24 Hours in Disney World by: Jack Parduhn

Hours 1-2: through hours 1 through 2, you wait in line to get your tickets. While waiting in line, figure out what rides you're going to want to ride first before the lines are to long.
Hours 3-5: After the first couple rides, walk through the city of Disney World. Walk through the shops and check out all the cool stuff!
Hours 6-7: Take a break from walking around and waiting in lines. Go sit down and grab a bite to eat at Victoria and Albert’s. “It’s the only AAA 5-Diamond restaurant in Walt Disney World.” (disneytourist)
Hours 8-11: After filling your stomachs with some food, go ride the most thrilling rides of all. Magic Mountain, Space Mountain, and Splash Mountain are great rides for thrill seekers. “Hint: Ride Splash Mountain at night; the view of Cinderella Castle is spectacular From the top of the mountain.”(alphamom).
Splash Mountain
Hours 12-13: Go get a tasty treat over in Magic Kingdom’s Adventure Land. Get yourself a pineapple Dole Whip over at Aloha Isle. “It’s just something that you have to try at least once!” (disneyfanatic)
Pineapple Dole Whip
Hours 14-15: Head over to the Cinderella Castle and watch an amazing firework show. The fireworks are launched and explode right over the castle. “Wishes come true as beloved Disney characters narrate this spectacular firework show” (disneyworld.disney)
Hours 16-22: After the park is closed, head back to your resort to play in the pools, get some food, and catch up on some sleep. The Disney resorts have many activities to offer after dark.
Disney's Grand Floridian Pool
Hours 23-24: Wake up from a good night of sleep, grab some breakfast and get ready to do it all over again!

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