Oakwood at La Palazza
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... today, we checked previously that we were going nowhere near any of the running routes. When we arrived at the cemetery, it made more sense to drive around since it was a lot bigger than expected. The cemetery is still used today, and it has an eerie feel to it, due to the moss overhanging from the low trees. The cemetery is also on the banks of a river and has some pretty opulent looking headstones and memorials.
There was an electronic grave finder at ...
... so we could watch the animals as they went by.Seriously! Wow! The dinner was absolutely incredible. One of our favourites, so far. Kevin and I tried different dishes, and even Meghan went adventurous.
The bus ride back to the hotel was really interesting, as we had to take a detour do to a 10-mile race that was happening on the main highways. We got to go behind the scenes of Animal ...
... ride Harry potter and the forbidden journey. It was another 3d/ride combiantion and despite not knowin anything about harry potter, it was pretty fun and really well made.
Next up was the Dragon challenge coaster. Basically another roller coaster with flips and tuns and barrel rolls and upsode downs. It was pretty epic, but too short in my opinion.We went to a terrible Sinbad show, which had the actors running around blowin fire and sword fighting. ...
... the Haunted Mansion (not as bad as the one at Universal in LA).
By this stage we were hot, sweaty and well and truly knackered. Our last box to tick was the Festival of Fantasy Parade. We got a kids icecream with chocolate Mickey ears and found a spot down Main Street USA to wait for the parade to start. Thankfully there was some shade. The parade was really fun with cameos from all your favourite Disney Princesses ...
... line in front of them was the last one and they would be on the standby list, basically this means you turn up to each show and see if someone gets stage fright, then you can take their place, decision was taken that it wasn't worth another hour in line and all ambition to become a jedi were gone in a flash, a bit like our first hour in the park, but that's how it goes.
The disappointment was soon forgotten when we discovered that the walk on line ...