[QUOTE=Dana;1003338]It would be tiring ,but a do-able plan. I would personally be at HS at the rope drop (bonus if it’s an EMH morning). Do the attraction in this order and have them done twice by 1pm. You go directly to TSM grab a FP and then ride. Head over to RnR, wait it out and then go directly to TOT and wait. After TOT, you FP time for TSM will have opened. At this time, grab a FP for RnR. Go ride TSM. Once your FP time open for RnR, grab one for TOT. you can wait out TOT at least one more time and possible two rides on RnR assuming you get there right when the park opens. I use this tour plan and am able to ride these three attraction back and forth until lunch time with little or no wait depending on the day of the week you go there. I suggest grabbing a FP for any other attraction you want to ride and have lunch while you wait for the window to open. Afterward, take the boat to Epcot. Grab a FP for Soarin as soon as you walk in. Do whatever you want until the window opens. Very, do-able…been there, done that and was TIRED when done! lol[/QUOTE]
What she said. :laugh:
Seriously, since it opened, we have never once spent an entire day at MGM/DHS. Dana’s plan has a commando-ish feel to it, but she’s absolutely right… very do-able. The key to Dana’s plan is the FP for TSM. An associate of mine just got back and TSM was the highlight of the trip (I still haven’t done it… :frown:)
The other key to Dana’s plan is sending someone in your party to get Soarin’s FPs (we actually did this on our last trip). Soarin’ stays open, so even if you’re not there until after lunch, you should still be able to get tickets.
My favorite part of the boat ride from DHS to Epcot is the nap. :laugh: