Vote of the week: Which park to pick at Walt Disney World?
Written by Robert Niles
ORLANDO, Florida - So we've finally made it to Orlando on our 2010 Summer Roadtrip, with plans to hit up Universal Orlando's Wizarding World of Harry Potter next week.Tweet
But after that?
Well, we're going to have to find time for Walt Disney World, of course. (My little trip to Epcot today doesn't count, and besides, the rest of the family's a bit jealous that I chowed down on fancy pizza without them. So I'll need to spend some time at Disney with them next week.)
But where to go? What to do?
Hey, this sounds like a fun vote of the week!
Let's make this the question - you've got one day, and one day only, to spend at Walt Disney World, with no park-hopper ticket at your disposal. Which park do you pick, and why? Does a specific attraction lead you to one park? A place to eat? Is there one park you feel works better than the others as a one-day destination?
For example, as Los Angeles residents, we'd be more inclined to pick Epcot or Animal Kingdom in this vote, since the Magic Kingdom's so like Disneyland and Hollywood Studios includes many elements that we can find in Disneyland and California Adventure, or just driving around L.A.
What about you? Please vote below, and tell us in the comments why you made your pick. (Update: To clarify, this would be the park you most want to visit, not the one you think I should.)
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