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Old 01-01-2010, 10:33 AM   #31
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great trip report I'm subscribing. Your kiddos are precious.
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we have never been to the animator's studio before either. All of your drawings look great!! Can't wait to read more


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I'm in awe of the attention to detail that many of you supply to your trip reports. I can't wait to read what happens next
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Just read your TR, and I can't wait for the next part!

A tip for what to do with the drawings: frame them and put them either in a community room or in their own rooms.
I had done the animator's studio all the time when I was little, but then took a few years off till 08. My mom dug out my old drawings it and was hilarious to see how I've progressed. I've got the 08 one framed in my room right now. It's so cool to look at.
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Just read your TR, and I can't wait for the next part!

A tip for what to do with the drawings: frame them and put them either in a community room or in their own rooms.
I had done the animator's studio all the time when I was little, but then took a few years off till 08. My mom dug out my old drawings it and was hilarious to see how I've progressed. I've got the 08 one framed in my room right now. It's so cool to look at.
I did think about framing them but they are a little on the big size. It might be hard to find affordable frames that fit, but I'm going to take a look around and see what I can find. They are adorable and I love what everyone did.

My middle son didn't feel it was right for Mickey to be without a body so he added a body on both of his drawings, including Mickey's cute little shorts with the buttons. So adorable!
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Thankfully at this point I’m feeling a little better. We decide to head over to the Great Movie Ride, one that I personally could totally pass on and never miss a thing. But Brian and the kids want to go so we do it. Eh, it still doesn’t change my mind. Not a fave at all. The coolest thing about the ride, for me, is the cool costumes and props in the queue line. Hey, but we did get to stop by a Photopass photographer on the way, so at least I got a good picture out of it!

It’s about 11:40 by now and we have lunch reservations for 12:20. Carissa really wants to go see The Voyage of the Little Mermaid, which is just about ready to start. The boys really don’t want to see it. Chase asks to go see One Mans Dream instead and in the end we decide to split up. The girls go see The Voyage of the Little Mermaid and the boys go to One Mans Dream.

Carissa and I sat front and center (well, 2nd row and center) for the Voyage of the Little Mermaid show. She was just entranced. It was a cute show and she was really happy when we left there.

The boys had a great time at One Mans Dream too. Chase is our huge, huge, huge Walt Disney fan and Tristan has also done a research paper on Walt Disney, so they were both interested in learning more about him. They loved walking through to see all the tidbits and facts about Walt, his office and the desk where Mickey was created.

Chase “learned about the original ideas for some of the parks – Adventureland is WAY off! I also learned a lot about the man himself, like how everything he had, including his family and the Walt Disney studios were all in debt when he created Disneyland making it a huge leap of faith.” Tristan liked the movie they showed at the end, the teeny-tiny models of the parks and the robot he got to play with. Hearing them so excited made me wish I’d had a chance to see this exhibit.


By now it was just about lunch time. I took us on the “scenic route” to the Sci-Fi Dine-In (meaning I went the wrong way and took twice as much time and effort to find where we needed to be). The restaurant was busy and we were all hungry. I, quite frankly, was getting quite snarky and was looking forward to a little down time. Thankfully they got us in fairly quickly. We had a wonderful server who brought our drink refills without prompting and was quirky and fun. The food was pretty decent too. Brian had the ribs, Chase and I had the turkey and bacon sandwich, Tristan had a grilled cheese and Carissa had a cheese pizza (which she did not like! Apparently some Disney pizza is better than others...). We all ordered dessert too – hot fudge sundaes for four and a chocolate shake for Chase. Yummy!!! The ambience of the restaurant was awesome too and the kids enjoyed a little bit of mind-numbing television while waiting and eating.

By the time lunch got over it was 1:40 and Beauty and the Beast was scheduled for 2pm. We hightailed it over there and got some pretty decent seats for the show. I love this show! I love the songs, I love the singing and I love the costumes! Carissa loved it too. Everyone else dealt with it.


We decided that now was the perfect time to use our Toy Story fastpasses. The standby line was 70 minutes and the fastpass line took about 20. Sheesh! I like the ride but I couldn’t believe the hoards of people willing to wait that long for one ride. Guess that’s why I love the slow times at Disney. Brian beat us all yet again but everyone did fairly well. Our arms were all tired from pulling the darned string on the gun though! LOL

There's still a lot of day left and plenty more we did. We pretty much closed down the park today so stay tuned for my favorite part coming up...
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We meandered our way over to the other side of the park for Muppetvision. Again, not much of a wait and they only asked you to move ¾ of the way through the theater, since they were never full. We learned our lesson sitting too close on It’s Tough to be a Bug and sat about 2/3 up this time. Much better view of the 3D effects.

After getting out we rushed over to the 4:10 showing of Lights, Motors, Action. We have never taken the time to see this show before so weren’t quite sure what to expect. I had heard it was a fun, action show but I wasn’t so impressed with it myself. They start and stop the show to reveal how the stunts are done. Then they take some time and move on to another stunt. The show was really long – maybe 40 minutes? – and I would have rather been in the parks. The kids thought it was okay but nobody was really impressed with it. This definitely isn’t on my must-see list for a future trip.

At this point we still had Rock n’ Rollercoaster fastpasses to use. It was worth the long walk to the ride and the fastpasses got us in fairly quickly.

Next up was Osborne Lights. We’ve heard such wonderful things about this and we weren’t disappointed. By chance we showed up just a few minutes before they turned the lights on. We got a spot toward one end of the street and stood there, counting down with the huge crowd. When the lights came on there was a huge “AAAAAHHHHH” from the crowd. The sheer amount of lights was awesome and the colors and designs were so impressive!

The sun hadn't quite set in the west, so I got this photo looking down the street with the glow of the sunset in the background.

Immediately after lighting the lights started dancing, meaning that they played a song and the lights blinked off and on in time to the song. I would have loved some classic Christmas carol, and indeed we heard some later on in the evening, but the first song we saw them dance to was a crazy version of Jingle Bells. It was almost like a Chipmunks song, going way too fast for it’s own good. Jingle Bells on speed. And, of course, it’s stuck in your head all day. And even though I’ve heard the song only that one time I can still remember how quickly it was being sung. Crazy!


The lights are beautiful when they dance and even more beautiful when they are on to admire. We walked down the street, stopping to admire our favorites and searching for some of the Mickey heads hidden amongst the lights.

We stopped for a Photopass photo of our family with the lights too. Those lights were absolutely beautiful!

In all we spent about 25 minutes in the Osborne lights area. There were, however, tons of people and we finally made our way out of the area. We walked by later in the evening and there were still tons of people there. I must admit, this one was worthy of the praise and popularity. I’ve never seen anything like it!

We walked around for a bit, knowing that our day was winding down. We were hungry and stopped to eat, only to find the restaurant closed. We walked next to Pizza Planet, finding again that it was closed. I didn’t know that the counter service restaurants closed before the parks so was unprepared for it. I asked a cast member at the counter of Pizza Planet if they were closed. She said they were and I asked where we could find an open counter service restaurant. She directed me to the other side of the park. Oh man… another walk.

As we were walking away she called me back and asked what we were planning on ordering. I said that we were going to order a pizza for each of us, probably cheese for the kids and pepperoni for us. She told us to wait and then gathered a tray and loaded it up. They were out of pepperoni but she gave us 5 cheese pizzas, drinks and desserts. When I asked where to pay she said “Compliments of Pizza Planet”. Wow… how this made our day! Not only did we not have to walk to the other side of the park but we could finally sit down, rest our tired feet and fill up on pizza. It felt so wonderful and we were so thankful!

We headed towards the sorcerer hat in the center of the park, which was beautifully lit up, especially with the spotlights shining in the sky behind it. I took some shots of the hat itself, which turned out nicely.

But then I tried to take shots with people in them. Brian tried too. We even stopped so a Photopass photographer could take our photo in front of the hat. Unfortunately none of those pictures turned out well at all. I was quite disappointed, but not much to be done about it.

We thought we might do a little shopping at the end of our day but the stores were too packed to shop. Instead we just headed out of the park and waited for the bus from Coronado Springs. We waited. And waited. There was a pretty long line of people waiting for the bus so when a bus finally came we were lucky to get on. Some of us had to stand, but at least we got home. It was a quick bus ride for us. We relaxed at the hotel for a while and made the kids finally do their journal entries for the first few days of our trip (they kept “forgetting”… this was their homework).

When we heard Illuminations fireworks going off outside (we can see the tops of them from our room window) that signaled bedtime for the kids.
Tomorrow is our first Epcot day and we have both the Princess Breakfast and steak at Le Cellier to look forward to. The weather has turned up and the forecast looks good. I can't wait!
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Just found your TR. It is great. We are staying at POFQ in Feb and can't wait. My 12 y/o son really likes to draw so I think we will have to do the animation lesson.

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Just found your TR. It is great. We are staying at POFQ in Feb and can't wait. My 12 y/o son really likes to draw so I think we will have to do the animation lesson.

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Welcome! Glad to have you along for the ride.

If your son likes to draw then he'll love drawing with an animator. Make sure you have a place to bring home the drawings though. The animator will give you a rubberband if you ask so that you can roll them up and rubberband them for easier transport.
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Today was set as a “relaxing day” at the parks. It was our first day at Epcot, a park that really isn’t one of our favorites and we anticipated that we really wouldn’t need 2 full days for this park. Instead we planned to sleep in this morning, eat lots of good food and just spend the day at a more relaxing pace than our first few days.

We did end up sleeping in this morning to some extent. I woke up on my own about 7am and then went back to sleep until 8. Tristan and Carissa woke about the same time as me so I guess we all must be pretty well adjusted to East Coast time about now. Our alarm wasn’t due to wake us until 8:30am so we really just bummed around this morning. We didn’t eat much, as we had breakfast reservations, but we hung around, the kids played a few games and I curled Carissa’s hair. She dressed in the beautiful, understanded Disney Princess dress that she’s been saving for just this occasion. About 9:10 we left our room and headed to the bus stop. 2 minutes away from the room Carissa shook her hair and all the curls just dropped right out. Ugh! All that work for naught!

The bus didn’t take too long to come – maybe 10 minutes. It was a good thing it wasn’t there right away as we had forgotten Tristan’s hoodie and Brian had to run back to the room for it. We’d need it because we planned on staying out late tonight.

Anyways, the bus finally came and it was quickly apparent why I like rope drop – there’s not as many people! The buses this morning were full and when we arrived at Epcot there were huge lines for the security people and other huge lines for the turnstiles! So by the time we finally entered the park it was after 10am. Brian took 2 of the kids with him to get Soarin’ fastpasses while Tristan and I trekked all the way to the International Gateway to stow our bag of hoodies and blankets in a locker. This was a strategic move on our part, knowing that we would probably need them tonight when we stayed for Illuminations and also knowing that we’d want them in World Showcase and not clear up in Futureworld.

Tristan and I busted butt, got a locker, stowed our gear and strolled up to Akershus at 10:27. Just in time! We had 10:30 reservations for the princess breakfast. This was a treat for our daughter, who has endured 3 Disney vacations (well, 4 actually but she was only 9mos the first time) without ever having dined with the princesses. We’ve gone to other character meals but none with her favorite characters – the princesses.

They called us in for breakfast right at 10:30. It was then that I realized that I had failed to adequately prepare the boys for this. The first thing they do is take photos with a princess, in this case Belle. So, of course, one is just Carissa in her beautiful dress and with Belle. The other is a family photo. However my 11 year old DOES NOT want to be in the picture. Brian just tells him that I really want us all in the picture, but he insists he doesn’t want to be in. He’s politely told to get his rump up there and smile and he does, but it was like pulling teeth to get him there. Chase just sighed and walked up to pose for the picture. He knows the drill and he knows that the quicker you grin and bear it the quicker it’s done.

Once picture time is over we’re seated at a glorious table near the cast member entrance. I say glorious for two reasons:
1. I was able to seat Carissa at the table in a place where the backdrop included a window and a flower arrangement.

Much better than having some other family in the background of all of our pictures.
2. We were the 3rd table to meet the princesses, meaning that we were able to meet them after breakfast and then be on our merry way. No extra waiting!

Breakfast was pretty good – if you were me. If, however, you were one of the other members of my family breakfast was possibly not as good. For some reason I had the notion that they served waffles and pancakes and such here – not the case! They served a family-style tray of hashbrowns, eggs, sausage and bacon. Then there was a buffet with granola, yogurt, fruit, bagels, croissants, muffins and danishes. I ate just about everything! I had a tiny bowl of granola with raisins and pecans, raspberries, pineapple, croissants, danishes, eggs and a sausage. It was so good and filling! My picky family, however, wasn’t so impressed. They were all slightly disgruntled at my obvious lack of knowledge about the breakfast menu (namely no Mickey head waffles!) and ate much smaller amounts of breakfast. But in the end everyone had some fruits and pastries and sometimes more. We got the bill and I was sooooo thankful we were on the dining plan. $150 for breakfast??? OUCH!

I must admit that this was one of the best things we did this trip. Not for the food and not for the boys, but because Carissa was so absolutely thrilled and excited. I’m so bummed that this picture wasn’t in focus on Carissa, but it still shows how excited she was the entire meal. She could hardly stop to eat. She was watching and waiting and thrilled to meet each and every character.

She got to meet Belle as we walked in. Cinderella, Ariel, Aurora and Mary Poppins all came to our table.


We left with copies of both of the photos they had taken at the beginning of the meal and they weren’t as bad as I feared. Tristan doesn’t look too ticked off in the photo. LOL

Carissa and I made a bathroom run and while waiting for us Chase saw the Hidden Mickey’s book he’d been eyeing in a nearby gift shop. He finally broke down and bought it. He spent his whole day (edited to add: more like the rest of the trip!) with his nose in the book and reading about where to find the hidden Mickey’s in each place we visited. I think this book is going to get a lot of use in the next few days.

Since we were already in Norway we rode Maelstrom as soon as we left the breakfast. It was a walk-on, which wasn’t too surprising given that World Showcase had only opened 30 minutes before. After the ride the kids all dressed up in Viking gear to help slay the giant troll in the gift shop.

Next up was to head for a fastpass for Kim Possible Missions, which instructed us to go to Norway at 12:30 for our mission. And since we were in the area we decided to stop for a photograph with Epcot’s big Christmas tree.


We headed into Mousegears next, as Tristan still hasn’t spent a dime of his money and it’s burning a hole in his wallet! We left the store emptyhanded though, as all he really wanted was one of those ridiculous Vinylmation Mickey’s. I’ve been trying to convince him to pass on them but he seems pretty steadfast. I think we may have one of these residing in our house sometime soon.

Stay tuned... this was a long day of magic for us.
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Phew, I had a lot of catching up to do! Great updates!
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Akershus sounds great! We have an ADR there, luckily my girls are not picky and would eat everything offered.
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Catching up on your trip report. Great pics of the Osborne Lights, I would love to see these in person one day. Carissa's dress is beautiful, she looks so excited to see the princesses!! Can't wait to read more.


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Catching up on your trip report. Great pics of the Osborne Lights, I would love to see these in person one day. Carissa's dress is beautiful, she looks so excited to see the princesses!! Can't wait to read more.


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The Osborne Lights were AMAZING. If I can figure out how to post it, I have video of that. My son took it though so it's a bit psychadelic-70's in places but you can hear the "aaaaaahhhhh" of the crowd when it was turned it. It was such a neat experience!

Thanks for the comment on Carissa's dress. It's hard to find something beautiful yet wearable for the parks and she's over wearing the real princess dresses (this was the first trip with no princess dresses. ) and this was the perfect thing. I actually got it off the "come trade with me" thread here on the disboards. Traded some of my scrapbook goodies for it so I didn't even have to pay cash for it. Can't beat that!
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While I was still shopping (and eyeing a very cool frame that I’m still debating on) Brian went and grabbed us Test Track fastpasses.

It was 12:30pm now and time for our Kim Possible mission.

We picked up our Kimmunicator and set the kids loose. We ended up in Mexico where the kids had to save something or other from some bad guy.

I obviously don’t know much about the show and let the kids have the freedom to do the mission. All the clues were inside in the marketplace, making it a little easier for their first mission. It was pretty neat to watch them walk around trying to find all the clues. It was fun watching the Day of the Dead marionette come to life and give them a clue. There was a talking parrot in this mission too. All in all they decided that Kim Possible Missions were pretty neat.

When they were done with the mission they wanted to start another but it was all the way in France, on almost the other side of World Showcase. So we put the Kimmunicator away for a while and started moseying our way toward France. We got waylaid by the prospect of frozen lemonade. Our “quick stop” took 20 minutes and we quickly realized how fast time was flying.

We slowly walked the World Showcase and made a stop in Japan to get pick-a-pearls for Carissa and myself. She showed me up, yet again, by getting a larger pearl then mine. I got a 7 1/4mm pinkish whiteish pearl and Carissa got a 7 1/2mm creamish greenish pearl. Carissa did give me a hint on how to get a good pearl – she said to pick a bigger oyster next time. Yes, I guess mine was a bit puny! LOL


I did surprise Carissa after picking our pearls. I’d brought with me 2 Cinderella Carriage pearl cages – one for her and one for me. I took her outside and and surprised her with them. They were a huge hit!


We ended up moseying by all the counties in the World Showcase. We stopped at France where the kids completed one final Kim Possible mission. This mission had them running here and there in France and at one point they had to look at the Eiffel tower and say "Vermage", which apparently is French for "Cheese." Needless to say, the entire rest of the tirp they said "Vermage" whenever we were getting a picture taken. LOL

It was time for lunch so we headed straight to Canada, where we had reservations for LeCellier.

YUM! I don’t know that there’s much else to say about LeCellier. It all comes down to yummy food for me and this is at the top of the list. I had the filet mignon, medium-well (minus the mushrooms, which are on my personal list of highly inedible foods.... eeeeewwww!). I substituted their cream cheese mashed potatoes. Those potatoes are fabulous! They were creamy, well-flavored and just wonderful potatoes. My steak was perfectly cooked, tender and divine. Brian had the New York strip and loved it too, though he admitted that it wasn't as succulent as mine. Chase had the filet (also minus mushrooms), which he loved, and gratin potatoes, which he did not like. Desserts were smores and a chocolate moose, both of which were okay but not fabulous. Probably out least favorite desserts of the whole trip. However, after that steak, I will totally forgive them for it!

It was still pretty cool, even though it was nearly 4pm, and we knew that when the sun went down it would get even cooler so we grabbed the hoodies from our locker. We found a photopass photographer who was taking pics with the France pavillion in the background. I really love that she took the time to set us up correctly, to make sure everyone was looking and smiling. She was the best photopass photographer we ran into this trip and it really shows in the picture. It's my fave Photopass shot of the trip!
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