Hampton Inn & Suites Orlando - South Lake Buena Vista
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... Mickey but it was so dark! Finally, we headed to the front of the park, down Main Street USA for some shopping. Jodi bought Kylee her first Pin Trading lanyard. She had gotten two pins from Santa. We watched fireworks ( behind a tree) not much of a view. We couldn't find a clear place to watch. We left the park at 10:30 pm. A little disappointed that we were only able to find 2 hidden Mickeys, but that only leaves us with 1,198 to find on our next ...
... we headed back to see more countries. We ended up having supper at the Japanese attraction.
After walking around EPCOT some more, we watched the fireworks just before the theme park ended.
All iin all, we had an awesome day. We walked and walked trying to see everything - but unfortunately we did miss a few things. It was still a great day because we spent it together as a family. :)
... here we went on the Flight of the Hippogriff. There was still a water ride we hadn't been on so we went to join the queue for Popeye & Bluto's Bilge-Rat Barges. This was a brilliant ride and we all got soaked to the bone, there was not a part of you that didn't get wet. A good laugh. Afterwards we sat in the sun trying to dry our socks and shoes. Denim shorts are so not a good choice for this ride!! The kids explored the ...
... moment, but I still raised my hands above my head to show I wasn’t scared. Well, not that scared. But the big highlights were to be found in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, including the impressive recreation of Hogsmeade complete with magic wand shops (the non-explicit kind) and Butter Beer stalls, the dueling dragon rollercoasters of the Dragon Challenge, and, of course, the stunning Forbidden Journey ride, the name of which turned out to have far less to do ...
... even pulled my cord and inflated my life vest!
Once we landed in Orlando we had one last dinner. We were all exhausted. We all said our goodbyes and are going our separate ways. Dad and I fly back to Chicago first thing in the morning. I'm sad to go, but looking forward to going home again too.
What a great trip.