Definitely Walt Disney World. Cedar Point is a lot of fun and all with some fantastic coasters (Maverick), but Walt Disney World just has so much to it. Great rides, great food, and just so much to do.
I definitely have to choose Walt Disney World as it is basically a city in of itself. It is a wonderful all inclusive resort with endless options and experiences to be had. I feel that even a week is not enough time to experience all the resort has to offer. My most recent trip is the first time I spent a whole day at EPCOT and I would be happy to do that again!
I would choose WDW. It's a very hard decision but WDW, to me seems like a large magical place with many exciting attractions and less "concrete and coasters". I feel immersed in theming at WDW which is the total opposite at CP. I do like both, however WDW just feels like a foreign place.
This is really a hard question. It's "theme" versus "amusement", and "action" versus "atmosphere". I think I'll go with WDW. I used to be all about the roller coasters, and it wasn't until very recently that I realized there's more to the industry than that. I love the immersive feeling I get from WDW. If you would have asked me a couple years ago, I would have said Cedar Point hands down. Although it still is a very close finish between these two.
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