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2 week Orlando trip in September

Postby Crazy4Coasters! » Mon Aug 17, 2015 11:22 am

My wife and I are heading to Orlando next month and we wanted any tips or advice you have and any other attractions you would recommend us to visit. We'll be arriving late Saturday afternoon Sept 5th and leaving early Friday Sept 18th.

Here's how our schedule looks like for the trip...

Saturday, Sept 5th Arrive in Orlando
Sunday, Sept 6th Attend Church then head over to Seaworld Orlando
Monday, Sept 7th Labor Day, Shopping day for the wife, Sightseeing
Tuesday, Sept 8th Busch Gardens
Wednesday, Sept 9th Universal Studios
Thursday, Sept 10th Universal Islands of Adventure
Friday, Sept 11th Night of Joy at Disney World (Evening to late night event)
Saturday, Sept 12th Rock the Universe at Universal Studios (Afternoon to late night event)
Sunday, Sept 13th Attend Church/ Sightseeing or attend park that can be done in half a day
Monday, Sept 14th Walt Disney World
Tuesday, Sept 15th Animal Kingdom
Wednesday, Sept 16th Disney Hollywood Studios
Thursday, Sept 17th Epcot
Friday, Sept 18th Go home

Anything to make our trip more enjoyable is welcomed. Thank you guys! :)
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Re: 2 week Orlando trip in September

Postby robbalvey » Mon Aug 17, 2015 12:04 pm

I would say on your days you don't have much going on, just extend your Disney park hopper by a day or two and have more time to explore. The Disney tickets get cheaper the more days you add on and you'll always be able to find something to do there.

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Re: 2 week Orlando trip in September

Postby Crazy4Coasters! » Mon Aug 17, 2015 12:14 pm

Sounds good! We did get the 5 day park hopper to make sure we have enough time to enjoy all the parks. We're hoping we don't get too tired of walking throughout the parks almost everyday. I've been checking the weather for those days and it seems it might be mid to high 80's with possible thunderstorms some days. What do you recommend to deal with the weather? Also, any city sites, small theme parks or attractions you recommend?
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Re: 2 week Orlando trip in September

Postby robbalvey » Mon Aug 17, 2015 1:23 pm

^ There's always Fun Spot and the new Merlin attractions (Orlando Eye, Tussauds, Sealife...)

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Re: 2 week Orlando trip in September

Postby Crazy4Coasters! » Mon Aug 17, 2015 1:56 pm

Thank you for that! The aquarium looks fun and I forgot about Legoland. We'll see if we can add it on.
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