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Must See Disney

Written by Tassana Burrfoot

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Well, that pretty much concludes Must See Disney. Some key notes, though. If you are staying on grounds, make sure to take advantage of the Extra Magic Hours. This is an exclusive bonus to you. Each day a park opens either an hour earlier or stays open up to three hours later just for you! Missed some stuff in MGM because you wanted to see Fantasmic? No worries. Just go after the show's over. But, make sure you get a wristband in one of the designated places. You'll have to show your room key to get one too.

Also, make sure to pay attention to any and all warning signs that are in the rides. These are here to help us, not hinder us.

Don't forget to take advantage of all the character greetings. The best part of Disney is the autographs and pictures with your favourite Disney characters.

If you still didn't find those special items in the stores throughout the parks, stop in Downtown Disney. Children may attend, for most of Downtown is just shops and vendors.

If you don't have children, or you have an older child who is trustworthy enough to baby-sit, make sure to check out Pleasure Island. This is a strip of nightclubs provided especially for adults.

Disney is also home to two waterparks: Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. So, make sure to take the kids for a swim, if you have the time.

There are also plenty of dining areas to go to as well. There are breakfasts and dinners where you can eat with the characters. There are dinner shows and dinner fun. Check out the website for more details and remember:

"I am interested in entertaining people, in bringing pleasure, particularly laughter, to others, rather than being concerned with 'expressing' myself with obscure creative impressions." ~ Walt Disney, 1901-1966

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