doesn't know disney is going to remove all the att
Was it the 15th, of the prior month?
I hear ya,Never, I hope. I don't want anything messing with my plans!
I know that many people talk about the importance of being there at rope drop, but from our MK days over the past three weeks, I really don't see it as overly essential. We hit rope drop one or twice, but we were 30-60 minutes after rope drop the other days. We still were able to do a ton of stuff and collect a ton of FPs before we headed back for an early afternoon break. So many FPs that we weren't able to use them all.Yeah, I definitely can't have an 8am opening for MK.
from your mouth to Disney's ears.I'd be pretty surprised to see any 8am openings in May.
Not I!!!Who waits 15 minutes in standby????
Here is the way that I see it......you can wait 15 minutes in an attractions line while the other lines are getting longer and end up waiting in 3 or 4 additional 15 minute lines (again.....while more and more people are coming into the park and getting into lines) and use your 45 minutes waiting around then......or.....you can wait for 45 minutes up front, enjoy some breakfast, go over plans for the day, visit with the CMs, tell that poor person behind you who hasn't heard about FPs how to use them, see the morning show......and then not stand in any standby lines that are longer then 5 minutes....usually walk on!!!! Yep.....that works for me!!!! Besides......there is something exhilarating about making RD and dashing to your first ride. It gets your adrenaline pumping and you feed off of the excitement of others......just a great way to start the day!!!!!Not I!!!Quote Originally Posted by mousehelper View Post
Who waits 15 minutes in standby????
I'd rather wait 45 minutes for rope drop???
Seriously, if I'm not on the first Dumbo (okay, maybe the second) then I'm not doing Dumbo. As long as I can get my baby girl on Dumbo, and/or my baby boy wants to drive a car, we're at MK rope drop.