Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Studio Backlot Tour at Hollywood Studios

Okay, would you like to ride this?

And is not afraid to experience this?

Then, you are so ready for an exciting #Disney treat!
Visiting Disney is truly a fun way to spend a quality time with your family and loved-ones. It's not only for kids but, for kids-at-heart too. Strolling down the theme park, experience the thrilling and heart-stopping rides, sharing a hearty meal at Disney restaurants, shopping for souvenirs, watching a stage show, meeting Disney characters and playing games are just some of the fun activities which you and your family can enjoy inside Disney theme parks.

There's a lot to explore inside and believe me, one week is not enough! But, make the most of your time while you are here. Get a fast pass to save your time and make a plan the night before. List down the attractions that you want to visit. Focus in one area and move to the next to save your energy. On a rainy season, bring your own ponchos to save big bucks. It's quiet expensive and if you have a big family, it might hurt your wallet.

I took these photos at Studio Backlot Tour. This attraction lasts for 35 minutes. In this attraction, I get to experience the behind the scenes and see the special effects in movie making. This attraction is one of my favorites because I don't need to walk. It's tiring to walk around Disney you know LOL.

By the way, when you visit any Disney theme park, get the guide at the front that way, you can refer which attraction to go first and so on. Remember, plan your time wisely and save your energy.

Here are my favorite attractions in Hollywood Studios theme park:
1. The Great Movie Ride
2. Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular
3. Star Tours
4. Lights, Motors and Action
5. Studio Backlot Tour
6. Beauty and the Beast
7. Fantasmic
8. Voyage of the Little Mermaid

I know ... I know ... LOL, those are easy attraction to check out. I am not a thrill-seeker but, if you want the wild ride, I highly recommend these two awesome adrenalin rides!

1. Rock and Roller Coaster
2. The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror

Now, when you enter the Hollywood Studios, go to Sunset Boulevard first , take one fast pass take note of your time then, watch another attraction. When you come out, it will be time to go to the next attraction and you will be happy you did. When you are done with the second attraction, get another fast pass and move to the next attraction in your list. The same strategy to manage your time inside the theme park.

You will probably see all the attractions in your list if its on a weekday but, if it is on a weekend or holiday, the queue is long and that can kill your time in the theme park. If that happens, don't be mad. Just enjoy and make sure the kids are happy.

On every trip to Disney, I noticed that kids are crying because they want to see Mickey and the parents wants to see the Lights, Motors and Action stunts first, LOL. Come on daddy! Children's happiness first okay? LOL.

That's all for now folks. Hollywood Studios is not as crowded as Magic Kingdom so; if you want an easy stroll and you have more time to spend in Disney, Hollywood Studios theme park is a great place to visit. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you had a great time reading my post. I am sleepy so bye for now. Mwahhh!

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