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Spring Break at Walt Disney World: Closing Down Animal Kingdom – Daffy Does Disney


In today’s installment of Daffy Does Disney, I take advantage of the changing face of Animal Kingdom by taking a different approach to a day there than would have been wise in the past. Central to the change this time around is the new nighttime spectacular, “Rivers of Light.” Then join me again for a renamed daily wrap-up as I review the best and worst of my third day in the parks.

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Spring Break at Walt Disney World: Everest & Tiffins – Daffy Does Disney


My day at Animal Kingdom continues with a couple of the experiences central to my plans. One is a tentpole attraction that is widely considered one of the best in all of Walt Disney World, and the other is a signature restaurant which was added to Animal Kingdom just a little less than a year ago. Aside from this, there’s a good bit of wandering around and enjoying the park’s environments and collection of wild animals.

Daffy Does Disney – Alone in the Wild


Today you’ll see my solo foray into Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom. As you’ll observe, it can’t be considered a wholly successful venture on my part, but I genuinely enjoyed myself anyway and maybe my mistakes can help guide you if you are visiting the park in the future.

Under-rated Disney World: Mickey’s Jammin’ Jungle Parade


There are two kinds of people in the world; those who watch parades at Disney World and those who don’t.  I can definitely understand the argument for skipping the parades.  Lines for attractions are generally shorter while the parade is running.  If you want a decent viewing spot for the parade, you need to scope it out in advance.  Doing so eats up precious park time.

I don’t go too far out of my way to watch the parades.  But I do consider them to be part of the Disney experience.  Ideally, I like to take in at least one per trip.  Of the day-time parades currently running, my favorite has to be Mickey’s Jammin’ Jungle Parade at Animal Kingdom.  I wouldn’t go so far as to call it “must see”, but I do think it is definitely an under-rated Disney experience.

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