Hi! In need of some Japan planning help. I have a few questions about Disney & USJ. I'll be visiting those 2 properties along with Yomiuri Land in Tokyo.
We will be at TDL April 1st and 2nd, apparently this is right at the end of spring break so I'm expecting to deal with crazy crowds. We will be spending 1 day at each Disney park. USJ will be after their break is over and the kids are back in school.
I'm trying to figure out a plan for DisneySea, here is what I have in mind. Please tell me your thoughts! -Show up hour before park opening, when park opens I send my family with the masses towards Toy Story, but have them go to Tower Of Terror instead. While they're walking in that mob towards that section of the park I'll swoop around to Journey and grab some fastpasses for us. Then I'd go meet them and ride TOT standby. After TOT jump on the Electric Railway to the back end of the park and either do SeaRider if it has a short wait (it isn't one of my "must-do's") or head back towards Raging Spirits & Indiana Jones until it's time to ride Journey. Then after that I'm at a loss as to what fastpasses to get next- I'll probably just end up winging it. I want to focus more on enjoying myself rather than rushing around all day.
Attractions that are "must-do's" at TDS- Journey to The Center of the Earth, Tower of Terror, Indiana Jones, 20k, and Sinbad. Anything else will be a bonus for me.
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