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... of a particular movie or comic book character. Loud music (often House/electronic music) emanates from the doorways, often competing for attention or volume with the shop next door. There are several rides along the way to keep people screaming (aka enjoying themselves) and generally adding to the noise levels. It's all very bright, some might say garish, too. But we did enjoy the ride in the Jurassic Park area, including a death defying 4 metre high nose dive into the river in ...
... to The Boardwalk at or around 10:15. We stored our bags and walked over to EPCOT to grab a quick lunch. We arrived at 11:10 or so and our choice of Fish and Chips at the UK Pavilion was not quite open yet. We shopped a bit then grabbed our yummy lunch. 3 fish and chips and the first of many bottle of water. We received a text that our room was ready and we walked back over. We went to ...
... my bed.
We watched a love and marriage show one night, I haven't laughed so *************g time. The got the oldest married couple up on stage as well as the newly married (they got married that day on the cruiseship) plus one more couple. Then they asked them all questions, the things that the oldest couple said were more than entertaining!! No secrets there.
In the piano bar some nights they had sing a longs. ...
... at the park below. Up and down several times giving your belly that tickling sense of weightlessness. Leaving this ride is difficult due to shaky legs from the excitement.
Everyone says this park is small and you can do everything in less than a day. We found this to be true even though we rode most everything and took in all the shows that looked interesting. We tried to waste time until 8:00 when Fantasmic started. This apparently is a fantastic light, ...
... I could but I was not quick enough to avoid a third soaking. Now, I don't know whether you've ever had to dry your bum in a cubicle the size and shape of a Kellogg's Cornflakes Family Pack with fall-apart-if-you-look-at-it toilet paper. It's not easy and as a result I left the toilet with a wet bum.
Min was not impressed." Why are walking like that?" "I've got a wet bum". "Oh, God, what have you done now?" "It's not my fault".