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We decided to head down to Epcot later today. As today was a Monday AND the first day back to school for many students, we wanted to wait out the rush hour traffic. I'm impressed at our navigational skills since arriving in Florida. Once we figured out the exits, driving was fairly straightforward. Epcot is divided into two main areas, Future World and World Showcase. We spent the morning using our Fast Passes for the rides. Epcot had a good mix of indoor venues and attractions ...
... not, they are quite different, each in its own way. The Magic Kingdom is SO much bigger than Disneyland, and open a lot later....and there is a lot more detail put into the experiences. We didn't even make it out of the Fantasyland area today!
Looking forward to tomorrow!….Where dreams come true....the land of hot, tired, cranky children and stressed-out parents! But seriously, the BEST place on Earth!
... We had to hurry to get our fast pass rides, which we had booked weeks ago! We did Tower of Terror and then instead of waiting around for our fast pass for the Rock 'n Rollercoaster, we went in the singles line and got on the ride within 20 minutes! We then did a little looking around and some shopping before we set off to meet Ann and her friends at the Health and Wellness Expo, where we were to pick up our race bibs and swag bags. Ooooh, so ...
... i.e. fast and upside down) which didn't mix well with a stomach full of cream so James felt a little uneasy meaning we moved to the tamer rides for an hour or two. Eventually feeling normal again, we finished the day with a few more exhilarating rides before stopping for dinner at NBA City (basketball themed restaurant). Then back on the bus to the resort to relax before heading to Miami tomorrow.
... reservations. A couple times had to run to get to our reservations!