Sunday, 15 June 2014

How Family Survives Florida..........

Tips for theme park survival: Here are some tips from DialAFlight to help you make the most of your Orlando theme park holiday:
  • Do some research – which attractions are most important to your family?  If you can, tick these off first.  
  • If you arrive without a plan, head for the furthest point and then work your way backwards rather than joining the procession from the entrance.
  • Avoid Disney’s Magic Kingdom on Sundays and Mondays. These are the first days after guests check in and most head straight there.
  • During school terms, American families visit at weekends, so those days can be especially busy.
  • If you’re not staying in a theme park hotel, get to Universal Studios early in the morning.  Customers report getting in as much as 15 minutes before the doors officially open.
  • Do sit down to eat, but try to avoid the busiest time, from 11am to 2pm. Sitting down will allow the kids – and you – to relax, and there are several places serving non-junk food.  Pre-book by phone or email as these can be busy.
  • Busch Gardens – If you want to do the Skyride, avoid the England queue; it’s always busy. Join the France or Germany line instead.
  • Animal Kingdom – This park opens earlier than the others so get up early and head straight to Kilimanjaro Safaris for a Fast Pass, then get a coffee or go on Expedition Everest before heading back to Kilimanjaro.
  • Discovery Cove – Get there early. If you've booked a swim, it’s first come, first served.
  • With older kids, agree a place to meet in advance in case someone gets lost.
  • Write your mobile number on a luggage tag which can be attached to your child’s belt loop, and explain to the child what it is for.  Show them what a park employee's uniform looks like.
  • Wear sensible shoes. There's a lot more walking than you think.
  • Take a photo of where you park your car! You won't believe how many rental cars of the same model and colour as yours there are when you get back to the car park, very, very tired.

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