By Felicia Tiberi of Adulting DisFe

If I were in Walt Disney World right now, I would head straight to my favorite park: Magic Kingdom. Pleasantly surprised to find myself there, I would take on a whole new approach to it. Normally, I plan out the day based on my favorite attractions which are normally the “big” things. However, on this day, I think taking on a more leisurely avenue would be practically perfect.

Starting by making my way slowly down Main Street, U.S.A., I take in the beautiful shop windows and all the hidden gems on the upper levels. After going all the way down and through the castle, I would find myself in Fantasyland. Prince Charming’s Regal Carousel would be my first stop. To my knowledge, I have never been on this and think I would find it feeling nostalgic still. Mickey’s PhilharMagic would be next in the comfortable theater. I may check the wait times at Princess Fairytale Hall and see if there is anyone I haven’t met before. Having never been on The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, it would definitely be on the roster today. No doubt, I would go on Dumbo the Flying Elephant and enjoy the breeze.

Heading now into Tomorrowland, Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor is up next. It has been recommended to me, but I have never done it!

I then cross over to Adventureland and go on The Magic Carpets of Aladdin. Sure, it’s the same as Dumbo the Flying Elephant, but it would have a different environment and give me a different feeling.

Passing over into Frontierland and I head straight for Country Bear Jamboree. I don’t remember this attraction, but since it’s a fan favorite, time to see what I’m missing!

As I make my way to Liberty Square, I may hop on the Liberty Square Riverboat (because it would be in use again just for me). I would enjoy the sights and sounds as the boat glides along the Rivers of America. After I disembark, a little history is in order. The Hall of Presidents is another attraction I cannot remember, so time to fix that!

I’m sure along the way, I would have stopped for my favorite Disney snacks. Perhaps, a different snack for each location. A hot dog at Casey’s Corner on Main Street, U.S.A., a Mickey Pretzel in Fantasyland, a Mickey’s Premium Bar in Tomorrowland, a Dole Whip in Adventureland, a churro in Frontierland, and to finish it off, some sort of yummy waffle treat at Sleepy Hollow Refreshments in Liberty Square.

While passing along, I would make sure to take in the actual buildings and surroundings themselves. To take notice of the artistry in the Walt Disney World perfection. I would want to take in the magic in a whole new light that I may not normally have time for on my trips!

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