My Favorite Rides in all 4 Parks!

I have so many Disney favorites! Believe it or not I haven't been on all the rides in Disney World yet! There is just so much to do, not even a weeks stay can help you do everything. But the point of doing Disney is to do what you've always dreamed, it's not just a go with the flow, get with your group and decide what park you want to go to, and than pick the rides. Always keep a park map handy! (I will post some for download soon!)

So, here are my favorites:
Space Mountain>Magic Kingdom>Tomorrowland
Buzz Lightyears Space Ranger Spin>Magic Kingdom>Tomorrowland
The Carousel of Progress>Magic Kingdom>Tomorrowland
Splash Mountain>Magic Kingdom>Frontierland
Thunder Mountain Railroad>Magic Kingdon>Frontierland
Monsters Inc Laugh Floor>Magic Kingdom>Tomorrowland
TTA (People Mover)>Magic Kingdom> Tomorrowland
Spaceship Earth>EPCOT
Ellen's Energy Adventure>EPCOT
World Showcase>EPCOT
 (I pretty much love EVERYTHING in EPCOT!)
Rock n' Roller Coaster starring Aerosmith>Disney's Hollywood Studios
Hollywood Tower Hotel (Tower of Terror)>Disney's Hollywood Studios
Muppets in 3D>Disney's Hollywood Studios
The Great Movie Ride>Disney's Hollywood Studios

One of my most favorite attractions, is in Disney's Hollywood Studios. Toy Story Midway Mania, it's similar to Buzz Light year, but you are given 3D glasses, and you take a wild ride competing to get the highest score shooting targets to gain points. It's a ride, 3D movie, and a game all in one!

Theres so much more that I can't even think of right now!

The Monorail System

I have to say, I consider Walt Disney World's Monorail System as one of my favorite rides! It doesn't travel all over Disney World, Disney's Hollywood Studios wasn't put on the system, but it Does take you to The Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, and the Animal Kingdom. (To get to EPCOT or the Animal Kingdom you have to get off at the Ticketing and Transportation Station and Catch the other Monorail.

The Monorail travels to some of the Deluxe Resorts, like the Contemporary and The Grand Floridian Resort and Spa.

For more information about the monoral go to the "Transportation" page.