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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Another Reason to Love Southwest!

Someone told me that you could apply for a Southwest credit card and once you were approved, and make your first purchase that you get TWO FREE FLIGHTS. Of course I was skeptical. I thought "what is the catch?" I am also one of those people who don't like to open up credit cards or charge anything to them. But if it is for FREE FLIGHTS, you may be on to something! So I looked into it! I Googled Southwest credit card and came across the  Southwest Credit Card Website  and found it! After I read the fine print I saw that there is an annual fee for the card. The annual fee is $99. And like I said earlier, you have to make a purchase first but that can be the smallest thing, as small as a pack of gum and then you get the reward points applied to your account so that you can book your flight. Please be warned that this process can take a little while. You apply online and you can get instantly approved or it can take week or  so for approval and then it can take up to another week to get the card. Once you get the card make the first purchase IMMEDIATELY and then pay it of AS SOON as it shows up on your online credit card account. Don't wait for the first statement. This will help the points be applied to your first statement. If you have a lot of time then this won't be a problem but we were short on time before our trip so we wanted to get it done ASAP before our flights were sold out or the price went up. The 50,000 points that you get after your first purchase cover $800 in real flight dollars and they are the WANNA GET AWAY prices when you look at Southwest.com, so if your flights are coming out really high (over $200 each way) you may end up having to pay a little. You will also have to pay a $5 fee for a Security Fee.

Also, every year on your card's "anniversary" you will get an extra 6,000 in points!

Another FYI: There are TWO different offers that Southwest has. They are almost always offering the ONE FREE Flight promotion, but they aren't always offering the TWO FREE FLIGHTS option.  The ONE FREE FLIGHT option is just as good and only has a $69 annual fee.

Overall, I love Southwest. They are usually one of the only airlines that offers nonstop flights to Orlando from Kansas City and they are always the cheapest, especially since they have no bag fees. This is just icing on the cake. We used this promotion on our trip in May and got two free flights so we only had to pay for one. You can't beat that, especially when our flights were going to be so expensive that we were considering driving!

If you have any questions about this, just shoot me an email at disneytripexpert@gmail.com or call me at 816-294-3988.

Also if you haven't checked out our podcast, Discussing Disney, you should really do so! It is awesome! Subscribe to us on iTunes!


Tuesday, February 21, 2012

You Really Do Have To Make Reservations!

Did you know that you can start making your Advanced Dining Reservations (ADR'S) for your upcoming trip to Walt Disney World a whole 180 days before you leave? Some people don't know that and some who do don't believe that they are necessary. I am here to tell you that they are very necessary!

I understand the belief that you want a "relaxing, unscheduled vacation" but there is also the belief of being able to eat with Mickey or Cinderella and in order to do that reservations are necessary. Could you get into restaurants without reservations? Possibly a the less popular restaurants, but why would you take the chance? But restaurants like Chef Mickey's, Cinderella's Royal Table or just about any character meal are going to require you to make those reservations. And you need to make them early! You can't wait until two weeks before you leave or even a couple months because availability is going to be very limited. This will be even more crucial in times when FREE DINING is offered.

I have been making reservations for clients in the upcoming spring months and have discovered that we aren't necessarily getting to get everything that they wanted.


A couple tips:

-Cinderella's Royal Table (in Cinderella Castle) is the HARDEST reservation to get on Walt Disney World property, you must call ASAP to get this reservation.
-Plans change and people cancel their reservations, if you find that the restaurant you want is booked, try again later, sometimes being persistent pays off.



The best tip of all: Let me do the work for you! This may sound like a pain and something that is difficult but I am a pro at it and I truly love doing it! I like calling Disney 100 times a day, seriously! It doesn't get much better than that! Call me at 816-294-3988 or email me at disneytripexpert@gmail.com for a free, no-obligation quote today!

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Disney Stroller Rental

Disney stroller rental is EXPENSIVE! Especially for double strollers. We usually bring our own but some people like the convenience of using Disney's strollers or having an outside company deliver the stroller right to your resort! 



Strollers are available for rent at a variety of locations throughout Disney Theme Parks, Water Parks, and the Downtown Disney® Area. Quantities are limited, and subject to availability. Double-passenger strollers are not available for rent at the Downtown Disney® Area.

The stroller rental fee is $15.00 per day for a single-passenger stroller and $31.00 per day for a double-passenger stroller. A $100 credit card deposit is required per stroller rented at the Downtown Disney® Area. The rented stroller must be returned to the original rental location to receive a credit card deposit refund.

For Guests who require a stroller rental for multiple days, we offer a Length of Stay rental ticket where you make a one-time payment transaction for as many days of rental that you will need. Single-passenger strollers are available for $13.00 per day and double-passenger strollers for $27.00 per day. Upon visiting a Theme Park, simply show your receipt at the stroller rental location and you will be expedited through the queue with little or no wait time.


There are many other options around the Walt Disney World area for stroller rental. They deliver the strollers directly to your hotel. They are usually cheaper than renting from Disney. Here are a couple:


Magic Strollers
Orlando Stroller Rentals
A Baby's Best Friend



Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Tips for Getting A Disney Pin Code

If you haven't heard of a Disney pin code, then you are missing out! Disney pin codes are personalized codes that Disney sends out to a random number of people offering a discount. They are amazing and they offer the biggest discounts available to Disney. They are offered both through US Mail and through e-mail. These discounts aren't available for everyone, just specifically to the person. They are not shareable and are for you only. They usually have a time restriction as well as a resort restriction telling you where you have to stay in order to get the discount.

So how do you get them? No one knows the real answer, it seems to be a random pick. But luckily there are some ways that seem to help increase the volume.

1. Go and sign up for the Disney Vacation Planning Free DVD. This helps get your name in the pot and let's Disney know that you are considering planning a vacation. Plus, it is fun to watch! Klarabelle and I sat and watched it the other day while I told her everything that she would be seeing. I actually ordered 3 and sent one to my mom and dads and my in-laws, in my name. I am hoping this would increase my chances. 
2. Create an online account on disneyworld.com or disneyland.com. You can create multiple accounts here as well. Just use different e-mails. Log in and play around with vacations, quote some and save some vacations. If you close out of the window and it asks you why you decided not to book then you should put that the price was too high. 
3. Call Disney and get some quotes as well. My feeling is that if you are close to booking and haven't Disney sees that as a reason to send you a PIN code so that the discount will push you over the edge to go ahead and book. 
4. Register for every Disney site, create an account at the PHOTOPASS website, inquire about the Disney Visa, sign up for Disney Movie Club, look in to the Disney Vacation Club and those kind of things. Find as many ways to get your name in the Disney database as possible. 

I used to get PIN codes all the time, but I haven't got one in about a year. It seems that if you aren't going you don't get one. I haven't been to Disney in a year and a half so I am thinking that is what is preventing me from getting one. It seems I only get them when I don't need them! We have only used one of our pin codes that we received in the past. I am sure I will get one right after we get back when I don't need it!

If you do get a PIN code, just call your travel agent (ME!) and have it applied to your account. Be sure you check your SPAM mailbox as well. Even if you have already booked then I can still apply the code to your account and your balance will be reduced. If you have paid in full you will receive a refund. 

GOOD LUCK!

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Changes to Disney's FASTPASS

I thought I would jump on the Disney rumor bandwagon and discuss the changes to Disney's FASTPASS.

This can get some people very worked up over the changes but I can see both sides of the argument.

First of all it is official, no longer a rumor, that Disney's FASTPASS return times will now be enforced starting on March 7th. Cast Members have been told that they must check the return times on the FASTPASS. In the past if you got a FASTPASS for 10:05-11:05, you were able use the FASTPASS anytime after 10:05, it didn't matter it was 7:05 that night, as long as it was after 10:05 you could use the FASTPASS. Starting March 7th, you will be required to come back in that hour, give our take 15 minutes or so. I don't like this at all, we frequently returned to use our FASTPASS after the hour window. There are many ways that we could get delayed in touring, especially with our small children. Although I don't like it, I believe it is something that I can live with. My question is, what will happen if the ride is down during your scheduled FASTPASS time? I am assuming you will probably get another FASTPASS that can be used for the rest of the day or something.

The crazy unknown rumor is the xPass. The xPass is said to be the reason for the change in enforcing return times. Not to make the FASTPASS more efficient or used the "way it was intended to be" like people think. It is all in preparation for their xPass which is another way to make some money! I can't complain about them adding something to ticket options, this only makes things more confusing for the average visitor which makes them more likely to hire a Disney Travel Specialist who knows what they are doing. So what is the xPass? We aren't really exactly sure yet. It is rumored to be a program where you will be able to plan out your FASTPASS and show times before you leave home. Time will tell how I feel about this but for now I think it will become too much of a scheduled vacation. I think it is sometimes hard to work around dining reservations and to have to work around FASTPASS times will just make the vacation too "scheduled" which then becomes a hassle rather than a vacation.

I have faith in Disney, I think that they will do this the right way and I will end up liking the changes, only time will tell.

Friday, February 10, 2012

I am on a Disney Podcast!!

Discussing Disney Episode 1



Zach Sears from Discussing Disney and myself created a Disney Video Podcast! I thought it was really fun and exciting. I have listened to a lot of Disney podcasts thinking how awesome it would be to be on one and now I am! Now, we just have to find a way to gain some listeners. I think it is really innovate and unique. It has a very interactive factor to it. I love that you can "see" what we are discussing. I can't tell you how many times I have listened to a podcast and have been wondering what the heck they were talking about. 

All the credit goes out to Zach on the editing and putting this together. He did a fantastic job!

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Disney's Dolphins in Depth Review

There aren't a whole lot of reviews of Disney's Dolphins in Depth Backstage tour out there so I thought I would write about our experience!

In fact there really isn't a whole lot of information available about the tour, I was told by a cast member that they don't even do advertising for the tour, all their business is word of mouth and the t-shirts they give and that is good enough for them. They still have it booked up all the time!

A lot of people thought we were crazy for going to Walt Disney World on our honeymoon. Everyone thought "wouldn't a beach getaway be more romantic?" Well we aren't beach people. My husband doesn't know how to swim and I have such fair skin that I burn when I ride in the car on a sunny day. I am not one to take a vacation where there is nothing to do or see. I want experiences, I am not just a relaxing vacation type of person. I know that is what some people want but not me. I want to see and do stuff!

Anyway, of course being the Disney fan that I am my husband agreed to a Disney World vacation and I have always wanted to swim with dolphins. I have been a fan of dolphins for as long as I can remember and swimming with them has been a dream of mine. I knew that you could do it in Walt Disney World so of course I looked into it and booked the tour!

This is going off of memory from over 3 years ago so some details will be left out. We went in October of 2008.

First of all let me tell you about the tour! It is in Epcot and is a three hour tour at The Seas with Nemo and Friends Pavillion. This is a lot different than the "swim" opportunities that you may see at other locations. Really, we just got waste deep in the water and interacted with the dolphins and that was good enough for me. They are very careful with their dolphins and don't do a lot of other things with them. The interaction in the water is about 30 minutes long.

We showed up at Epcot and we were a little early and we waited around for the tour to start. (We got Soarin' FASTPASSES while we waited that we used after the tour so that worked out well!) Then we started our tour! It was really cool to see all the backstage aspects of The Seas with Nemo  and Friends! We learned about what they do there and a little about the dolphins. They told us how they teach them and then did a presentation with the dolphins using a teaching game. We then got into our wetsuits (bring a swimsuit!) and got to the best part! Our personal interaction with the dolphins. We were in groups of 2 and each got our own trainer and dolphin. Our dolphin's name was Khyber and he was the youngest of the dolphins. He was the one who was picked on by the bigger, older dolphins and he was the newest to tricks so they said he may not "perform" well but he sure did and we had a blast!

If you don't know me personally you may not know that this is where we got the name for our son. My husband's name is Ky and we thought it was really cool that we swam with Khyber so we said, if we ever have a boy that will be his name! And in June of 2011 we had our little Kyber, we spelled it differently to be more like my husbands! I think it is a good story of how our son's name came along. Every time that we have been back to we always visit the Seas where the dolphins are and talk to Khyber. Even though I don't know if he is still there. In May we will get to take our Kyber to get to see him!

After the dolphin interaction that is where you get your picture, your t-shirt and your refreshments. You also get a certificate telling you about the experience. This is also where we learned about protecting dolphins and safety in the wild.

Overall, we really enjoyed this experience and when my children are older I would definitely take them again!
Baby Kyber and I

Our Disney provided picture with Khyber the dolphin.





Price is $194.00 a person and you must be 13 years and older. The tour is offered Tuesday-Saturday. The price includes the t-shirt, a photo and refreshments at the end.

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Are you looking for a good water bottle to take to the parks? Try a Hydro Flask!

Hydro Flask

Hydro Flask 

A lot of people will ask what to pack when planning a Disney vacation. One thing that is always on my list is my trusty Hydro Flask! Lets face it, Florida is hot!!! You need to stay hydrated and wasting your snack credits on a bottle of water in the park is just sad. Or even worse, paying out of pocket for one! So it is a good idea to bring your own REFILLABLE water bottle. So what is so great about their product?

This is the "About" on the company website: 

Then There Was Hydro Flask

Travis Rosbach was fed up with reusable beverage bottles that failed on every level, from plastics that leached harmful BPA to temperature fluctuations that would make Mercury ashamed. If the hot tea he put in them didn’t scald his hands when he picked them up, then the ice-cold water he took to the beach made the bottles sweat and collect more sand than a sunbather’s bikini bottom.
So Hydro Flask® began with a challenge: to create a reusable water bottle that truly performs in any environment. It had to keep hot liquids hot and cold liquids cold. Period. It should be BPA-free, lightweight, durable, sweat-proof, freeze-proof, recyclable, and come with an unconditional lifetime warranty.
The result of a year and a half of hard work and research is our beloved Hydro Flask. They are made from 18/8 stainless steel and feature double-wall vacuum insulation that ensures the temperature of the liquid inside never mingles with the temperature of the environment outside. Your hots will stay hot for 12 hours, and your colds will stay cold for 24.
Concurrently, Rosbach launched FivePercentBack.org, a website that empowers the end users of Hydro Flasks to donate 5% of our profit to any one of a list of charities that support emergency response services, animal advocacies, social efforts, and humanitarian services. Now, while our customers were doing something good for themselves by purchasing a Hydro Flask, they could also do something good for the world around them. Don’t you just love happy endings?


Besides the technical reasons and the philanthropic reasons (how awesome is that?) why do I love the Hydro Flask? Well one reason is that it honestly keeps my drink cold! I put water in it in the morning and it is cold all day long and that is without ice! Also, it doesn't sweat at all, I love that I don't have to worry about getting everything in my bag wet and ruined from the sweat. I also like that it comes in fun colors, I have a purple one that I just love!

I will say that I have never used it for hot liquids so I can't comment on that. 

Another note is that sometimes Florida water can taste funny! So if you can't stand the taste then you may have to stick with the bottled water or maybe you can bring some Crystal Light pouches to help with the flavor!

I just throw this in my Disney backpack and we always have fresh, cold water at hand whenever we get thirsty. 

I just want to note that I do not have a financial obligation with Hydro Flask, I just truly love their bottles and know that they actually work!

Don't leave home without it! 


Thursday, February 2, 2012

Back to Basics:Differences in Dining Plan

What's the differences in the Disney Dining Plans?


One of the first things that people ask me when they are considering whether or not to get on the Dining Plan is whether or not it is worth it. I absolutely recommend the dining plan. We love it! I think it is worth the money and it gives your vacation an all-inclusive feel. After you get there all you have to spend is money of tips and souvenirs.

Food is one of the funnest parts of Walt Disney World, not to mention DELICIOUS! I always joke that if it wasn't for the food I wouldn't be able to get my husband to keep going back!

Quick Service Dining Plan:
Two Quick Service Meals per person, per night
One snack per person, per night
One Resort Refillable Mug per person, per package

2 Quick Service Meals
One entree, one dessert (lunch/dinner only), and one non-alcoholic beverage OR one combo meal
1 Snack Options
Examples of snacks: one frozen ice cream novelty, popsicle, fruit bar, popcorn scoop (single-serving box), single-serving bag of snacks, single piece of whole fruit, 20-oz. bottle of Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite or Dasani water, medium fountain soft drink, 12-oz. coffee, hot chocolate or hot tea, single-serving prepackaged milk or juice. There are times when we will use one of our snack credits when we are very thirsty in the parks. But truthfully you can get much bigger things than a bottle of water with a snack credit. But I refuse to buy a bottle of water when I have snack credits!
Resort Refillable Drink Mug 1 per person, per package. These are great souvenirs. I always complain about how small they are though. If you go down and fill it up it is empty by the time that you get back to your room! You are only allowed to use the mug at YOUR resort and for your current stay only. (In other words, don't try and use it on your next trip!)

Everyone in the room must be on the same package and ticket options. All passes must be used within 14 days of first use, unless the No Expiration option is purchased.

Basic Dining Plan

For each night of your package stay you will enjoy:

1 Table-Service Dining Option per person, per night
1 Quick-Service Dining Option per person, per night
1 Snack option per person, per night
One Resort Refillable Mug per person, per package

1 Table Service Meal
Adult: One entree, one dessert (lunch/dinner only) and one non-alcoholic beverage OR one full buffet
Child: One entree, one appetizer, one dessert (lunch/dinner only) and one non-alcoholic beverage OR one full buffet (must choose from children's menu when available)
1 Quick Service Meal
One entree, one dessert (lunch/dinner only), and one non-alcoholic beverage OR one combo meal
1 Snack Option Examples of snacks: one frozen ice cream novelty, popsicle, fruit bar, popcorn scoop (single-serving box), single-serving bag of snacks, single piece of whole fruit, 20-oz. bottle of Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite or Dasani water, medium fountain soft drink, 12-oz. coffee, hot chocolate or hot tea, single-serving prepackaged milk or juice
Resort Refillable Drink Mug 1 per person, per package
Applicable gratuity charge not included except at participating prepaid dining locations, excludes alcoholic beverages, certain other limitations may apply, children ages 3-9 must choose from the children's menu if available.

Dessert available only during lunch or dinner. One juice is included during breakfast

Meal plans must be purchased for the entire length of your stay and for your entire party.

1 Table-Service meal can be exchanged for 1 Character Dining Experience (Note that some Character meals require 2 Table-Service Meal exchanges.)

2 Table-Service meals may also be exchanged for one of the following: 1 Cinderella's Royal Table Dining Experience, 1 Signature Dining Experience, 1 Disney Dinner Show (category 2 or 3 seating at 5:00 or 7:30 pm shows, Cat 1 at 9:30 pm shows), or 1 Private Dining Meal.

Pizza Delivery: 2 adult table-service meals can be exchanged at Value and Moderate resorts for one 16" pizza.

2 adult Table-Service meal entitlements may be exchanged for 1 Candlelight Dinner Package.

4 Table-Service meal entitlements may be exchanged for 1 Pizza Service (16" pizza, 2 beverages, 2 appetizers, 2 desserts) at Deluxe resorts.


Deluxe Dining Plan: This is the one that we always use because we love the Signature Restaruants, so what we do is one table breakfast and then a signature dinner. Although we could have 3 meals we only do two a day. We never go to Walt Disney World without going to a show such as Hoop Dee Doo or Mickey's Backyard BBQ and we love California Grill and Jiko so the Deluxe Plan fits us best!
For each night of your package stay you will enjoy three meals per person of any combination of Table Service or Quick Service dining which includes:

Table Service Meal
Adult: One appetizer, one entree, one dessert (lunch/dinner only) and one non-alcoholic beverage OR one full buffet
Child: One appetizer, one entree, one dessert (lunch/dinner only) and one non-alcoholic beverage OR one full buffet
Quick Service Meal One entree, one dessert (lunch/dinner only), and one non-alcoholic beverage OR one combo meal
2 Snack Options Examples of snacks: one frozen ice cream novelty, popsicle, fruit bar, popcorn scoop (single-serving box), single-serving bag of snacks, single piece of whole fruit, 20-oz. bottle of Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite or Dasani water, medium fountain soft drink, 12-oz. coffee, hot chocolate or hot tea, single-serving prepackaged milk or juice
Resort Refillable Drink Mug 1 per person, per package
Applicable gratuity charge not included except at participating prepaid dining locations, excludes alcoholic beverages, certain other limitations may apply, children ages 3-9 must choose from the children's menu if available.

Dessert available only during lunch or dinner. One juice is included during breakfast

Meal plans must be purchased for the entire length of your stay and for your entire party.

1 Table-Service meal can be exchanged for 1 Character Dining Experience (Note that some Character meals require 2 Table-Service Meal exchanges.)

2 Table-Service meals may also be exchanged for one of the following: 1 Cinderella's Royal Table Dining Experience, 1 Signature Dining Experience, 1 Disney Dinner Show (category 2 or 3 seating at 5:00 or 7:30pm shows, Cat 1 at 9:30pm shows), or 1 Private Dining Meal.

Pizza Delivery: 2 adult table-service meals can be exchanged at Value and Moderate resorts for one 16" pizza.

4 Table-Service meal entitlements may be exchanged for 1 Pizza Service (16" pizza, 2 beverages, 2 appetizers, 2 desserts) at Deluxe resorts.

Meal entitlements for children ages 3-9 are not transferable to adult guests in the party ages 10 and up.

Everyone in the room must be on the same package and ticket options. All passes must be used within 14 days of first use, unless the No Expiration option is purchased.

ONE IMPORTANT DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THIS AND THE BASIC PLAN IS THAT EVERYONE GETS AN APPETIZER!



There are also Disney's Platinum and Premium Dining packages that include recreation with dining as well as Cirque du Soleil, Richard Petty Ride-Aong Options, Preferred Fireworks/Fantasmic Viewing and much much more! If you want more details about those options please contact me!

2012 Disney Dining Plan prices: (Note that these change every year but not by a whole lot.)

Quick Service Dining Plan
Adults: $34.99 | Children: $11.99

Basic Dining Plan
Adults: $51.54 (regular season) | $53.54 (peak season*)
Children: $15.02 (regular season) | $16.02 (peak season*)

Deluxe Dining Plan
Adults: $85.52 (regular season) | $89.52 (peak season*)
Children: $23.79 (regular season) | $25.79 (peak season*)

*Peak Seasons: 2/16/12 - 2/25/12, 3/09/12 - 4/14/12, 6/1/12 - 8/4/12, 12/21/12 - 12/31/12

Premium Dining Plan
Adults: $179
Children: $129
Platinum Dining Plan
Adults: $239
Children: $170



FOR A LIST OF ALL PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS ON THE DINING PLAN CHECK OUT DISNEYWORLD.COM OR CONTACT ME FOR DETAILS!

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Back to Basics: What is a FASTPASS and how does it work?



On my first trip to Walt Disney World in 1993, I can remember when we had to wait almost 2 hours for a ride. Unfortunately, that is all that my dad remembers! He will tell everyone that his trip to Disney consisted of him waiting in line, it is hard for him to comprehend that as long as you plan accordingly and use Disney's FASTPASS system to you advantage, you don't really have to wait like that anymore.

The best part about Disney's FASTPASS it that it is FREE!! The FASTPASS system is only available for select attractions. Luckily, there are the most popular attractions and the ones with the longest lines.

The first thing you will need to do is go to the attraction with the FASTPASS and look for the FASTPASS distribution sign. Check for the "return time" that is posted. This is the time that you can return with the FASTPASS ticket and enjoy a shortened wait time than the standby time.

For a ride you will get an one hour time frame for example (1:10-2:10) that you will need to return between but for a show you will have a specific show time to return for.

You just put in your admission ticket in order to spit out the FASTPASS. You can use your room key if you are staying an Walt Disney World Resort. The FASTPASS ticket will pop out and you are free to roam the rest of the park!

After your FASTPASS time approaches, you just simply go to the FASTPASS line and hand your ticket to the Cast Member and enjoy the shorter wait time. IMPORTANT NOTE: You don't really have to make it within that time period. As long as you are AFTER the initial time period you can use the FASTPASS!


Please keep in mind:

FASTPASS tickets are only valid on the day that they are issued.
Everyone in your party must have their own FASTPASS ticket.
You can't get more than one FASTPASS at a specific time. There's a limit to the number of FASTPASS tickets you may have at one time. On your ticket will be printed the time at which you can get your next one. Disney's FASTPASS Service machines won't issue another ticket until the time stated on your current one.

Here is a list of the attractions available for FASTPASS distribution:

Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park:

Primeval Whirl
Kilimanjaro Safaris
DINOSAUR
Kali River Rapids
Expedition Everest

Disney's Hollywood Studios Theme Park:

Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith
Toy Story Mania!
Star Tours – The Adventures Continue
The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror

Magic Kingdom Theme Park:

Space Mountain
Splash Mountain
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin
Jungle Cruise
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Peter Pan's Flight

Epcot Theme Park:

Mission: SPACE Pavilion
Test Track
Captain EO starring Michael Jackson
Maelstrom
Soarin'