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... to come and surprise the boys! Ahma Sandy and Baba B were able to make the trip down and will be hanging out with us this week.
The evening had a rough ending but everyone hung in there and made the best of it. Long story short we had to go to Downtown Disney to make some adjustments to our park tickets. Big mistake. It's ...
... a suitcase on wheels and bring a backpack into the cabin. Bring a journal, a book, some music, any medications that you might need...and wear comfortable clothes that will allow you to get some sleep on our overnight flight from Washington Dulles to Paris Charles de Gaulle. Please feel free to share this blog with anyone who might be interested in following us on our journey. I post photos on a daily basis. See you on March 19th...or tomorrow in class ...
... way we rode both of these rides twice.
There is a tonne to do in Harry Potter but we have done it before so headed towards Jurassic Park. It pays to wear a poncho for this ride. We went twice and both times got soaked. Next stop Toon Lagoon. This area is amazing, lots of work has gone into designing this part of the park, it is highly graphical and you can see the hard work the design team ...
... things about it and we liked that it was a local Orillia business. :)
So, here you go...the Goodall's Tips and Tricks for Enjoying Disney::
- Get on My Disney Experience website, and download the app on your phone. You can book/change Fast Passes, make dinner reservations, check out wait times, etc.
- Wifi in Magic Kingdom is sporadic at best. Take a screen shot of your Fast Pass itinerary on your phone before ...
... that we visited. She's friendly and very funny, but she can crack the whip when she needs to. "You're five minutes late!" On the bus she gives us regular narration providing background on the places that we're headed to see that day. If you could remember it all, you'd have a college education. And she works with no notes.
To facilitate the narration on walking tours or in crowd situations, she uses a microphone ...