On Monday we headed to Magic Kingdom. I got goose bumps when the kids saw Cinderella's Castle for the first time. We had talked about it for soooooo long. "A" knew she was going to Cinderelly's house. And the look on her face when she saw it was great.
We had touring plans printed out, and my hope was that we could follow them and make great use of our time. I didn't feel like we were able to do that as much at AK. They aren't kidding when they say that you have to be there when the park opens.
Our day at MK was great. I can't remember the order of our activities, but this is what all we did:
Mad Tea Party
Cinderella's Golden Carousel
Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Peter Pan's Flight
It's a Small World
The Hall of Presidents
The Haunted Mansion
Swiss Family Treehouse
Pirates of the Caribbean
Magic Carpets of Aladdin
Enchanted Tiki Room
Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin
Tomorrowland Indy Speedway
Tomorrowland Transit Authority
Carousel of Progress
Stitch's Great Escape
That's basically the whole park. The main attraction that was closed while we were there was Big Thunder Mtn. Railroad. I'm looking forward to that being open next time we go.
I think some of our favorites were Mickey's Philharmagic, the Hall of Presidents, It's a Small World, Space Mountain, Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin and Splash Mountain. I think the least favorite was Stitch's Great Escape. "A" wasn't tall enough, so I didn't get to experience it, but the consensus said that I didn't miss much.
With Disney, the prime height for most rides is 40 inches. A was 38 inches when we went in October. After her surgery in January, she hit the magical 40 inch height, so lots more opportunities are there when we head back down.