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... forget where you really are. Jay and I took turns riding the Expedition Everest roller coaster while M enjoyed a frozen banana, watching and repeating…."mommy, when I'm big, can I please go on that roller coaster?"….lol…I love her bravery!
The park was closing soon so we didn't have much time to spend in Dinoland, just enough time for M to go on a flying dinosaur ride! What a fantastic day…What a wonderful place!
... part of the Polynesian Resort, but waves were discontinued shortly after because they were washing away the shoreline.) After taking the requisite photo shot outside the gates, in front of the beautiful garden, we briskly walked through Magic Kingdom (first time in the day light for Alison) and jumped on the famous Space Mountain ride which we had reserved with our fast pass that lasted only until 10:15 am.!!
From the awesome sights of Tomorrowland, we ...
Blizzard Beach is a water park located at the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida, near Orlando, Florida. All water areas are heated, with the exception of the melting snow in the ice cave of Cross. All water areas are heated (at approximately 80 °F or 27 °C), with the exception of the melting snow in the ice cave of Cross Country Creek. The park opened on April 1, 1995 and was the third Walt Disney World water park. In 2012, the park hosted approximately ...
... it rained. Since it had been such a long day, we decided to go back to the hotel for a break and dinner. This was definitely needed. Especially for Nathan. Wet feet for 8 hours is not comfortable for any of us.
We were back at Magic Kingdom for 7:30pm, ready in time for Disney's Electrical Parade. Amazing! Then we moved with the crowd to find a spot for Wishes. Incredible! As Jenna and ...
... lunch, until I realised another couple of characters were available for a greet. Lightning McQueen and Mater from Cars were by the Streets of America section (named as such due to its New York skyline set-up at the far end, and its look of a typical American street), so I couldn't resist a photo opportunity with those as well. This one was a bit different though, as it was actual cars decorated in the same way as the characters. I suppose it'd be difficult to have people dress ...