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We left the Magic Kingdom early today. That was partly so that we could change into our Halloween costumes, but also to relax a bit at the resort. We spent a couple of hours at the pool, reading and relaxing. Coronado Springs has the largest spa at Walt Disney World. While that may be true, the spa had no jets, something that many other resorts miss as well.
After the pool time, we went back to the room to change into our Hippie ...
... is huge, over 2500 rooms!!!) We paid our money, it was very cheap and entered. Well Tom's first response was "you get what you pay for". and he was spot on! Not very impressive. All of the pizza options were cheese with either bbq sauces or tomato. The salad looked disgusting and the dessert was brownie, cinnamon scrolls or apple pie pizza. And everything was dirty. Adalia was tantruming on the ground and my stomach was turning at the sight. Samuel had a ball choosing ...
... the movie- that awkward moment, was just about to start. We also got a discount as the lady made us wait for 30sec so we got $8 tickets! Both the cinema and the movie were awesome, we had leather chairs that somewhat reclined back and the movie was fantastic, we both enjoyed it. However it wast rated R, so we don't know how the rating system works over here. Then it was back to the hotel for a while but I ...
... the whole park.
After that we went to the Epcot IF&WF exhibition building. They were offering about 50 different cooking, wine tasting, beer brewing & pastry seminars. That's where we got our festival menu passports, shopping bag & tasting trays. Ghiradelli also had a cocoa bean exhibit and were handing out free chocolate and let you fill up a tin of chocolate squares for the bargain price of $12 (which is actually pretty good considering ...
... it and we felt a bit giddy when we got off. After now finishing everything that Epcot had to offer we hopped on a boat from France that would take us to our final Disney park Hollywood Studios. Ollie had not visited here since he was a kid so he was looking forward to seeing what was new. We tried to go on the new Toy Story ride but it had a 2 hour wait and had already ran out of fast-track tickets. A little upset we settled for an old favourite in Star Tours, ...