I’m starting to question myself on whether I should be planning afternoon breaks. PLEASE give me honest advice on whether I’m doing too much or what you’d recommend. Driving down day before - 8yo DS and 2yo DD.
Saturday - Epcot - FW only. Start around noon and do most of FW except TT (and maybe one or two more). FPP planned for Soarin’, Character spot, and maybe Mission Space. Exit around 7PM unless decide to do Illuminations.
Sunday - AK - breakfast at 8:40 at Tusker House. Plan to spend the day there, but leave around 5 or 6 and head in for the night.
Monday (Columbus Day) - MK - Not doing party, so leave early. Adventureland, Frontierland, part of Fantasyland. I DO have 2 20-min back to back train rides built-in for an in-park break. Dinner 7:10 at Whispering Canyon.
Tuesday - HS - Breakfast at H&V around 8:45. The 8yo loves Star Wars and thrill rides so we’re struggling to fit everything in. Possibly splitting time between DH/DS and myself/DD. Not 100% sure if we’ll be staying for Fantasmic.
Wednesday - Epcot - WS- Lunch at Via Napoli(11:30) / dinner Teppan Edo (5:00). Plan to RD TT with FPP for FEA but flexible. Plan to go to MK for Happily Ever After and a few attractions that night.
Thursday - MK - Breakfast (9am) and Dinner (4:25PM) at BOG. Plan to do Tomorrowland, part of Fantasyland and parade. Planning to exit park (MNNSHP) and go back to hotel after BOG dinner.
Friday - Breakfast at Akershus, dinner at Ohana. Still deciding what to do here so FPP for FEA is possibility.
Saturday - come home.
Too much? I’m struggling to decide if the early (or earlier) nights make up for not going back to the room during the day. I feel like (especially on MK days) since we have to leave the park early for MNSSHP, maybe a 3 hour room break isn’t a great idea on those days? Suggestions?