Disney World

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7 Seas Drive
Orlando, United States
407 939 6244
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The largest recreational resort in the world (and the happiest!), Disney World was first opened in 1971.  There are forty-eight attractions split into the following regions:
  • Main Street, USA
  • Adventureland
  • Frontierland
  • Liberty Square
  • Fantasyland
  • Tomorrowland
  • Mickey's Toontown Fair
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Getting there:
Head for the Mickey Mouse ears and Donald's Duck beak.
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First To Review: Barbara C.
5.0 star rating
Mar 30, 2009
I've been to Disney world about 15 times. My family and I went almost every summer since I was 5. This is an experience you shouldn't miss while in Orlando. Every one should experience the magic. If you have only a day, I suggest getting a park hopper ticket and visiting the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and MGM. Start out by seeing the world at Epcot as well as riding Fast Track. Catch a bus to MGM and ride Tower of Terror and the Rockin' Roller Coaster; then, cool down with the ride that takes you through the MGM studios/ old movies (can't remember its name). Ride the monorail (try to ride in the very front and be a co-pilot) to Magic Kingdom. The ferry is nice too! Then, finish off the day in MK, making sure to ride all three mountains, Pirates of the Caribbean, the and the Haunted Mansion. Take a pic in front of the castle and with any characters you see (Robin Hood and Chip and Dale are really nice; at least when I was there last.) Then, finish the day off buying souveniers and watching the fireworks as the park closes.
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Feb 5, 2009
It's the happiest place on Earth. What more can I say? Well I do have 1 thing, if you have never had one you must get a Dole Whip in the Magic Kingdom around the Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse--they are to die for.
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5.0 star rating
Jun 8, 2008
Disney World is one of the most fun places in the world, you needs to at least see it once in your lifetime because it is truly magical. I went for the second time at the age of about 12 and I would go back at the age of 16. There are many things to do especially if you have access to all 4 parks. I would also suggest the meal plan, which gives you three meals a day + a snack and if you stay in one of the luxurious hotels, you get the option of getting in the park 2 hours earlier and getting out 2 hours later. We left Epcot for mid-afternoon. this gave us the option of traveling the different attractions and then dinner was international. You pick a country and go to their restaurant. All of the ones we chose had delightful food. We took 10 days and could have still stayed longer. Please don't leave it to 2 or 3 days to see everything.
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3.0 star rating
Oct 9, 2008
Ok, just scratch the surface to find the kid in most of us or at least go to Disneyworld. Is there anything else to see in Orlando? I doubt it. Disney corporation has made a huge production line of disney products and it is called Disneyworld... the rides are good if you want to stand in a lot of lines. Extreme commercialism in a really tacky way... you get to walk all around the world, or at least highlights of it, in a reasonably small space of time. Mickey and Minnie and co are all walking about for photo ops and then there is ther castle. The kids would love it though... they don't worry about crass commercialism they just want the ride/toy/experience. It was kind of what I expected but worse... Disney is too serious a money-making business to laugh at it much.
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5.0 star rating
Oct 4, 2009
Walt Disney World is a magical land where people from all of the world converge. I especially recommend Epcot -- what may seem manufactured is actually a permanent world exposition where each land is filled with actual imports who grew up in each of them and are fluent in the language. If you can't afford to travel the world, this is a good way to get introduced to a few countries and get exposed to actual ambassadors of them who could tell you where to go.

The great thing about Walt Disney World is that it's a much larger resort with 4 parks in one as compared to Anaheim. Please note though, the Magic Kingdom does a good job nearly matching the magic of actual Happiest Place on Earth (Disneyland in Anaheim) but it just doesn't surpass the original!
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