Update. Here are the plans so far.
Saturday, March 23rd - We leave for Florida, and the bus drives through the night
Sunday, March 24th - Arrive at Animal Kingdom at 8:30. Run straight to Flight of Passage, ride that, then ride around and watch shows until our Everest FastPass. Mid-afternoon, park hop over to Hollywood Studios. Ride Slinky Dog Dash (we're just gonna wait it out) and use our ToT and RnRC FastPasses. Stay at Hollywood Studios until park close.
Monday, March 25th - Epcot, all day. FastPasses for Test Track and Soarin'. Mid-afternoon is a music rehearsal (this is a band trip)
Tuesday, March 26th - Magic Kingdom, all day. FastPasses for Big Thunder, Space Mountain, and Splash Mountain. Perform in Downtown Disney mid-afternoon.
Wednesday, March 27th - Universal Orlando, all day. No music stuff, but no FastPasses ever. This is the really good itinerary idea I was given...
BlahBlahson wrote:What I would do if I was down for a ton of walking to start my day: Arrive well before open, go into to Universal Studios side asap and only ride Rip Ride Rockit. Leave and go to IOA, Hit Hulk through Single Rider, then straight to Kong through Single Rider. Then backtrack to Spiderman Single Rider, then Jurassic Park Single rider, then Forbidden Journey Single Rider. This should all take less than 2 hours even on a busy day. The rest of the day you have single rider available at Mummy, MIB, Transformers, and Gringott's, Jimmy Fallon and F&F you can book through UO App, the others just find a good time to ride or wait it out.
What I would do if I was down for less walking or didn't arrive until 9AM-Start just at IOA instead, literally just hit the park in a circle from the left, do the rides in order as long as you get to Kong before 10AM or it's posting over 30 minutes on UO app. You can usually power through the headliners of Islands in 2-3 hours even if it's real busy.
Then after a dinner meal, my school leaves home for Illinois, but I'm staying after with my family for more parks. We'll be visiting Fun Spot Orlando that evening.
Thursday, March 28th - SeaWorld for a good chunk of the day, then Fun Spot Kissimmee that evening.
Friday, March 29th - Busch Gardens all day from open to close. Drive up a little in the evening and stay overnight in Ocala.
Saturday, March 30th - Fun Spot Atlanta for like 10 minutes to pick up the credit then SFOG from 2 - 7 PM. I'm getting a Gold Flash Pass so I'll be able to hit every single coaster in that short period of time. Drive up and stay overnight in Chattanooga.
Sunday, March 31st - Finish drive home.
Slowly getting back into being an enthusiast.