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August 17, 2018

Memory 192 – A Parkhopping Day at WDW, Part 2: Peter Pan's Flight

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Come and join us for another installment of the WDW-Memories podcast, where we relive my Walt Disney World.Today we will continue a day spent in Walt Disney World hopping between the two original Disney World parks, as we walk under the train station, up Main Street USA and on to a classic Disney Parks attraction.

Guess what? For those that aren't following me on Instagram or Twitter you might not know, but I just spent another day at Disney World. Well hopefully I did. I'm recording this episode as I'm packing to go to Florida for vacation at the beach, and as it stands we will be spending Thursday in Walt Disney World, making more memories, memories I hope to share with all of you soon. In the meantime though, let's return to the Magic Kingdom and pick up where we left off last time.

It's a very warm summer morning in Florida. If you remember last time, we just arrived at the Magic Kingdom, after taking the monorail over from Epcot where we left our car because we plan to return here at the end of the day. We stopped just as the family was entering the park. It wasn't smooth, but we finally got through the tapstyle queue, and I must say, I love not having to do bag check again since we did it already at Epcot. We begin moving our way down Main Street USA with the crows, going through the castle (because we can) and making our way through Fantasyland on our way to our first attraction of the day, Peter Pan's Flight. The park only opened 15 minutes ago, so we're doing good on time, and quickly make our way into the standby queue. We'll play with some of the great interactive elements as we wait for 15 minutes before boarding our flying ship, and off we go! I have to say, that queue is just awesome. Even just the fact that it's dark and cool is wonderful. Then on top of that they have made it very entertaining, it's easy to not notice how long you've been waiting.

Now sit back. Relax. Close your eyes. And come with me as we hop aboard a flying ship and head off in search of laughter and adventure.

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