Value Place South Orlando
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... in-law Melissa. We had a night on the lash on 'Wind Street' and the next morning we introduced Helen to the delights of Swansea Market. It's a real gem in a city that ain't so pretty. My dad tell me it was lovely place before it got heavily bombed during WW2. This yet another Virgin flight that isn't full. So shortly after making acquaintance, my new Welsh friend leaves me for the comfort of 4 free seats. She shares her ...
An evening trip to Epcot, first for a meal in the Revolting (sorry I mean revolving) restaurant, Garden Grill. Yummy and met all the characters. Unfortunately, Gary messed up with the new camera and didn't take the pictures, just focussed in, and so Adam declared him 'worse than Nana with technology!'.
Test track again, always a favourite and now has extra bits when you can design your own car. Gary's is always orange!
... time jumped from 10 to 40 minutes... Never mind though, it was definitely worth it. I think this was my favourite ride of the parks, so much fun. Anna loved it too even though she doesn't like the Simpsons.
As we were already in Springfield, we decided to have lunch. The food court is pretty good here, bringing to life all of the restaurants in the Simpsons. With a choice of Krusty Burger, The Frying Dutchman and Luigi's Pizzeria, plus a few others, ...
... arrived at the TTC. Our next bus was right there, so we hopped straight on and managed to arrive at Hollywood Studios around 9.30am.
Disney Hollywood Studios used to be an actual filming spot within a theme park, but apparently they've moved all the filming back to Hollywood now. It's still full of stuff to do with the making of films though, rather than being made to feel like you're in the film itself like at Magic Kingdom. The main reason we came to this ...
... rides at the assigned FastPass+ time, and another thing was that the kids were more interested in the character meet and greets than we thought they would be. So when we'd come across a character, we'd have to stop and get in line for autographs and pictures and that usually took at least a half hour. Right off the bat we got pictures with Pluto, Mickey, Goofy and Minnie. And a little later we came across Tigger.
Overall, it ended up being a good ...