We currently have tickets for DHS next Tuesday, and I’m considering upgrading to Hoppers so we can add in at least 2 other parks to our day (AK for FOP, Epcot to end the night, and hopefully MK before Epcot).
Here is my plan, please let me know if I’m being too optimistic or if we should be able to pull this off if everything goes our way.
begin the day in DHS. We’ve been here a couple times and have done everything except Muppets (was closed) and MMRR. Our plan here is to do Toy Story Land, Muppets, MMRR, RRCoaster, and hopefully pull off ROTR if we can get passes and on board prior to hopping hours. We’ve done ROTR before so that’s not a total deal breaker. With unknown ride times, we’d rather hop parks and ensure other adventures than wait out ROTR until who-knows-when.
Hop at 2pm/just prior to AK, just to ride FOP. I’m anticipating a 30min. bus ride, 75min. wait, and 15-20min. to enter/walk to the ride. That would bring us to about 4pm. Does that seem too lofty, or a decent expectation?
Based on the above, we’d like to run to MK for a couple hours just to enjoy the atmosphere and maybe jump on a ride or two with a short queue. No major rides necessary.
Finally depart prior to MK close and get to Epcot, to ride Test Track and otherwise just enjoy sights & sounds with the extra time (although understandably the same time is ultimately lost to transit time, but you can’t win em all).
What do you more-seasons folks think, is this doable? We’re the type who rope drop and walk full speed all day until park close, so hustling is not a problem. We usually just eat on the run, but do plan to have DS6’s favorite (Rizzo’s) before leaving DHS. The extra transit time between parks will actually be more of a break than we usually give ourselves in a normal day anyway