Friday, July 30, 2010

Day 8: Hollywood Studios

If I had to rate each of the Disney parks, this one would (sorry) be last on my list.  It has a few fun things, but just didn't measure up to Epcot, Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom or Universal Studios.

Having said that, we still had a great time!

The older kids took off on their own to find some roller coasters or rides that make you feel like you're getting thrown out the window or something....(not my cup of tea)....and we got to hang out with the coolest five year old on earth :)

Of course, Shawn and Tommy did sneak off for a few minutes of terror....notice the open windows, apparently while racing up and down in the elevator, they open sporadically as if you are going to get thrown out.  Ya.  THAT sounds like fun.


I preferred the scenery and wall murals that looked like you could just walk through them :)

Throughout the day, we saw some more shows - Muppet Vision 3D, Indiana Jones, The Little Mermaid musical, and I'm sure there's something I'm forgetting - rode some roller coasters and simulated rides (these were my favorite, of course) and captured a little silliness with our cameras....

Our last ride of the day was the new Toy Story ride.  We didn't get there early enough to take advantage of our fast pass, so we had to wait 2 hours in line.  There is plenty to look at while waiting!  The whole inside is decorated with crayon wall art, jumbo sized game pieces and every color of the rainbow :)

Some of us were a little looney by the time our turn arrived, but we survived. :)

Our time at Disney has ended, but stay tuned for our trip had a few twists and turns of its own! :)


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