I had our trip planned the week after Thanksgiving and just learned MK is closing super early (4:30) one night we'd planned to be there late to see happily ever after. I'm planning out of excitement vs. necessity right now but I am trying to figure out which parks to hit on which days since it affects the ADRs I can make soon. We had planned to park hop but now I'm not sure. What are your thoughts on this schedule? It is too much? Kids are 6 & 10. Sunday- arrive. Dinner at Ohana, low-key night. Monday- MK all day, rope drop through fireworks. Tuesday- MK morning arrival but not rope drop, leave in the afternoon. (It's MVMCP and we're not going). Dinner at 1900 park fare and decent bedtime. Wednesday- Full Day (a.m. extra magic- Rivers of Light) at Animal Kingdom. Thursday- Full Day- Epcot. We'll arrive for the a.m. extra magic hour and stay through Illuminations. Friday- sleep in. Resort most of day, HS in afternoon/evening. Saturday- last day, full day at MK. rope drop through fireworks. So we'll have long days followed by a semi-restful time, but I'm wondering if this is pushing it. 3 rope drop through evening shows during a 6-day trip. Thoughts? We are staying at CBR, so I don't think a mid-day break would be worth the time lost. I would plan on finding opportunities to rest in the park....HOP, COP, etc. We are morning people except after late nights which is why I'm a little worried.