Disney Hampton Lakes Villas
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... Popping and Tarzan.
The details for all the sets on all the rides were incredible. All the characters were moving/talking puppets we'd never seen anything like it. It would of taken a lot of work to build.
Once the ride had finished it was time to go to our next booked ride which was the Rock n Rollercoaster. This was an awesome ride. It takes off really fast and flys through loops and tight turns all in the dark with lit up typical ...
... it that America still works in pounds??), first piece on was 9pounds over..... bugger. So off we headed to the repack zone where we frantically hauled out stuff from the heavy case and slapped it willy nilly into the others, I guess that something isn't going to survive the journey. This left us enough time for Matt to grab one last Macas before we boarded. Then it was see you later Orlando, you have been amazing.
Now...... I am a bit of a ...
... there including a Star Wars ride. The boys dug. It was 3-D. Also did the muppet 3-d show. Was pretty cute. had dinner at 50 prime time restaurant which is based back in the fifties and was really cool.... Dinner last night was absolutely hands down incredible. We went to the Boardwalk for dinner at kuzzena Cat Cora's restaurant . Mediterranean food . Incredible! Pictures to come! Monday- magic Kingdom in the morning/ Epcot around the world in the evening.... We took ...
We then went to watch Captain EO (which is a 3D space adventure thing which is a bit nohing-y till the hero (Michael Jackson) starts singing and dancing. I believe this attraction was removed and then brought back after his death. Scott was really impressed with his singing and dancing and was telling Duncan all about him.
Then we went on "Journey into Imagination with ...
... to blast one. It was all in dark neon lighting like the Buzz Lightyear ride in the Magic Kingdom. Next was the Virtual Jungle Cruise – which was great concept that didn’t work so well for us. You climb into a raft and the “water” is blown up under you (a giant air mattress) and you rock and roll to a virtual screen in front of you, trying to paddle the direction you want to go. But the sensors in ...