WorldQuest Orlando Resort
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... quite wet. In your log boat, you travel through caves and caverns, which are occupied by animatronic characters singing away to the "Song of the South' in various scenes. A very enjoyable and fun ride. 4. Also in Frontierland is the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, which is a ride through a gold-mining town on a runaway train! Basically a roller coaster. Again, an enjoyable and fun ride. 5. Heading over to Liberty Square you arrive at The Haunted Mansion, which is ...
... one of the five-star attractions with queue of up to two hours long. So we got there and went straight in - wait time five minutes. It was like this for most of the parks we visited with waits of no more than 10 minutes (except Sea World - more on that later). So lucky! We walked through the empty mazes of chains and channels - some elaborate and entertaining, setting the scene for the ride to come - and imagined what it's like in summer's ...
... mode of transport whilst we were there. The total area of all the parks and hotels would be roughly the size of metropolitan adelaide - so I hope this gives you an idea of just how big disneyworld is. The first park we went to was disneyworld's Magical Kingdom. This is the park you probably think of when you think of disneyworld. It has the Disney Castle, all of the main disney characters and is divided into separate worlds'. We arrived before the park opened for the opening ceremony ...
I woke up this morning around 5am to get ready for my car ride down to Orlando. When we got to Orlando international airport, my grandparents and I checked our bags in with US airways and headed towards security. The hardest part for me was heading towards security because I had to say goodbye to my dad for six months! After we gave our hugs & kisses goodbye, my grandparents & I ...
... be a long wait for 10-minutes of reenactment of a wand "choosing" its' wizard.
The four-minute ride on The Hogwarts Express is worth it. Screens come to life, you see Harry, Hermione, Ron, and his brothers. I'd happily ride it back-and-forth a few times if the wait was less than 10 minutes.
Diagon Alley is really well done. The fire-breathing dragon on top of Gringott's Bank spews fire every half hour or so (maybe less). The wait time for the Gringott's ride was ...