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Old 04-26-2013, 03:43 AM   #91
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Just got all caught up again. Love all the pictures with Goofy at the circus. I would have run from the clowns too, I am also not a huge fan of the circus and not really a big Dumbo movie fan (kills me when the elephants and kids make fun of Dumbo and that when mama gets mad they put her in a cage and seperate her from her baby. )

Anyway I still have to ride Dumbo everytime and looking forward to trying out the brand new one.

Great pictures, the Epcot Mickey, Pluto and Minnie pictures are great too.

Looking foward to the next update.
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Extra magic Hollywood style.

Thanks to Disney excitement, I was up a little before Mickey and Stitch called at 6. I was determined to get us to the bus stop by 7am and we were!

I had read on the disAbilities board about the ways people decorated and personalized their scooters for the trip, and had stopped at our Target one day to buy Danny a set of battery operated LED christmas lights. (I read they had ones with Mickey heads, but not at my store apparently.) We had forgotten them the first two nights, but Hannah had remembered to grab them that morning. We wove them around his front basket while we waited for our bus.





When it came it was a short ride to the DHS. It was pretty empty and extra hazy when we got there.







The crowd grew behind us as we waited and I was so glad we had managed to get there when we did.




We ended up the 6, 7, and 8th people through the gate.

None of us had ever ridden Toy Story Midway Mania before, so, like most guests there that morning, that was our first goal. On our last trip, Hannah and I never made it to DHS early enough to ride without a long wait, and it didn't exist last time Danny was there. All of us were looking forward to checking it out.

However, nothing could keep me from making us stop for a picture!



Hannah went ahead a little bit and got our FPs. Since the standby line was pretty empty still we decided to stand by! There wasn't enough of a line for me to really take in the magic of that queue area and I didn't get a single picture. Oh well, it's better to get through the line quickly than to take some pictures. I think.

At some point the line broke off and we were sent up a ramp and into the loading area for people on scooters and wheel chairs. It's off to the side somewhere, and it seemed like every once in a while the regular loading would send a car off to our area. I never saw the regular loading area so I don't know really.

Danny and I rode in a seat together, and Hannah sat right behind us. We loved it. No wonder it's so popular - it was so much fun!

Here's our score. It was our first time!


Danny is a life long geek and was super excited to check out the upgrades they'd made to Star Tours, so we headed there next.













We took the regular line until we came to the stairs part. We were sent down an elevator. From there a CM took us to a line on the opposite side from where you regularly enter. Whe the doors opened, we loaded from one side while everyone else loaded from the other.





We saw - some stuff. We rode that so many times I can not remember which part we saw first. But I know we loved it. We looked around the dump shop after. I thought about buying a Chewbacca hat, but didn't.

Outside the ride, Danny hopped on a pod racer or whatever they're called, and I tried to get him in some kind of fake action shot.





By then it was about time for our TSMM FPs so we headed back through the unlit Osborne lights to Pixar Palace. Hannah ran over to RnR to get herself a FP, so D and I took our time making it back to the ride. We sat on a bench and people watched some until she got back.

Here's the wheel chair loading area.



The CM giving us instructions talked so quickly and so mumbly, we had no idea what she was saying. We asked her to repeat herself, and still had no idea. Since we'd done it before we figured we'd figure it out so we smiled and nodded. The funniest part was when the next family came in the same thing happened. They looked at us and we told them we had no idea. We all shrugged and laughed. Then the car came around and we loaded in. It was just as fun the second time around.







Danny gets me on accuracy every time, but I get a bigger score. Which is better?


I loved it so much I suggested we get one more set of FPs for later that day. Hannah already had hers from RnR, but she didn't really love TSMM, so that would be fine. The return time was pretty far out and I speculated that if we didn't get passes then, that we wouldn't end up having a chance to ride it again for the rest of our trip, since this was the only morning we would spend at DHS. That's the crazy thing about this ride. If you don't get there in the first part of the day, you're probably not going to ride it. Unless you like waiting in long times or maybe right before close.

Thing was, the current return times were during our lunch. I needed to wait just a little bit to get the next return time. Hannah was crying for some breakfast, so Danny decided he'd go with her around the corner to the Commissary to get some food, and I'd hang around till the time changed and meet them there.

I've reached my photo limit, so we'll do breakfast in the next post.

Next up: Breakfast noms.


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Breakfast noms.

While I was waiting, I took a lot of pictures myself.















You clever dis people are probably already chuckling at me because you know the Commissary doesn't serve breakfast! We did not. They texted that fact to me and we picked a spot to meet up as soon as I got our passes.

Even though she hates General Hospital, Hannah knows it's one of my life long favorite things, so she texted me this picture. Good girl!



Danny asked a guy at a cart the best place for counter service breakfast, and he pointed us the way to Fairfax Fare. Danny tried to give him a tip, which of course he didn't accept.

On the way there I happened to notice The Scary Apothecary Shop, which I happened to remember sold the carrot cake cookies I happened to want to try. I told D and H I'd meet up with them and stopped in for my cookie!


Fairfax Fare is a nice, open place to eat. I approved. Their biscuit sammies looked great,




but I was pleased to pick off the raisins and enjoy my cookie breakfast and enjoy that!


It was delicious. I had imagined the cookie parts would be harder, but it was soft and yummy. Also, so rich I could only eat about half of it. Hannah grabbed me some napkins to wrap it in (they didn't say Disney anywhere on them!). I put it back in it's bag and back in my bag hoping it would hold out for later (it did).

The best part of eating there was the view of my beloved Tower of Terror!



Next up: We ride rides and join the Clean Plate Club.


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Still over 220 days until the next trip. This report is awesome and is helping me with WDW withdrawals.
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We ride rides and join the Clean Plate Club.

We finished our breakfasts, tossed out the trash and headed up the hill to the Tower of Terror.



H and I were excited! We love that ride. Danny was pretty sure he wouldnt like it, even after I explained how I used to be so sure I would hate it I vowed to never even try it - but then I did and now its my favorite. He still passed and found a spot to park along the wall and wait for us.

It was maybe a 20 minute wait. I left my camera with Danny so I didnt get any pictures of the gorgeously themed queue. I love that hotel. Somehow I did not remember that little room where fake Rod Serling tells you a story. I have no idea how I could forget such a thing. I guess the thrill of the drops had wiped my brain all the other times Ive ridden it. We watched that, screamed when the lights went out (not really) and then headed to our car.

On that ride, once I get in the car and its on its journey to the front, I start wondering why on earth I got on this ride in the first place. I freak out a little and think maybe I made a mistake and want off! But its that feeling of being scared (when you know everything is really ok) that makes me love the ride so much! That and the giant drops and the incredible view of the park flashing by.

We thoroughly enjoyed our first turn on Tower of Terror!



We met back up with Danny and headed off towards RnR so Hannah could use her fast pass. D and I sat on a bench. It seemed to take her a long time, so we took a lot of pictures. I am only going to show you a few of them.

It's a giant guitar.


Me and the upside down car.


Our TSMM fast passes!


My Mickey watch said it was 10:11.


Finally, we spotted Hannah. She didn't want her picture taken.


We had early lunch reservations at 50s Prime Time Cafe that day. It was new to all of us and we were pleased at the chance to check it out. It wasnt quite time yet, so we wandered along Sunset and Hollywood Blvds on our way to Echo Lake.

None of us really remembered that area so we took our time checking out the lake and the giant dinosaur.









We decided to see if we could check in a little early for our reservations (a recurring trend on this trip). They were happy to send us off to watch TV and wait. It was pretty crowded in there, but the wait was not bad.











I took a lot of pictures while we waited because it looked so cool. Uncle Phil called our name and led us to our table. We got a TV table and I was thrilled.









We watched some TV and soon Auntie Theresa came over to see how we were and ask if we needed anything to eat. She gaves us napkins that said Disney on them!

Magic napkins.


Auntie Theresa was great. She was super sweet and friendly, and a little funny. She played along with the set up perfectly but didnt embarrass any of us. Thank you Auntie.

I got the pot roast with some mashed potatoes and veg:


Hannah had the fried chicken with mashed potatoes and corn:


Danny got the combo of fried chicken, pot roast and meatloaf, just as I predicted:


"This is really good," was Danny's opinion.
We all got clean plate stickers, but we passed on any kind of desert.


We saw clips from these shows: Dennis the Menace, I Married Joan, Father Knows Best, The Real McCoys, Dick Van Dyke, the opening of Disneyland, a clip about the kitchen of tomorrow, and a clip about preparing for the Olympics. Danny pointed out that with few exceptions, all the clips were about food! Clever Disney.

I loved the look of this place, and I love that it's like a giant game of pretend. The food was super tasty, but was so heavy it made me feel kind of yuck later. I'd like to go again for the atmosphere, but I will get the chicken caesar salad next time.

Next up: Countdown to a fun surprise!



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Countdown to a fun surprise.

We headed out of the restaurant proudly wearing our Clean Plate stickers and talked about what to do next. We were right by the Indiana Jones show, and since none of us had ever seen it before, we decided it was a good next thing. It would make it kind of tight for making it before our FP for TSMM expired, but - inspired by the daring of Indy himself - we decided to live it up and risk it.

Scooter seating is at the very back along the walkway, so we did not have anything like good seats, but I don't think that really effected our experience. Danny and Hannah really loved it. The fake audience volunteer said he was from Kansas City, my home town (and still less than an hour away), so I was all WooHoo Kansas City, but then later I wondered if he’d made that up along with everything else. Does anyone remember if he's always from Kansas City?

My favorite part was taking photos. It's not every day that I can shoot a few frames of an explosion, or a small plane surrounded by fire.







By the time we got out of there, it was definitely time to go use our last set of TSMM FPs. We rushed over and this time I got some queue pictures!







I am 3D ready.


Dig me, I won.


Danny and I loved that ride. I can't see either of us ever waiting in the kind of lines it attracts, but it is a lot of fun.

I think it was right around here that Hannah started feeling poorly. She was just finishing up a round of antibiotics and I think they were having a bad effect on her. The first fews days she was feeling crummy and tired a lot, but after the pills were all gone she kind of perked right up. Lesson: never get sick or injured in the last few weeks before your vacation.

We had a bathroom break just outside the Pirate show, then headed for the queue. H and I told again of how dull the Narnia exhibit had been when we were here last. H believes it just seemed bad to us because we had seen a better and bigger touring version of Narnia stuff a few years before. I say the Disney World version was bad either way.

We were all hopeful about the new Legend of Jack Sparrow - and then it was awful. None of us enjoyed it. We were told to stand by the wall so Danny could see, but next to the wall we really could not see or hear anything. Hannah wandered around a little to try to get a good luck, but it was so insanely crowded. There were way too many people in there.

I just didn't get it. I'm sure that was made worse by the fact that I couldn't see or hear any part of the "show". We didn't know there was a mermaid involved until someone told us. And I have to admit I just don't get the whole pirate love. Pirates were bad guys, and I know it's fantasy and pretend but I can't make myself forget that. So of course between all that I didn't really enjoy it, but on the other hand neither did D or H.

Hannah took some pictures for her BFF who loves Jack Sparrow.







Apparently once when Jack was going on about where the rum was, I muttered “Have you seen yourself?” which Hannah still thinks is hilarious. Thanks, Hannah.

For the second time in as many years, I was super happy to be leaving that building when they opened the doors! I'm going to guess that spot is just cursed in some way, and avoid it in the future. I wonder what was there before Narnia.

We walked along a bit, and Hannah decided she really did feel crummy. She wanted to head back to the hotation for a little rest. I thought about going back with her, but decided I wanted to see the parade first and told her I'd be back after that.

Now I know the 3 o’clock parade is at 3pm., but for some reason I thought the Countdown to Fun parade was later in the day, like the AK parade. So by the time I got to the parade street, some parts had already passed.

Here’s the thing. I am an insane fan of the musician/genius Todd Rundgren. Don’t feel badly if you don’t know who he is, but feel free to look him up. At the same time, as you know, I am somewhat Disney obsessed. So how on earth did I not know that the Countdown to Fun parade song is Todd’s goofy Bang the Drum song! I was so happy to hear it (even though it's not a favorite). They changed the words a bit, and I admit it got a little repetive by the end - but yay for Todd! I would have never imagined Todd and Disney together but what a fun surprise. I hope he got a million dollars out of that deal. And since it's all gone now, I'm so grateful I got to see it while it was still there!

I sang along and took some pictures.























After the parade, I headed back to the room. Danny wanted to stay and ride Star Tours a few times so we made plans to meet up at the MK later. We had our photo taken and I headed out.



Hannah was asleep when I got to the room, so I left the lights off and tried to be quiet. I was feeling kinda yucky myself about then. I soaked my feet in the bathtub and appreciated the calm and quiet. I could still feel all that roast beef from lunch in my belly and it was not really agreeing with me. I was happy I had brought along some Alka Seltzer and I had some of that.

After those things and a 15 minute power nap, I felt so much better! I woke Hannah and had a diet DrPepper from the fridge and a square of Hannah’s Hershey bar. A little chocolate is always a good tonic for whatever ails you, I find. Just like how you need a little after a Dementor attack. We changed into something a little warmer and were both ready to enjoy the magic of the Magic Kingdom after dark.

Next up: Magic Kingdom after dark.


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Loved all the updates. Been off the Dis for awhile so I was happy to get all caught up. Love all the pictures!!!!
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Loved all the updates. Been off the Dis for awhile so I was happy to get all caught up. Love all the pictures!!!!
Welcome back! And thanks! Taking pictures is one of my favorite things to do at Disney World. Of course, the list of favorite things to do at Disney World is very long , but taking pictures is definitely in it!
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Magic Kingdom after dark.

We left our room and headed for our bus stop. We were about to have our worst bus luck of the night. Worst night of the whole trip, actually, but that's for the next post.

When we got to our stop, there was a family of 3 generations standing around. They said they had been waiting a while already. We continued to wait through 2 busses for Epcot, 2 for DHS, 1 for AK and 1 for DTD before our MK bus came. The 7th bus. Dang! That was a long wait.

Danny had texted me he was at the MK, so I told him we'd meet him on Main Street. That turned out to be a bad idea because by the time we got there, Main Street was super crowded.

We had a little trouble finding Danny, but after we did we struggled through the crowds to the first open spot where we could sit down and talk a little. We were across the bridge into Fantasyland when we found an empty bench.

Looks like we stopped for some photos on the way, though.

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On the way we passed Merida. There was still a line, but it was short. We were excited because we thought we’d get to meet her, but her handler told us the line had just closed. I hadn't realized how late it had gotten.

So we sat on the bench and decided what to do. Danny had yet to see any of the new parts of Fantasyland, so that was our plan. It was nice just sitting on the bench for a bit, watching the lights and watching the people. I really love Disney World, and I especially love the parks after dark.





I think Danny was thoroughly impressed with the expansion, although agreed it will obviously be so much better when the mine train is done. He also almost ran himself and his scooter through a rope that was marking off a queue. Yikes.



We saw Gaston out around his fountain. His handler kept telling people not to make a line. The handler would just call out to a group of people standing around and invite us to go meet Gaston. How weird was that? This Gaston was funny and all - Danny and Hannah thought he was hilarious - but he wasn't nearly as good as my Gaston from the day before. That guy was the best.



Again I was dazzled by the way the Magic Kingdom, and especially Fantasyland, lights up at night.








Up Next: Trapped! The bad part.

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The Bad Part.

Ok, so here comes the bad part. It's not really bad. Nobody got hurt or lost anything important. We just got stuck on a bad ride for a long time which was kind of nightmarish in a creepy freak out kind of way. I've been putting off this trip report because I dread writing this part. I'm just not sure how to equally explain to you how freaky it was while understanding it was just getting stuck on a bad ride at Disney World. Because even this worst moment of the trip is better than a lot of days in real life, you know what I mean? So I am not moaning and complaining. I am just saying it was bad.

Which nightmare ride was it? Why it was the happiest cruise that ever sailed; It's A Small World.

It is not a favorite, and I often wonder why I ride it at all. But it just sees like one of those rides you have to ride for it to be a real Disney World trip, you know? So Danny and I decided to ride it. Hannah was much smarter. On our trip in 2010, Hannah and I had been stuck in the middle of it for a few minutes and she wasn't going to let that happen again. Clever girl. She went off to ride the Haunted Mansion after we picked a meet up place for after.

We should have known something was wrong as soon as we got in line. The line was a little long, and moving really slowly. And there was trash! which is normal but not something they usually let you see at Disney.



We did make Disney friends with a lady in line though. She was about to head off on a cruise and she was excited. She was fun.

This lady in the booth did not look like she was having fun. She was on and off several phones and looked haggard.



As usual, I tried to pass the time by taking lots of photos.



See this clock? It was almost 9 when we got off, and hardly any of that was waiting in line.



Eventually we loaded in to the back row of our boat and took off. For about 2 minutes. We stopped right as our boat started to make that first turn. Looking ahead:



Looking behind:





We waited there for a very long time. We made some more Disney friends with the family in front of us. One of my favorite parts of this trip was about to happen.

There was a family in front of us with a dad and 3 kids. We were sitting there for a while and the kids started talking to us about Disney World (of course). The younger girl, who was maybe 12 asked me how many times I've been to the World so I told her it was my 4th trip, but my very first trip wasn't until I was 30.

"Oh," she said. "I thought you were 30 now."



Since I am actually 46, I was instantly in love with this girl. "You are my favorite person I've ever met at Disney World." I told her. And she totally is.

Yeah. So we were on the ride. Not moving. And then we started going very slowly. No one was really sure if we were actually moving or the waves were just moving us naturally. Through the whole ride we moved very very slowly. With the lights on. It was beyond frustrating. That song was making me crazy.

I took a lot of pictures. These are probably my favorites.





Notice how the boats are touching. Do they always do that?





























Hannah started texting me asking what was going on. She had been waiting for us for a long time. I let her know we were kind of stuck and she walked over to the ride to wait for us. She texted me through the rest of the ride, too, giving me updates from up front as they closed down the line and emptied the queue.

"They have launched a rescue.” was the best one. But it wasn't till later.

After an unbearably long time, we made it to the Adios room and could see the dock. And then the boats stopped. Seriously, so close you could taste it, but not close enough.

We were there for a long time. The music never stopped playing and the lights never came on. Guests were getting crazy. A couple people kept standing up and trying to climb off after a while, but then CMs would come and yell at them about it not being safe and not wanting them to get hurt. Personally I thought if they didn't want us to get hurt they would turn off the music so we did't lose our minds.

It got kind of ugly. I think the music in that last room is louder than the rest of the room. It was hard to hear what was going on, even though what was going on was just being told the ride would start again momentarily. There was an infant screaming in the boat behind us and nobody could blame it.

Eventually some guys in regular clothes came around to help us out. They were out front in the queueing area. There was a kind of mean CM standing in the Adios room yelling some stuff at people, and she couldn't see the rescue guys telling us to climb forward through the boats. So she started yelling a Lot. She wanted us to sit down and shut up without realizing the rescuers were giving us different directions. I tried to tell her but it was too loud to hear in that room and I was more concerned with getting Out.

We were in the mobility issue boat, so it took extra long to help everyone out. Danny did a great job of climbing out. The rescuers were kind of nervous about letting him climb across the water by himself, but he and I both knew he could do it so I just grabbed his arm and let him pull himself over.

We were the very last ones out of the ride.

Oh man, that sucked. I hate feeling trapped and man were we trapped.
Whew!

So that was the bad part. Not so bad really, but I don't think I'll be getting on that cruise again for quite some time, thanks.

Up Next: Time for a breather!

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Wow!!! Getting stuck in IASW would be enough to drive anyone insane. I like the ride (once and at normal speed). I too feel that it wouldn't really be a Disney Trip if I didn't ride it at least the one time. Plus my kids love it. In fact my favorite picture from the last time we were there is of my son (3 years old at the time) on the ride for the first time. His eyes are so wide and his mouth is hanging open. He was just in awe of everything he was seeing. I just love that picture. So totally illustrates why I love Disney so much. Just the magic of it all!!!

That last room the music is louder than the rest of the rooms. So I can totally imagine the screaming to be heard over it all. Glad you made it out!!!
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I loved your Small World story Didn't someone in a wheelchair just get a settlement for being stuck in Small World? It may have been Disneyland. That's just extreme torture!
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Wow!!! Getting stuck in IASW would be enough to drive anyone insane.

That last room the music is louder than the rest of the rooms. So I can totally imagine the screaming to be heard over it all. Glad you made it out!!!
It was freaky! And surreal.
The music certainly seemed louder. Glad to know it wasn't just my imagination!


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Thanks. It did seem like the kind of thing you might do to get the truth out of someone. Not quite as bad as waterboarding, but if you had to stay in that room for very long...

I hadn't heard anything about a settlement, but if it did happen, I'm sure they deserved whatever reward they got!
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