^It is relatively easy to hop the monorail to one of the three monorail resorts to go get dinner and drinks outside of the Magic Kingdom and come back when you're done. I highly recommend The Wave... Of American Flavor at the Contemporary Resort for both. Once you're done, head back to Magic Kingdom to hang out for the rest of the evening.
Change the scheme, Alter the mood! Electrify the boys and girls if you would be so kind!
^ I understand why the line is long, I just don't understand why the ride is so popular. If I had to choose, Mr. Toad and Pinocchio are superior to Peter Pan. Peter is cool and all, but you don't crash into a train and go straight to hell.
KBrylczyk wrote:^ I understand why the line is long, I just don't understand why the ride is so popular. If I had to choose, Mr. Toad and Pinocchio are superior to Peter Pan. Peter is cool and all, but you don't crash into a train and go straight to hell.
Well if it helps your understanding of Florida's massive queue for Pan, that park doesn't have a Pinocchio or Mr. Toad ride nearby.
Pan is also unique in that it's the only suspended dark ride. Why is that such an allure? *shrug* Kids like to think they're flying? Can't really do that just anywhere. The elevated carousels like Dumbo, Aladdin and Astro Orbitor are still popular as well.
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