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Travel Blogs from Orlando
... Dudley Do-Right's Ripsaw Falls. Again, this one was just for the kids. We told them we would meet on a specific bench. When they left, I went into a store and then I walked to a popcorn stand. Just as I made it back to Leslie, she was standing with the kids and a security guard. Leslie said, "We have a problem." The problem turned out to be the express passes. I had inadvertently selected the 18th as the day we would visit the park. We were there ...
What can we say? Animal Kingdom was just awesome! Personally, we felt that Animal Kingdom was probably the best Disneyworld Park at Orlando. It was like a zoo and a theme park put together. We loved the Yeti ride which was a fast rollercoaster up and around Mt Everest. The landscaping and design of the park was exceptional. They had separate lands such as Asia and Africa and others (but not Australia).
The best attraction by far was the safari which took us around 'Africa'. We ...
... further and realised that there was a red carpet laid out for us and behind railings were people pretending to be fans. They were all shouting and cheering, taking photos of us and asking for our autographs whilst holding banners saying 'nurses rock' and 'magnet nurses rule' etc. It was really surreal and felt quite strange. We proceeded further into the park and were met by lines and lines of people all dancing to what can only be described as a modern day equivalent of the Macarena. ...
Back to the theme parks today, but this time to Disney! We started at Animal Kingdom, where we went on a safari ride to see all sorts of animals, from lions and elephants to rhinos and monkeys. Went on the rapids ride, which turned out to absolutely drench everybody who went on it! Luckily it was still lovely and sunny when we got off, so wasn't too bad walking around wet through. After lunch we made ...
... the road-spotless. Ice machines were right there which was also a help for our coolers.
We walked over to the bus stop (right next to the rest rooms) and took the bus to the "Outpost Depot" (home of the Whoop-de-Doo Musical Review, Crockett's Tavern, and a frontier style convenience store) where we caught the boat to take us across the lake to the Contemporary Resort. After checking out the holiday decorations ...
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