Allure Express Orlando Airport
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... with sauerkraut and try the Black Forest cake. Went further down and by now I was rather thirsty, but being the food and wine festival there was a lot of alcohol and not enough non alcoholic beverages that weren't just water.. Eventually got myself a pineapple dole whip. Have no idea where the name came from but those who are reading from Aus who low Maccas beverages, it was like a really thick mango pineapple smoothies without the ...
... parade and the amazing fireworks over the castle. There really isn't a better background for fireworks than the Magic Kingdom castle, it was spectacular. Thankfully after a long day (another 10 or so hours) beautiful Kim was there to pick us up, even after a long day at work herself! Another day, another park and the next day we visited Universal Studios! Uncle Bob picked us up from Kim and Chris' place and after a scenic drive through the rich part of ...
... Show" but expect to do so on our 5th visit this weekend ... also known as "Kids pick day".
All in all we love this park. We are sad to see that they are replacing the big Mickey Wizard's hat. It has been a feature of the park for 15 years but to us it is a symbol of the park we love. Also the backlot experience is currently being redeveloped we think.
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... where you had to try to shoot aliens, and probably my favourite ride in the park called space mountain (basically a roller coaster in the dark). We also saw a comedy show with the characters fro monster's inc and went on probably the worst ride in the park, 'stitch's great escape'. We then headed to liberty square where we went on a large paddle steamer cruise around the park and went through the 'haunted mansion' which had really cool special effects. Some of the ghosts looked ...
... which took you to the adventure theme park next door. There was a red phone box and next to it Charing Cross, but as you went behind a hidden wall it took you down to Hogwarts village. With the wand shop selling 100s of different wands costing about 50 bucks each, but they came with a map of where the wands could be used (there were sensors set around, which were set off by the wands, this was clever and you could see everyone waving their wands about ) Next door ...