Done with future world (for now- hoped to make it back to the aquarium, but since we’d already done the FL aquarium, I was ok with us not spending a ton of time there, AND it was time to eat!)
Heading into Canada, my youngest had plans to EAT and was watching everyone’s plates that they were carrying around. I know that the festival eating is popular and fun, but with little kids, I really think it is HARD to wait in line, spend $15 on two small things and then walk to the next county and do it all over again. So, very few pictures of all of this, But I know we have poutine near Canada, croissants in France, a Schwarma platter in Morocco, sushi for my son in Japan (we’d regret that). We also stopped to see a some of the street performers- the drummers and Voices of Liberty were our favorites!
Remember when I said Emi was pointing out art that she knew from school? The Birth of Venus was another that she pointed out and when she went to pose in it, she said- mom the lady is naked in the picture, I’m not sure what I should do!
The other very fun thing that we saw, was character training next to America! Tigger, Eyore, Wendel and ??? Someone else that I can’t remember were there. Wendel of course had no line and played iwth the kids for quite a while.
We had just gotten to the point that we were going head to see Anna and Elsa when Peter told me he needed a long break- he actually napped on the ground/my lap during the Chinese acrobats, and then needed another restroom stop- I wonder if the sushi was bad? My youngest had one piece and also needed a smaller breather/break, but both were quite uncomfortable and this wasn’t their first time having sushi. But after a break, everyone started to feel better, and we slowed down, watched the trains in Germany (Peter LOVED trains when he was a toddler and still enjoys them)
So, we skipped Anna and Elsa, went and rode the boat through Mexico, and I made the decision to forgo the next set of fastpasses we had for Soarin’. (Twice is enough, right?? ) We did a quick ride through Figment and Nemo, visited the manatees quickly and were really just ready to head back, which is unlike us to leave before close, but we had a long day ahead tomorrow and I didn’t want to risk it. Plus the kids had been asking to go swim at the pool for 30 mins.
All wasn’t lost, as we were able to swim for a little bit, and then we had a fireworks view room (Tower 5) and we were able to see some of the shows laying in bed.
Steps: 23,224 (9.8 miles)
Best things: Soarin’, Voices of Liberty, and my kids would say Figment
Things I wish we had done that we missed: explored in some of the pavillions more (Canada, Norway/Anna and Elsa specifically), visited with the caretakers in the aquarium as my kids love asking them questions and I had visions of us eating ice cream from France and watching Illuminations.
Uber details- we were dropped off at Beach Club but left from the front of the park. There was a little purple shelter that they directed us to go and wait in for the Uber. I think it was about $8 +tip each way.