Planning a trip to Orlando...

Sunday, June 15, 2003 5:10 PM
Hi all. I'm going to be in the Orlando area from july 1st to the 5th. I'll be in Disneyworld primarily. My main goals are Animal Kingdom and Epcot (perhaps Mission Space will be open, but i'm not counting on it), but I'd like to squeeze in a day at IOA as well if possible. If anyone wants to meet up at any point I'd be happy to meet you, as I'm essentially going by myself (well, with my dad, but i doubt i'll want to spend all 5 days with him :) ). I'll probably have access to a car, but if we're only in Disneyworld we transportation is never a problem.

Let me know of anything exciting going on those days that i shouldn't miss!


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Sunday, June 15, 2003 5:13 PM
When visiting IOA hit spiderman first thing in the morning as early as possible. Because the line gets real long real fast and stays that way all day,

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Sunday, June 15, 2003 5:46 PM
There not long all day every day. Most of the time when I go the line isnt over 30min.

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Sunday, June 15, 2003 6:22 PM
Whatever it takes, call Disney World or the Cirque Du Soleil theatre, and get tickets to La Nouba. They should be about $65.00, but it's my favorite theatrical show I have ever seen. Definately the highlight of my trip last summer. Plan on going again in July 04..


Sunday, June 15, 2003 6:41 PM
It is going to be very crowded during your visit, as it always is during July 4th weekend. For the 4th, I suggest going to EPCOT for their fireworks display. It's usually the better of all the parks for that holiday (Although I haven't seen the one at Universal to compare).

Definately get to the parks as early as possible, as many people don't arrive to IOA until around 11AM. The gates sometimes open early at the parks here, so get there before the scheduled opening times. Have fun, and bring cool clothes. It has been VERY hot so far this year. Dress for the water rides at IOA as they are the best anywhere!

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Monday, June 16, 2003 3:50 PM
All the rides at Animal Kingdom have long lines since there isn't too much rides at that park. I thing you should head over to Test Track first at Epcot.

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