annual passport for Disneyland.
Digital Walnut, April 27, 2016, 11:56:17 pm
As a WDW geek, I don't understand why someone would do this. Wouldn't you get bored? There's like, nothing to do there.
Gosh, I really love Disney World.
Nifty Nif, April 28, 2016, 08:42:14 am
My wife's aunt, whose last name is Snowwhite (no shit) goes to Disney World like 2-3 times a year.
Turkeyvolumeguessing, May 04, 2016, 06:15:00 am
That is the fucking bomb. My parents, instead of empty nesting, are doing that now, but they're starting to go on Disney Cruises and doing the Food and Wine week thing rather than the 8-day see-every-park-twice family vacation experience.
The last time I went, I tried to do a Magic Kingdom one-day itinerary. Not one that is optimized for the best experience, but one that is optimized so you have the best chance of seeing everything, literally everything, in the park in one full day, from opening ceremonies to fireworks. At the time, this was 60ish attractions. A few were closed, so I think I had 50-some to work with. I got through 38 rides and attractions in 12 hours before ragequitting. I could have kept going because the park hadn't closed yet, but I was toast. I didn't take breaks for food, and I intentionally skipped "It's a Small World" because I knew I couldn't 100% complete it anyway. It was a harrowing day, but I also got to see attractions that I hadn't seen since my first visit in 1996. I will probably try again someday.
Park itinerary optimization is also a super interesting problem to tinker with if you like theme parks!
I have recurring dreams about theme parks and have had them since my youth. I wonder what it means? Probably that I like theme parks.