To get the best possible chance of minimising queues and having a less stressful day, you are going to want to combine three things – the DAS pass, fast passes and touring plans. I am going to explain the best ways of doing this and also some exceptions for individual rides and parks.
There is so much to do at Disney World without even entering the parks and if your child has had enough of crowded theme parks then it is good to have a few other ideas to fall back on. Here is our round up of our favourite free or cheap ways to spend a few hours in the evening while we are at Disney!
My very favourite had to be the special 25th anniversary chocolate dessert topped with an aesthetically pleasing dark chocolate star, which finished it off perfectly!
The ride set off into a glowing neon world of Buzz lightyear! The idea is to use your laser canon to shoot invisible lasers at the many targets as you travel through the Gamma Quadrant.
We really enjoyed the show and yes we did get to keep the hats! So if you fancy a fun evening watching stunning shootouts and sensational stunts as well as Mickey Mouse and friends whilst you are at Disneyland then this is the show for you!
We were actually taken aback as we entered the huge lobby! The large, spotless reception area, with its giant chandelier, sweeping staircase, subtle disney themes and sofas, larger than my living room, was like stepping straight into a fairy tale castle!
The ride itself is a story book like, colourful journey through the world. As you round each corner you find your eyes feasting on impressive vibrant scenes from different countries. There are cute dolls dancing and singing in costumes to match where they are and singing the theme tune in their native language.