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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Magic Kingdom's Liberty Square Riverboat

Here is a tip that I would love to share with you. One park in one day can be really tiring to explore especially when you just come in and has no itinerary. When you want to sit down and take few minutes rest, you should make use of your time wisely... take the Liberty Square Riverboat.

You will definitely enjoy cruising on the Rivers of America. This is an authentic 3-tiered paddle wheel steamship. The best place to sit is on the third so you can see in 180 degrees view. You will love the scenic view by the river. It is only a half-mile tour of Frontierland, Liberty Square and Tom Sawyer Island. By the time the riverboat docks, you will have the energy to roam around the Magic Kingdom again.You will see an Indian village, the Haunted Mansion, the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and many more. I know you wanted to see more but, one day is not enough. It is impossible to see all the attractions in a limited time. But, make the most of it.This ride is one of my favorites when my feet are tired. Other slow rides that you should check out are the following: Walt Disney World Railroad, Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress, Transit Authority People Mover, Pirates of the Caribbean, Main Street Vehicles, Jungle Cruise and more. Man, I hope you can ride all these attractions. Well, hoping you enjoy your visit to Disney and don't argue with your kids LOL.

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