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Monet is a senior majoring in journalism at Florida Gulf Coast University. She is a Disney AP holder and a Disney College Program alum. You can find her covered in pixie dust singing along to the Festival of Fantasy parade soundtrack while dreaming about dole whips and blogging her life away.

10 Dining Reservations That Are Almost Impossible to Get at Walt Disney World

Disney Food

3. Victoria & Albert’s If you’re looking for an unmatched, elegant dining experience, look no further than Victoria & Albert’s. This is another pricey choice and comes with a dress code and age restrictions, but if you’re looking for the perfect meal to share with your loved one and celebrate some special, then you’ll definitely want to try and reserve ...

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10 Dining Reservations That Are Almost Impossible to Get at Walt Disney World

Cinderella's Royal Table

2. Cinderella’s Royal Table This dining experience is so popular that you really do need to book 180 days out. Dine inside the castle and converse with Cinderella and all of her princess friends as you enjoy a meal fit for a princess or prince. This reservation does need to be paid for in advance, so make sure you’re really ...

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10 Dining Reservations That Are Almost Impossible to Get at Walt Disney World

Victoria And Albert's

One of the best parts about Walt Disney World is the world-class dining that is offered throughout the parks and all around property. Sometimes you forget that you’re inside a theme park when you dine at one of the amazingly themed restaurants because you truly are fully immersed in a story. Because of their popularity, many of the restaurants are ...

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Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Touring Plan for a 2-Day Visit

7. Pack a bag I can’t stress this enough. You are allowed to bring a bag into any Disney park and you definitely should. You should have some type of pain medication, a first aid kit, water, little snacks and a portable phone charger. Having these things will keep you from needing to make unnecessary stops during your day at ...

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Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Touring Plan for a 2-Day Visit

6. Get to the park early and stay late If you want to experience as much as possible within two days, I highly recommend getting to the park before it opens and staying until after its officially closed. Yes, you may be tired, but you have the rest of your life to sleep and only a few days at Walt ...

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Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Touring Plan for a 2-Day Visit

5. Stake out spots early for parade/fireworks/other entertainment If this is your first time in the park, or your first time in a long time, then you have to see Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade, Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire and Happily Ever After, the new nighttime fireworks spectacular. These entertainment offerings tend to be very popular and people stake out ...

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Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Touring Plan for a 2-Day Visit

4. Pick out characters you want to meet and plan around their meeting times Disney is so much cooler than a regular amusement park because they have all of your favorite characters and you get to meet them! While there are some characters that will meet throughout the entire day, many of them only meet for a certain amount of ...

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Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Touring Plan for a 2-Day Visit

Crystal Palace

3. Plan ADR’s Planning and reserving dining reservations in advance will make your two days in the park a lot smoother because you plan your fastpasses and other things to do around them. Personally, I would try to plan maybe one early breakfast, like at Cinderella’s Royal Table, and then one early or late dinner, like at Be Our Guest ...

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Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Touring Plan for a 2-Day Visit

Fireworks

2. Only watch the fireworks one night As much as it pains me to say this, I would suggest only watching the fireworks one night unless you really don’t care about getting on as many rides as possible. The fact of the matter is the rides have some of their lowest wait times during any kind of entertainment offering, but ...

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Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Touring Plan for a 2-Day Visit

FastPass

1. Plan different fastpasses for both days I am the girl that wants to make the same fastpasses for both days because I have my favorite rides, but this isn’t ideal if you only have two days in the parks and you rarely get to visit. I definitely suggest making different fastpasses for both days so you get to experience ...

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