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... needed at most restaurants... it took us three or four tries to find a place we wanted/were able to eat at!
Red and green lights flashed on all the buildings, eerie sounds played throughout the Park... Pirates of the Caribbean was engulfed in fog around the building. We never made it over to the Haunted Mansion which seems odd given the occasion. I imagine the lines would have been NUTS!
We did the Pirates ride again, Small World (requisite as a tribute to my Dad - it was ...
... about the numbers on the road. In the end, not that much traffic, but we are seriously questioning the competency the American public need to show to get their drivers licence.
We forgot to mention yesterday that Sarah overheard some people in the tour office talking about going to Disney and mentioned it to Matt. He told her it was a long drive away and she didn't mention it again. Sarah noticed a couple of signs on the ...
... rides, both
impressive ones and out of date ones, fire works, had a pretty full on thunder storm around
1.00 pm that knocked the crowd out and soaked our Rv where we left the roof
vents open. Bedding soaked – nice.
Leila and Hils loved the splash mountain ride, a mix of
robotic dancing rabbits, log flume and water slide. Phoenix was frothing after
a buzz light year ride where you shoot stuff with a laser gun whilst zooming ...
... you can tell…) and rode the red (the better one) twice. It’s totally better at the back, where you get more G-force, we decided. We had a cup of obligatory Butterbeer – taking the opportunity whilst we have it – and then hit the Incredible Hulk. For this one, as the queue was so massive, we decided on using the single riders lane, and it was much faster, which was great. I then made us go on the Storm teacup ride, as I love spinning rides.
... with them, but even so we were red, sweaty messes by the time we'd finished running and found the right desk! The clerk at the counter was called Bob, and he recognised Laura's accent (he's originally from Hetton-le-Hole) and he sat there talking to us for ages before putting our passports through and handing us our boarding cards; although we were anxious that he'd delay us, he was really canny :) We eventually said goodbye to Bob, raced through security, and just ...