We are visiting for 9 days during the very busy Spring Break season (end of March). The crowd calendar is showing 6-10's in the parks. Our plan is to hit RD, get out of the park around 11-12, Lunch, Rest, return to a park after dinner.
I'm not sure how to handle this with touring plans and FPP. When should we try to schedule FPP's? Will we need them in the morning if we use an aggressive touring plan that hits headliners first and then as crowds pick up go for less popular rides using FPP's because IASW, HM, Pooh, etc develop waits of 30 mins in the morning? Or save the FPP's for the evening park because it's crazy busy and we will need them then?
(We are not trying to get A&E, Wishes, F! or FoF, Illuminations FPP's, if that makes a diff.)
Thanks SO much for your wisdom! I know most liners (and smart folks) stay away from WDW during high season, but we are a teachers family, so no dice for us!