We’ll head out to Magic Kingdom on the morning of Thursday January 21st. Maybe I can stop mentioning it now, but bag check remains more thorough than it had been prior to mid-December. It’s just past 8:30am and Disney has ten extra bag checkers in addition to the ones in operation closer to the monorail. There is no wait whatsoever. In the larger image, I count 14 additional security cast members. You may remember that Disney originally outsourced the extra security before bringing it all in-house a couple of weeks ago.
We’ll stop in at Hollywood Studios. I am not real sure why.
Off to Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park on a cool winter afternoon. It’s 4:25pm on Monday January 18th or Martin Luther King Jr. day.
After spending the morning and early afternoon running through the 1-day touring plan, we’ll take a walk through World Showcase to see if anything new and of interest pops out.
Today we’ll take a moment to do something no other Walt Disney World planning website in the world does……….actually execute a touring plan to see how it works. I like to go through Epcot’s 1-day plan on federal holidays because it usually means above average crowds and a higher number of visiting locals clogging up World Showcase. So we’ll go through it on Martin Luther King Jr. day with above average overall crowds. This gives us a better idea about how the plan works given less than desirable conditions.