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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    Our tradition is to have our family photo in front of the Tree of Life at the AK. (It is our favorite park). We've made the AK our first park for every visit over the last 10 years, and it is fun to see how much our kids have grown.
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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    I always have to watch the Trolley Parade on Main Street. It's been a favorite of mine for years. I've seen it so many times I could probably do the dance if I tried haha! I wish I could just find the song!

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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    My tradition is to sneak my flask into the park and then consume its contents unbeknownst to any Disney employees.

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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    When we decide that we want to ride Splash for the first time on any given trip, we take the train from Main Street to Frontierland. What better way to get submersed in Frontierland than taking an old train ride?
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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    We always get a picture in front of the Muppet fountain. There's a story of why we do this. During one of our first trips to Disney, My brother decided to set the backpack down on the fountain and it fell into the water.. OOPS! So now every time we go there we take a picture there, just because it brings back funny memories and we always start to laugh!
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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    My family goes to magic kingdom first.

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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    we always do chef mickey... always.. i have to have one on one time with the mouse!!!!and i think we have a knew one.. the hubby loves haunted mansion and he heads there directly..lol
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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    I like to look for the antique phones in Magic Kingdom and hidden Mickey's. We started a new tradition last time, site at the end of Main Street USA and have way too much ice cream while watching a daytime performance at Cinderella Castle.


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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    We always arrive a day early and go to Downtown Disney and take in the atmosphere.
    We always make sure we stop for ice cream at the Plaza ice cream parlor on main street in Magic Kingdom, just to name a couple.

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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    we always eat at Rose and Crown, Beaches and Cream, Liberty Tree Tavern, and Boma. if we arrive at disney late afternoon we'll head over to DTD and walk around. I always like to get a t-shirt at some point too.
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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    Been thinking about this and I suppose our tradition is never leave until you've been on peter pan and small world.. Also I also bring home a plush disney character whenever I visit Disney

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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    Everytime we enter MK we always go to adventureland, and get a dole whip, no matter how early it is! Then we ride jungle cruise and laugh at the jokes no matter how corny they are!

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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    For me, it's riding Spaceship Earth. Ever since I was little, (I'm still short after all these years, but thats a different story...), This ride summed up everything that is great with Disney.
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