/ Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

Dear Readers,

My last entry’s question of the week was “What is your favorite thing to do at Disney World?”  I got several great answers, but I’m choosing to spotlight Jen Tremley’s.  She said she loves Epcot and Soarin’ and that her strategy was to be there at Rope Drop, head for Soarin’ to get Fastpasses, then to have breakfast at Sunshine Seasons while waiting for time to ride.  We love having lunch at Sunshine Seasons but have never been there for breakfast, what a great idea!  Thanks for sharing your suggestion, Jen, I’ll try that on our next trip!

This week’s topic is my favorite things to do in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.  My two favorite things are riding the Tower of Terror, and Rock n’ Roller Coaster.  I like Tower of Terror because it’s fun to watch everything you pass while you move through line, but I really love the ride itself.  You never know how many drops there will be and in what order, because it changes every time.  I like Rock N Roller Coaster because it’s fast, fun and it’s amazing to see everything go whizzing by so quickly.

This week’s Question of the Week is: What is your favorite thing to ride or do at Disney’s Hollywood Studios?  Tell me all about it in the Comments section below, and I will pick one response to include in my next blog entry.

Talk to you later!

Andy H



11 thoughts on “WDW Radio Teens & Kids Day: Hollywood Studios Favorites!”

  1. Sam Fritz says:

    If this was asked before 2011 I would of said tower of terror, but now i have to go with Star Tours.

  2. Chris DeFlitch says:

    If I have to pick one, It would have to be Tower of Terror.
    TOT has awesome theming, the BEST queue in WDW, and arguibly the best ride in WDW

  3. Marie B. says:

    Mulch, Sweat & Shears, especially the EMH sets, as they are longer. Always a great show!!!

  4. Sarah M. says:

    If i have extra time in the Studios, I love going to the Writer’s Stop and grabbing a book and a snack (especially the carrot cake cookie!), then walking down the Streets of America to find all the little details on the facades!

  5. Jen Tremley says:

    Getting there at rope drop, and getting our Fastpasses to Toy Story Mania. Then continuing on into the back of the Studios and onto the Streets of America where there is NO ONE around. Its great to just be back there in the park without alot of people to take great pictures, etc or sometimes there are characters out there just waiting to get their picture taken with you with no line. Then we turn the corner from the Streets of America to The Writer’s Stop to get a cup of coffee and a carrot cake cookie! Then we make our way back over to Sunset Blvd to ride my favorite ride at DHS which is Twilight Zone Tower of Terror!

  6. Ben says:

    I love going to Muppets 3D vision.

  7. Leslie says:

    Muppet VIsion 3D or Toy Story Mania…so hard to choose!

  8. Chris says:

    We just got back from a visit. My kids like Toy Story Mania and tried Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster for the first time, but when it comes down to numbers, we rode Star Tours 4 times!

  9. Karalyn says:

    my favorite thing in HollyWood studios is the toy story mania, and tower of terror! I like Toy Story because you can do it with another person and see if you won or the other person so it’s kinda challenging. I like Tower because it’s a fast thing for older kids that proves that Disney has things for every age.

  10. Katelyn says:

    My favorite thing is the Great Movie Ride because it shows a lot of movies that my parents liked when they were kids. I also really like the Jedi training. I like it because I get to learn the ways of the Jedi.

  11. Mr. Tom Morrow says:

    When I am not riding Tower of Terror over and over, I am usually enjoying the sights and sounds of Hollywood Blvd. I think the Tinsel Town Square entrance plaza is one of the most underrated parts of any Disney theme park. The theming, music, and bright colors of Hollywood Blvd really makes the DHS experience for me, especially the advertisements on the billboards on top of the buildings!