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... shell car following Nemo.
As we passed back through the central plaza we noticed that the character greet area only had a 5 minute wait rather than the usual very long line. I asked the cast member who was in there and they said it was Mickey, Minnie and Pluto. Well.... we had to go and say hello so in we went and had our photos taken with Mickey and Minnie. They are really good at interacting with you. It's quite bizarre because no words ...
... t forgiven her for killing Sirius so that was a little awkward. There was also a Harry Potter roller coaster. I got to sit next to a 12year old boy who had ridden it four times so I had to play it cool so he didn't think I was a sook, I think I pulled it off but it was a little scary. Once it was time to go to the Island of Adventure it was all aboard the Hogwarts Express! That was pretty cool except it was a super awkward and too ...
... to prepare for the worst and find out it wasn’t what they thought than be told it will only be an inch or two and discover there is a foot of snow on the ground! We did have a little rain in the morning, which cleared to sunny skies, but with a chilly wind. We had breakfast and drove over to Epcot to spend the day. EPCOT used to stand for something like "Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow," but I like it better as “Every Person Comes ...
... actually liked each of these three parks a lot more than
Magic Kingdom. The fireworks at Epcot were the best which revolved around the
lake at the centre of the park. The mission Space ride here was my favourite.
There were also a number of other rides here that were part of the World fair
and the park is also about innovation and the future and there were some
interesting concepts. Epcot also houses pavilions(similar to Expo) from
countries around the ...
... I am enrolled in a class called Cornerstone - a building block for the foundation of all our business courses at UCF. The class has two components - a lecture and a lab, which assigns us a service-learning project. And this is where my past, my summer internship and my present all tie into one: Junior Achievement. For many of you who may not know, Junior Achievement has had a tremendous impact in my life. After moving to Florida, I was blessed to have a JA volunteer ...