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    Thumbs up Whats the ULTIMATE must see Attraction or Ride?

    We are going to WDW this coming Labor Day weekend and I hear it is going to be packed! We wanna see the best of the best (even tho all of WDW is amazing!!). I want to know what you think is the Ultimate Must See Attraction or Ride!

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    I recomend purchasing DWT (the book not the site) and Hidden Mickey's book so that you can see everything you're looking at!

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    Those are the books for this site right??
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    Yes... DWT is Disney World Trivia by this site's owner, Lou Mangojello, and the Hidden Mickey book is by Steve Berret, a member here..

    Both great books and can make a WDW trip an entirely different experience!

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    Quote Originally Posted by megolson
    We are going to WDW this coming Labor Day weekend and I hear it is going to be packed! We wanna see the best of the best (even tho all of WDW is amazing!!). I want to know what you think is the Ultimate Must See Attraction or Ride!

    Thanks in Advance!!
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    I think I would recommend Mickey's Philharmagic in the MK since it's technology is out of this world.
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    I second that, I never miss it.

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    I love the 3-D type stuff. We wanted to go last Thanksgiving but the park was shutting down cause the fireworks were getting over. We weren't up-to-date on park closing times. This time we will make sure to pay attention to that before we leave the room!!
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    We never miss Tarzan Rocks (Animal Kingdom) and since it will be closing in January it is one you cannot ever see again Waaaaahhhhhhh
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    Haven't been since it opened, but from what I hear Soarin' at Epcot is not to be missed! I love the oldies, but goodies....we NEVER miss Pirates of the Caribbean, Haunted Mansion or It's a Small World! I will never get tired of those! Of course as far as thrill rides go, you must to Tower of Terror and Rock 'n' Roller Coaster at MGM! Just plan out your day if you are on a restricted time schedule, that way you won't miss the things that you really have your heart set on. Birnbaum's WDW book is a great book that shows everything on all the rides and attractions. They even give a sample daily itinerary for with and without kids. Birnbaum's is a must purchase book for me every year (even those years we don't make it to WDW! )

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    to the boards, Megolson. I'll miss you by a few days (I go home just before Labor Day weekend).

    Must do's:
    MK: Mickey's Philharmagic and Wishes! from Main Street or by Crystal Palace (need a really good view of front of castle)

    Epcot: Soarin', Mission: Space, American Adventure, and Illuminations (from someplace with a clear view of the fire barge and a speaker nearby)

    Studios: Lights! Motors! Action!, Tower of Terror, and MuppetVision 3D

    Animal Kingdom: Dinosaur or the Safari, but I could skip the whole park and not miss it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by disneydame2004

    Animal Kingdom: Dinosaur or the Safari, but I could skip the whole park and not miss it.
    Oh...you must go to AK, especially if you haven't ever been there! And a MUST DO for there is The Festival of the Lion King!!!!! Love it!

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