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

    A strawberry tart at Boulangerie Pattiserie. Actually got one in France when we went this May, and it wasn't as good as the one at Disney.

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

    A Dole Whip float from Aloha Isle!
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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    Riding "It's a Small World" first. We always go to MK shortly after check in and traditionally it is the first attraction we experience.

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    We always get on TTA to soak up the atmosphere. That first ride is amazing!!



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    Avoiding "It's a Small World" as if it were a cruise through a leper colony.
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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    I always spend the first day of my vacation in the Magic Kingdom and after wandering through main street I head straight to Adventureland for a dole whip followed by a trip to the haunted mansion.

    Always the same start to every vacation and I love it!

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

    We always order pizza to our resort room at least once in every trip and I personally always have to have a Root Beer float in the Magic Kingdom at least once.

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

    Going on Carousel of Progress and singing along each time the song is played, religiously.
    We have to watch Country Bear Jamboree, even though we don't actually enjoy it all that much, but we always laugh and have a good time.
    I always get my picture taken with Buzz in the que for Space Ranger Spin, every time.
    Getting fast passes for Thunder Mountain.
    Eating at Pinocchio's village haus for lunch.
    Turkey Legs around dinner time.
    I know it's not ideal, but we always head staight into Tomorrowland first before any other land. I think it's all our favourite.

    There's probably some more that I can't think of right now. I'll post them if I remember.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Nostalgia View Post
    Eating at Pinocchio's village haus for lunch.
    You mean Pinocchio's village haus is open? Every time I see it, it's closed

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    I've never seen it closed, actually. I know it's always open for the Christmas and Halloween parties, anyway.
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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    Odd. Of Course, we only go once every other year so maybe we're just really bad at timing XD

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

    Breakfast at 'Ohana...
    we are a blended family, with 4 kids - we started this on our "family-moon" (the trip we all took together in lieu of a honeymoon, to celebrate the family we became). We always take that breakfast to remember that through it all, family is important...

    Ahhh...that just brought tears to my eyes

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

    I have to go to Epcot on the last day. Not sure how that started, but just something I do.
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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    Quote Originally Posted by dwdiva View Post
    Breakfast at 'Ohana...
    we are a blended family, with 4 kids - we started this on our "family-moon" (the trip we all took together in lieu of a honeymoon, to celebrate the family we became). We always take that breakfast to remember that through it all, family is important...

    Ahhh...that just brought tears to my eyes
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    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    We always spend our first day at the Magic Kingdom, ensuring we're there for the opening ceremony And whilst everybody else is rushing around to get on one of the rides, we stroll slowly down Main Street USA, have our photos taken with the Mayor and his friends and browse the shops whilst the crowds are busy else-where. It normally takes us a good hour and a half to reach the hub, where we usually carry on to Frontierland.
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