Hilton Orlando Altamonte Springs
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... and many other exhibits filling the park. It adds such a different element to the already beautiful Epcot park. This is our third time being there for the festival, and we really enjoyed it again this year. There are several booths set up all around world showcase featuring different foods available for purchase in small snack size servings. They all looked so delicious, but we were always too full from our sit down meal to sample any of the delicacies. We had limited time ...
... a trip to Disney would be complete without a trip on It's a Small World!
So, yet again, we were up early this morning - it's as bad as being at work this Disney stuff! Dana and Richard, if you're reading this don't expect us to be up to much by the time we get to you, a week here then Washington and New York means I think we'll be on our knees when we reach Brewster!!
Unfortunately Thunder Mountain was closed ...
... was not a dry spot anywhere on us!! they even had people dryers which we tried out but they didn't work very well, they just made you hot and still wet. So it look about 4 hours for our clothes to dry but It was quite funny and an experience.
Anyway we were there for about 8 hours so it was an excellent but very long day!
Yesterday we had a relaxing day and then today we went to Sea World which was also good :)
... then off to get a fast pass for Peter Pan. We wanted to eat lunch at Be Our Guest to experience the newest addition to Fantasyland. The restaurant opened at 10:30 and by 10:00 there was already a long queue forming. We decided to wait in the line as we have only heard good things about the food and atmosphere there. Within 15-20 minutes we had entered the Beast's castle and ordered our meals. Courtney and Nancy ordered the ...
... while Atabey has popcorn. We sit in the shade, eyes on Splash Mountain, and then the water stops running... Right, I don't think it'll be up and running anytime soon.
Sweating our way back to the entrance, we board the Monorail back to the ticket area and then a bus to Animal Kingdom. I don't know what to expect, I haven't done much research on any of the other parks (very unlike me!).
Animal Kingdom is amazing. The park is divided into sections as are all the ...
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