Episode 1: Surviving The Most Crowded Days in Disney Part 1 of 3
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Episode 2: Surviving The Most Crowded Days in Disney Part 2 of 3

Hi!

Welcome, welcome, welcome to Episode 2 of Zipadee Doo Dah Disney. This is part 2 of our 3 episode series of surviving the most crowded days in Disney World and focuses on the busiest week of the year, the week between Christmas and New Year's Eve. Episode 2 looks out making the rest of your advanced dining reservations and fast pass reservations. Thanks for listening and stopping by!

Let's Go On This Ride,

Eric

Episode 2 of Zipadee Doo Dah: Surviving The Most Crowded Days in Disney Part 2 of 3

  1. Intro 0:00 - 0:57 seconds
  2. Step 2 Make those advanced dining reservations 180 days out 0:58 - 2:45
    1. Get your crystal ball out 2:46 - 5:10
    2. Get the better dining reservations 5:11 - 6:27
  3. Step 3 Make those Fast Pass Reservations 6:28 - 7:28
    1. Why the good fast passes might be gone 60 days out but where/when to look for them 7:29 - 10:09
    2. The time you should look to book your ride reservations 10:10 - 11:20
    3. Park hopping tips 11:21 - 12:35
  4. Summary 12:36 - 12:51

Restaurant Links

Boma Flavors of Africa (Animal Kingdom Lodge)

Le Cellier (Epcot Canada)

California Grill (Contemporary)

Chef Mickey (Contemporary)

Disney Hollywood Studios Ride Reservation Tips

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Classic After Slinky Dog Pic

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2018 Gang After Toy Story

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