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2010-12-29 21:09:18.493201+00 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Via WDWDaddy, a neat article on Disneyland line management. One thing that struck me:

In recent years, according to Disney research, the average Magic Kingdom visitor has had time for only nine rides — out of more than 40 — because of lengthy waits and crowded walkways and restaurants. In the last few months, however, the operations center has managed to make enough nips and tucks to lift that average to 10.

That's a hell of a lot better than our last few visits to Six Flags Discovery Kingdom. Per ride, I think it's cheaper and more time efficient to drive down to Anaheim and stay overnight there than it is to ride in the local park...

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#Comment Re: made: 2010-12-29 22:04:03.359361+00 by: meuon

Nancy will have to give up some secrets regarding plans, but we have maybe > 20 in a day. What I can remember is looking at the maps and such and thinking: we've done it all and had fun. Of course, we aren't towing little kids.

#Comment Re: made: 2010-12-30 00:23:17.186882+00 by: Nancy [edit history]

My only secret is Touringplans.com - only for WDW, though. And they have plans for towing little kids too. I've had a subscription for years; it's an addiction. I would never visit without one of their plans.

I think there's another company doing DL plans, but you could probably work one out yourself. The important thing is to have a plan!

Hey! Touringplans.com now has Disneyland plans too!! sweet! Disneyland Info - still in the works....