Dad’s Com­mon Sense Tip #3 - Avoid the Thun­der­ing Herd

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It hap­pens ev­ery night. The last fire­work pops, the night­time pa­rade or show ends, and the stam­pede be­gins. Oh the thun­der­ing herd - the in­sane mass of peo­ple head­ing for the park ex­its. It’s crazy. The walk­ways are jammed. The buses are over­flow­ing. Even the mono­rail is com­pletely full. You can get to­tally run over if you aren’t pre­pared. Or… You can re­lax. En­joy Af­ter Dark in the park. Stroll through the gift shops. Grab a snack and find a bench. If the park isn’t ac­tu­ally closed, go ride a cou­ple more rides (there are al­ways shorter lines when the thun­der­ing herds head for the ex­its). Chat with a Cast Mem­ber or two. The Cast Mem­bers won’t ac­tu­ally start shoo­ing you out of the park for an hour or more. Trans­porta­tion runs for two hours af­ter the park closes. There is no need to hurry out. For more ad­vice with Dad-it­tude, visit dads­guidetowdw.com

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