Family, Vacation

This has been a natural production

Today was a double-park day. There’s so much to see and so little time… First off was Animal Kingdom. Animal Kingdom is NAH-TA-ZU. But it really is kinda like a zoo. It’s very spread out. We really only did a few things here, and the most fun was the Kali River Rapids. We got soaked! We also took the African safari, saw “It’s Tough To Be A Bug,” and rode some rides in DinoLand USA. It was quite hot today, and we did a lot of walking. We ate at a McDonald’s near DinoLand. We headed back to the hotel just before the parade and took a dip in the pool. It really helped cool us off before heading to Disney-MGM Studios. Again, so much to see and so little time! We did “Star Tours” for the first time. That ride looks pretty dated. I don’t know how old it is, but it looks like it’s been the same since the 80’s. We got to do Muppet Vision 3-D which was probably the funniest ride we’ve ridden since we’ve been here. Well, the Laugh Floor was great too. In the little time we had we decided to see the Narnia exhibit (I wouldn’t call it a ride) at MGM. It was nice and interesting to see some of the movie props and costumes. But the best part was waiting in line. Yes, that’s right. Waiting in line. While waiting and chatting with the Disney Cast members they handed us a couple of post cards and a Playhouse Disney preview DVD. I have to say that almost every Disney cast member I’ve seen has been absolutely perfectly curteous and has made us feel so welcome. A+ for all of them.

The night ended with Fantasmic, a fantastic magical show full of fireworks, movies, music, fire and special effects. Really a great way to end the day.

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