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Whats a good strategy to minimize waiting with small children at Walt Disney World?

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2005-12-01 00:26:08
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To minimize waiting time and discomfort for small children at Walt Disney World, use a strategy called the Hail Mary pass: Some lines are set up to allow you and your smaller children to pass under the rail to join your partner just before boarding or entry. One parent (or older teen) waits in line, while everyone else enjoys the shade, has a snack or a restroom break. Or, in some cases, even finishes riding another ride! Usually other guests are understanding if the kids are small. Try it with five adults and you

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