Park Hopping with Daffy Stardust Part 3

Today’s video is mainly about two different things. Firstly, it’s a quick visit to the Magic Kingdom’s version of Tomorrowland and its best attractions (see if you agree with my assessment on that). Secondly, it’s an exercise in the actual park hopping that this particular series is named after. I use two pieces of Walt Disney World transportation to get from the Magic Kingdom to Epcot and neither one is a bus! That makes this installment transitional in nature, but that’s okay because there’s still more where this comes from. You might also glean from the video’s title that I’m referencing the thematic crossover between Tomorrowland and Epcot’s Future World. For a good long while the distinction was that Tomorrowland was more Sci-Fi in nature while Future World was more about real life futurism and edutainment. But that distinction looks to be further muddled in the coming years, and it will be interesting to see exactly how Walt Disney World’s imagineers manage to differentiate them.


Posted on January 6, 2018, in Daffy Does Disney, Epcot, Magic Kingdom, theme parks, travel, Trip Report, Walt Disney World. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Those crowds are daunting! You’re a braver man than I.

    I have never actually(to the best of my knowledge) been on the ferry. If I have, it was when I was a child. I wish they would maintain the monorail better. It didn’t used to go down nearly as often as it does these days.


    • The ferry was actually pretty pleasant as it turned out. I’ve been on it late after a Halloween party when it was a truly trying experience, but there weren’t very many people on it going away from the Magic Kingdom at 11AM.

      On this one day I found that since I wasn’t dead set on certain experiences, the crowds didn’t bother me too badly. I made pretty good use of the FastPasses I was able to get and just enjoyed myself.


      • Well, that’s always the thing. As a solo traveler and annual pass holder who is just happy to be in the parks, crowds can be a minor nuisance as opposed to a deal-breaker/vacation-wrecker.


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