I misread the title of the other (more practical) thread "Travel time between parks", and it gave me this lame little idea for a thread.
Here's the premise...
-You're at WDW and can park hop between any of the parks and also Downtown Disney.
-When 'hopping' you are also able to go to a park at a specific time period (between the present and the past). ie. you could go to the Magic Kingdom on Opening Day, hop over to EPCOT in 1996, stop off at DAK for the opening of Everest and finish off at DHS for Fanastmics first performance.
Now I'll be generous, you can elect to spend one day hopping between all four parks or four days in each park and a specific time period in each park.
Hope I've explained that well. Like I said, its a pretty goofy idea, but I just wondered what would be seen as the most popular time periods.
Here's my 'trip'.
Magic Kingdom (1994). Tomorrowland was yet to begin its slide towards over characterisation, with classics Mission to Mars and Dreamflight still open.
DHS (1990) Hollywood Blvd. has yet to fling its gates open, which is a shame.. but at least there's no Hat and the Backlot Tour still takes a 30-40 mins.
DAK (2014) I chose to stay in the present for this hop. The park is probably better now than it ever has been.
EPCOT (1988) I've decided that rather than go back to '83 to ride Horizons on its first day, I'll jump to '88 and still enjoy the classics before having dinner in the World Showcase and enjoying the new nighttime extravaganza IllumiNations.
Pleasure Island (2007 / NYE 1939) That's right, I'm completing this day with a stop at the old Club. You wouldn't expect anything else would you?