Yes, if you feel like criss-crossing the park about 20x more than you normally would. They set up a schedule, and usually, the attractions tend to be on opposite sides of the park. If you have small children, then I wouldn't recommend it, but if you are up to A LOT of walking, and you want to wait in no lines, then yes, it is worth it.
I know a lot of the park at least from these forums and got a good plan of attack for Thursday June 18th this year:
Arrive at Rope Drop
1 - Ride Peter Pan's Flight
2. Ride Alice in Wonderland
3 - Ride matterhorn bobsleds
4 - Get Fast Pass for space mountain.
5. Ride Splash Mountain
7. Ride POTC --- or get fastpass Indy
8. Ride BTMRR --- or get fastpass Indy
----Get fastpass for Indy by now.
(Blue Bayou somewhere in here for lunch)
9. Sleeping Beauty's Castle Tour
10. Ride Space
(Ride / do anything else we want to until Indy's fastpass time)
11. Ride Indy
Go to DCA around 4:00
at DCA -
1. Get Fastpass Soarin
2. Ride TOT
3. Ride Screamin'
4. Ride Toy Story Mania
5. Ride Mul Madness
6. Ride Soarin'
When I get home, I will punch this up in my Ride Max and see how it goes. I will let you know if that is a good plan according to Ride max. I have used it, and I have not. I perfer to use it.Do you plan on going back to Disneyland AFTER DCA?
I think it mostly depends on you & what you want to make of your 1 day in your life. If literally seeing & doing everything is a priority to the extent that your life is ruined if you missed something on your one day @ Disneyland, then it might be worth it. Otherwise, just enjoy doing what you want to do.
"Who among you is wise and understanding? Let him show by his good behavior his deeds in the gentleness of wisdom." -- James 3:13
I would say no. I tend to not want a regimented schedule of events when I'm at Disneyland. With some common sense you can get on pretty much everything even on a busy summer's day.
Get on rides with short lines as you pass them... ride Fantasyland rides early morning, late evening/night, mealtimes. FastPass is your friend.
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