As far as the rest of the week went, it was good! We made it to Epcot only because we had a couple of extra tickets. Of course we hit Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios. We planned those two.
|As the song goes, "She's got the whole world..."|
Test Track was a lot of fun. One thing that I did like about all of these rides was the wait. I know, that sounds a bit nuts but really I did. They had plenty of things to look at or to do in all of the lines. Attention to detail made everything so real. You felt like you were there. That's all that we had time for. On to Magic Kingdom.
Magic Kingdom was everything I remembered and then some. There were at least two rides we wanted the kids to experience, Space Mountain and It's a Small World. Surprisingly enough they liked both. Space Mountain still gave me the rush it did so many years ago. It's A Small World not so much. At least we were off of our feet and in air-conditioning. It was blistering hot outside. Yeah for "off of our feet." We rode Astro Orbiter, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Splash Mountain, Haunted Mansion and Pirates of the Caribbean. I will let you know what happened on our way over to Pirates in another blog. So Cool though!!
I kind of liked the Rock 'n' Coaster in Hollywood Studios but it did give me a bit of a headache. The music was awesome though. Who doesn't like Aerosmith? Twlight Zone Tower of Terror was my favorite in Hollywood. Finally there was something my husband and son were dying to see, Studio Backlot. Studio Backlot attraction let us see how a lot of stunts were developed. YAWN! That's what my daughter and I had to say about that.
|Splash Mountain. One of our favorites!|
|Shelby with possibly the NEXT AMERICAN IDOL!!|