical shock if you tried to jump? Is "Big Mouse" watching on hidden cameras? And then it occured to me that they hadn't taken our Fast Pass tickets yet, they collect these once you get to a point where you can't jump the line.

    So get the Fast Pass or stay in the Standby line!

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    Warning: For you to fully...

    by SnowAngel Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Warning: For you to fully enjoy your trip to Sea World you should do the long wait attractions first and then filter out through the park for the other 'must see's' on your list. The high volumes include the dolphine feeding tank, the 'Journey to Atlantis' ride, and the Polar Bear Encounter. After you've done those then visit the other attractions. Try to save the indoor shows for the middle of the day between the hours of 1 and 4 when the heat is really bad. Have fun!

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  • Please Obey all Disney Park Policies!

    by FuninFL0503 Written Jun 22, 2005

    Please listen to the cast members at Disney when they give you instructions! This is for your own safety and comfort. Do Not smoke in queues or lines please ask the Cast Member where the smoking location is. Do not jump off a ride, while the rides are very safe, stupidy can be a killer. Do not make your own assumptions how an attraction operates, the cast member understands it better than you do! Again, just be polite and ask before doing and your trip to Disney will be a magical one.

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