- Apr 26, 2019
Maybe use the extra time to have a really relaxed sit down ts meal for dinner and maybe brunch? Jungle skipper gets good reviews and the plaza breakfast looks tasty..
This is pretty much exactly what we do every single trip. It really allows us to take out time and makes us feel more immersed in the themed areas instead of running from one major attraction to another. As our kids have gotten older and we have started doing trips as a couple we like to take our time a little more and enjoy things we used to view as a waste of time.I always take at least 2 days for MK. I like to focus on Fantasyland/Tomorrowland one day and Adventureland/Liberty Square the other. IMO this is the park that is most difficult to “do” in just one day because of the sheer number of attractions. I realize, though, this might not be the case in COVID times.
It would not be too much, try to enjoy each section if the park, get a snack and look around enjoying the atmosphere of each section, like a Nutella waffle in Liberty square, and a dole whip in adventure land and just kinda soak in each area since you have the time to do so.I’m thinking about a 3 night trip to WDW. It was supposed to be DL, but I’m afraid it might not reopen by the time of my trip next month. Thinking about staying at Contemporary and going to MK two days in a row. Give me some things you would do at MK for two days. First thought that comes to mind is riding the trolley (never have) and spending a few hours exploring every store on Main St.
Do you think it will be too much?