Edit: After thinking some more, I answered some of my own questions, so I’m editing down the length to focus on the things I’m most concerned about.
I’m planning a 6-day trip for February, traveling with a group of four adults, two teens, and two elementary schoolers. We’re mostly morning people and only the teens like (some) coasters.
Our itinerary is:
Day 1: Epcot, RD to about 5pm, focusing on the east side of the park, lunch at Via Napoli
Day 2: MK, RD to at least after the parade (evening plans TBD), lunch at Skipper Canteen
Day 3: AK, RD until ??? I’m tempted to stay all the way through RoL which is at 7, with plenty of time to eat (quick service) lunch and dinner, and a couple shows, so that it’s not a lot of rushing around. DH thought maybe we could take a mid-day break but with short park hours (9-8) and losing so much time to travel, I’m wondering if it won’t be worth it. <-- This is the day I’m most concerned about.
Day 4: Late-start Epcot day, focus on the west side of the park, eat QS (TBD).
Day 5: MK, late start after 1900 PF breakfast at 9, lunch at BoG. Stay through fireworks at 8. Hopefully this doesn’t end up being too long of a day either.
Day 6: HS, undecided if this will be a late start day. On the one hand, I want to give the younger kids a chance to do Jedi training, but it might be nice to let the teens sleep in a bit. Milkshakes at Sci Fi at 3, then leave.
I’ve made (and edited, and optimized, and changed some more…) touring plans for each day. But I’m not totally sure how long everyone is going to last in the parks, and whether I’m making a mistake by not planning any mid-day breaks.
Any input is welcome!