The Best Disney World Attractions With The Shortest Wait Times

The Best Disney World Attractions With The Shortest Wait Times

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Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida is a popular vacation spot for people and families all over the world. One of the most stressful parts of planning the perfect vacation is trying to fit all of the things you want to do in one day. There are a lot of attractions and events to choose from, so here is a list of the best of the best. Here are some of the best Disney World attractions with the shortest wait times. Did your favorite make the list?

1. Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress

Located in The Magic Kingdom, this is one of my all-time FAVORITE rides. The average wait time is about 5-10 minutes, only because it is a rotating theatre, and guests have to wait for one section to be finished before boarding. Disney World just put a fresh coat of paint on the ride, and it looks better than ever, and that helped boost the popularity. During the ride, you will take a trip back in time to learn all about the changing American family during the 1900s, 1920s, 40s and in the future. This attraction is definitely a must-do for all the history buffs in your family.

2. Monster's Inc Laugh Floor

Also located in Disney's Magic Kingdom, guests can participate in this interactive live comedy show, starring some of your favorite stars from Monsters Inc.! The average wait time for this is around 25 minutes, which is very short by Disney standards! Step inside the laugh factory and make your way into a sprawling 400-seat comedy club. Before taking your seat, everybody’s favorite Monster of Ceremonies Mike Wazowski makes an appearance to explain just how the Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor came to be. Once inside the Laugh Floor, sit back and prepare to chuckle till your sides split as the wisecracking Wazowski, skeptical manager Roz and some of the funniest monsters you’ve ever seen spring to life on a digital stage.Since the atmosphere in the comedy club is very improvisational, each show is a slightly different experience.

3. Spaceship Earth

This couldn't be a list of Disney rides without the iconic, Spaceship Earth in Epcot. This ride has an average wait time of about 10 minutes and it is totally worth it. Imagine going home to your friends and being like, "Yeah. I was inside the Epcot ball. NBD." The inside loading platform — aside from the occasional mandatory stop — is constantly moving. Go through the magical journey of the earth and be able to design your perfect world at the end. After you get off, make sure to stop by the iconic Bubble Gum wall for a photo. You can read more about that here.

4. Tomorrow Land Transit Authority (People Mover)

This is honestly one of the best rides to recharge on during a hot afternoon. My personal favorite thing to do is hop on this ride RIGHT after the Festival of Fantasy Parade at 3 p.m. in the Magic Kingdom. It gives me a chance to cool down after being in the sun for an hour, and a chance to edit my parade photos. This ride is also nice to get a tour of Tomorrow Land in the Magic Kingdom, and a fun time waster if you are waiting for your party to ride Space Mountian. I once hopped on while holding everyone's stuff! If you time it exactly right, you may even have a pretty great view of the fireworks at night!

5. The Enchanted Tiki Room

The Enchanted Tiki Room is located in Adventure Land of Disney's Magic Kingdom and it is such a fun attraction. This is another great show to watch to escape the Florida heat in the afternoon. I promise that if you see this show, you will have the music stuck in your head all afternoon. Which isn't a bad thing! After seeing the show, you can grab a tasty treat at Aloha Isle, home to the Dole Whip!
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10 Of The Best Ways To Be A Tourist In Southern California

I have been to L.A so many times it's practically my second home.

You don't have to travel far to vacation and have a good time. I realized that this last winter break. I've traveled to California many times; more specifically I have been to L.A so many times it's practically my second home.

I've done a lot of the main things that you would want to do and it didn't seem too exciting to me after a while, but then I got to talking with a friend about the different things I have done in California and realized I have done a lot in the many years I have visited. There are so many things that many people may not even realize you can do in California.

1. Manhattan Beach

Take a trip to Manhattan beach on a sunny day and enjoy the waves and go seashell hunting. You can also go paddle boarding and surfing while here.

2. Six Flags

If you're looking for an adrenaline rush be sure to head over to Six Flags. There are many rides and fun carnival games to choose to enjoy.

3. Universal Studios

Be sure to check out Universal Studios and enjoy the mix of action-packed shows and rides. There's also a city walk full of stores and places to eat if you are looking for more of a laid-back evening.

4. Little Mexico

Enjoy the culture in little Mexico and try some good Mexican snacks and drinks and find cool trinkets to take back home.

5. Hollywood Boulevard

Walk down Hollywood Boulevard, sightsee the cool theaters, Ripley's Believe It Or Not, many shopping malls, and clubs.

6. Porto's Bakery

Visit Porto's bakery. There is so much deliciousness in this bakery from fruit pies to delicious baguettes.

7. The Grove

If you like to shop, be sure to stop at the Grove. It has many boutique shops, and the decorations are beautiful during the holidays.

8. NBA game

If you're into sports be sure to check out an NBA game. It is worth your time and very fun to do on a casual Tuesday night.

9. Malibu Beach

I'm very into beaches and have been to many while visiting California. Malibu beach is beautiful, plus Malibu itself has a very fun beach town vibe.

10. San Pedro

Love the sea and seafood? Be sure to stop by San Pedro and get your seafood fix. Their shrimp and lobster are to die for.

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Living In The Moment When Traveling Is The Best Thing You Can Do

Be present.

I recently took a trip to Seattle, Washington for my friend's bachelorette weekend and I really wanted to make this trip memorable. One, because I had never been to Seattle and two, because we were there celebrating my good friend and to be a part of this time in her life is something I'm grateful for.

I brought along my camera to make a vlog of the trip/special occasion. I was taking pictures and videos of us on the plane, train, car ride, walking around while exploring and I realized, I'm looking at this trip from a different perspective, through a lens. I'm looking back at all those memories from a screen, which is what I would be doing anyway when I would come home from the trip and reminisce.

I decided to put my camera away and just soak in everything. For this, I'm so glad I did. We were only there for a short period of time and I wanted to make this something memorable. Instead of looking at downtown Seattle through my camera screen or from my iPhone, I decided to look at it with my own eyes. I took in the sights and sounds, the beauty of the sun setting at 4:30 in the afternoon. To see my friend looking so happy to be surrounded by people who care about her and to be sharing this with her.

Sure, I don't have as many pictures as I would like to look back on, but t least I have my stories to share. Plus, I can always Google what these places look like at any point in time. So, the next time you're on vacation, try to not Snapchat it all or record all of it on a camera.

Be present and take it all in.

Every second counts.

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