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Question: What are your two favorite WDW theme parks? :: Total Votes:71
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Magic Kingdom and Epcot: They're the original two at WDW and they're the best! 27  [38.03%]
Magic Kingdom and Disney's Animal Kingdom: The first WDW park and the newest WDW park are tops in my book! 9  [12.68%]
Magic Kingdom and Disney-MGM Studios: I like these the best because it is fun to be among the fantasy and make-believe! 22  [30.99%]
Epcot and Disney's Animal Kingdom: I like these because they're the world of the future, countries of our present-day world, and the world of animals! 5  [7.04%]
Epcot and Disney-MGM Studios: These are are not only the closest WDW theme parks to each other, they're the closest in my heart! 6  [8.45%]
Disney's Animal Kingdom and Disney-MGM Studios: At WDW when the name starts with Disney, it HAS to be good! 2  [2.82%]
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Posted: Oct. 17, 2003 9:15 am/pm Quote

Hard Choice!  MK is the original Disney.  MGM could use some updating, after the first few trips it seems to be getting old...  And I do love AK, being an animal lover, but my second choice was EPCOT.  Future World in very interesting, educational and FUN and World SHowcase let's me see places I may never otherwise get to see...

And the really great thing is that I'll be there next Friday!!!  LOL


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Posted: Oct. 17, 2003 1:00 am/pm Quote

Having "just" left the World (10/5) after an eight year interval between visits, my family found that our two favorite parks were Epcot and MGM.  Now teenage boys, my sons weren't as excited about the Magic Kingdom as they were when they were younger.  Epcot became our favorite park because of all the really cool things to do in Future World (Mission: Space is AWESOME), the World Showcase with all the different countries, cuisines, and cool stuff :laugh: and Illuminations!  MGM has the Rock N Rollercoaster (which we loved), Star Tours (my kids went to Disney and only came home with Star Wars souvenirs), Tower of Terror, Who Wants to be a Millionaire (totally addicting), Sci-Fi Dine In, 50's Prime Time, etc.  We had a great time at all the parks, but these two ended up being our favorites!  My son just wanted to wander around EPCOT all day!

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Posted: Oct. 17, 2003 10:51 am/pm Quote

Well, since I used to work there, I have to vote the Magic Kingdom. It will always hold a special place in my heart, and it is really neat to go in there and see the different changes going on, while being able to share with my family about all the stuff that goes on backstage in other areas of the park that would otherwise go unnoticed.
My other choice is Epcot. The American Adventure has always been my favorite attraction in all of the parks, and I really like the way that it is constantly changing, even more than all of the other parks. It gives you something new to always look forward to. The only thing I miss is the old Illuminations - I don't like the new one as much, it is too hard for me too make out everything on that ball in the center of the lagoon. Gives me eye strain. :Oo:


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Posted: Oct. 20, 2003 8:59 am/pm Quote

#1  Disney MGM Studios--it is where I began my Disney career and it has two of my absolute favorite attractions:  Star Tours and Muppetvision 3-D.  Growing up, I was both a Star Wars and Muppet fanatic so to be able to go somewhere with attractions based on them is awesome.  The fact that I got to work with/in both of them was a dream come true. :coolgrin:  

#2  EPCOT--I do enjoy MK, but I always find EPCOT to be more relaxing and with less wait time for attractions.


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Posted: Oct. 20, 2003 4:31 am/pm Quote

Well dang Skippy, looks like I'm in the minority. I voted for the Magic Kingdom and the Animal Kingdom. I don't do a lot of thrill rides, to me Splash Mountain is a thrill ride, but I love to people watch at the MK. Park me at the end of Splash Mountain with a big ole hot dog from the vendor just across the way and I'm happy as can be. I love Pirates and the Country Bears and I guees part of it might be because I'm usually in a wheelchair and I've never felt like I was a bother at those attractions. Went to the AK for the first time last March and it was love at first sight! I wish I could live under the bleachers at the Lion King Show. Yup, all it takes is the lights going down and the striking of the first note and I'm sniveling. I am a Disney geek and I do not care! :clap:

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Posted: Oct. 29, 2003 1:59 am/pm Quote

I voted for Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom because when we visited last November (the first time for our four year old daughter) - these were the parks that made the most impact on her.

You just can't beat the feeling of seeing Main Street when you first get there !

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Posted: Oct. 29, 2003 4:06 am/pm Quote

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I voted for Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom because when we visited last November (the first time for our four year old daughter) - these were the parks that made the most impact on her.


Only four and already a young lady of discriminating taste!
Kathi

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Posted: Oct. 29, 2003 4:17 am/pm Quote

:coolgrin: I voted for MGM and MK. MK becuse it the original thing and it gives you the most magical feeling out of all the parks. MGM because I live the rides and it has a very good theme. Also, it has great shows and parades!! :D

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Posted: Oct. 29, 2003 5:22 am/pm Quote

Well, having just returned from 5 days at WDW, I stand by my original  :laugh: Epcot and Magic Kingdom were a blast!!!! :pirate:

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