Mostly because I was by myself and just moved at the pace I wanted to. That meant skipping over some things.Originally Posted by LuvTheBeast
And yeah, there were a couple things I forgot to mention in the TR and weren't worth mentioning because I didn't have any real impressions or pictures to share. Stuff like the Wishes fireworks show, which was nice, but appearantly so unmemorable that I didn't remember it.
I pretty much sustained on fast food the whole trip, yes, because that's what I could afford. I accidentally lost $100 of cash on day two and while I take responsibility for that, that had to impact my trip somehow, and dining was what was impacted.Seems at EPCOT you missed eating at the grill on the top level of The Land. The rotating restaurant is an attraction in itself.
Although looking at the menu, there's not much there that I'm wild about anyway.
I went there with the idea to do certain things and I mostly accomplished those things. I knew there were rides in Norway and Mexico, and I wanted to see Japan because that country interested me and I was curious what stuff they sold at the dept store there, etc. I did miss the American Adventure because I thought it was yet another movie like O' Canada or the France movie. If I had known otherwise, I would have went.Did you skip over the whole Nations section? There are many great old fashioned attractions in Mexico, Norway, Japan, Germany, and the best singers in WDW are in the American hall.
I've done Star Tours before at Disneyland. That experience taught me that I can't do simulators, and I mande an exception of that rule for Mission SPACE because it's supposed to be state of the art.Did you skip the Indiana Jones show and the Backstage Tour, and Star Tours, and Muppetvision?
MuppetVision is almost as great the third time as PhilharMagic was the first time.
Indy I didn't see, I tried to see what was considered the "best" entertainment while leaving time to wander around, so I saw some things like the Lion King show at DAK and SpectroMagic while skipping other things like Indy and LMA.
]I may be jumping the gun, it's just I never found parkhopping to be an efficient way of covering the parks, with the exception of coming early to whichever park opens early for park guests and staying late at whichever park in open late.
Maybe I did spend so much time looking at the forest that I didn't get a close look at any of the trees, but I'm satisfied with my visit, and that's what matters most, isn't it? I didn't get to do everything I didn't want to (PI, Epcot), and I spent more time in places that I didn't think I would (Magic Kingdom) but it wasn't a disaster.
I know there's a lot more to do than what I did, but I came, I saw, I widened my eyeballs at the price of the T-shirt.