Days Inn Kissimmee At Oak Plantation
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... br> from panthers, the state animal apparently, (quite an animal to have on your
flag!), to goats, to rather scary parrots. You may well logically assume that
the Gators were the most terrifying animal within this park. However, the
parrots are deceptively innocent looking. They lunged for my throat, squawking
angrily. I ran, fearing for my life. You’ll be glad to hear I made it out
safely, although a little traumatised. There was a great show ...
Today was kind of a full on day off. Not much to say reAlly. Got up a bit bit late, skyped every one, missed breakfast and got a bus down the I drive. We went Into the wonder works, which is a kind of interactive play area but quite expensive so we decided against. The building is cool though. We then had some dinner at a nice bar/pub thing. I had a chicken pasta tomatoes dish. Very nice but tims looked batter (damn it!). We then walked down and had a look in a couple ...
... us and a monsoon tipping down on us, oh how I longed for one of those killjoy ponchos now! The pathway to the Rainforest Café was flooded to knee deep and people were wading through it, much to my amazement.
So ended our day in Animal Kingdom, we missed out on one of our FPs and the parade was cancelled, but we still had an awesome time and recon the decision to change our plans worked out great.
I still have no intention of buying a poncho ...
... which rises and falls from the harrowing heights of the 13th floor, up and down, until it safely reaches the ground floor once more. At the height of the ride elevator doors opened to views of the theme park outside, only to signal yet another elevator drop. Definitely an adrenaline rush!!
Hollywood Studios evening spectacular is Fantasmic, a musical show with pyrotechnics and water projections. This stunning show included all the ...
... was kinda cute. Some of the other rides we missed and wanted to ride were Country Bear Jamboree, I can't say I liked this one. The songs were dumb and old and the bears faces were ugly and creepy. We also rode the Tomorrow Land Speedway, Stich's Great Escape, the Carousel of Progress, the Liberty Square River Boat and the Hall of Presidents which was surprisingly good. Somewhere in the middle of this we decided to have a light lunch at the Liberty Tree Tavern. ...