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Old 02-23-2008, 10:45 AM   #16
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great trip report, thanks for sharing.... we also have a BBB early for our girls, that is why I booked it so early I heard how great it is to be in the park, also thought we might have a better chance at waking up tink
Yes, that was our thinking too. Getting into the park early was great and as you saw we got some pics of us with the castle and no crowds behind us.

Another suggestion for you: if you have to go to the TTC center before going to MK then you will want to leave extra time. That early in the morning the express monorail to MK wasn't running so we had to take the resort monorail that stopped 3 times before going to MK. That took about 15 minutes longer than the express would have, so just plan for that.

Have fun and enjoy the BBB!!!
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This morning I woke up before the clock even rang. I guess I must be getting used to the time change finally. The rest of the family must be too because they all got up much easier this morning.

We had breakfast and headed out for Animal Kingdom. We arrived just as the rope dropped and joined the horde on the way to Expedition Everest. Now, I had seen shows on this ride and thought I really had an idea of what it was about, but it was much better than I even anticipated. I think this could have something to do with the fact that Tristan and I were in the front car and had a clear, unobstructed view of the entire ride. Wow, that just makes it awesome!!! We loaded very quickly and started on our way. The first section was wonderful, but what I really loved was the view from way up there on top of Everest. AMAZING!!! Probably the best view of any in the whole of Walt Disney World. While we knew we would be going backwards, we didnít know that it would be so quickly into the ride. I must give a huge shout out to the Imagineers at Disney who had us going backwards and upside down in the dark. My stomach always takes it a bit easier if itís dark and I canít see anything to judge exactly how weíre moving. After the backwards portion Tristan and I got a birds eye view of the track flipping over to send us on our way forward again. How cool! Soon we were on our way down the mountain, twisting and turning and just having a grand time screaming together. It was all wonderful!


While we would have loved to go again right away we all knew that our stomachís werenít sure about a second go round so quickly after the first. We decided to head on our way to see more of Animal Kingdom.

Up next was Dinoland USA. We headed into the fun little carnival like area first. This was being built we were here in 2001 and I clearly remember the big wall closing it off and the top of the dinosaurs head peeking up over the top. Now we were able to walk right in and see what we had narrowly missed during our last trip.

One of the most exciting rides of this area is the Primeval Whirl or, as itís called online, Primeval Hurl. I can see exactly why itís called that. Itís a narrow, twisty coaster, which is bad enough in and of itself. But add to that the fact that each car spins around and around during the course of the ride and youíve got a big problem. I would NOT last on this thing and none of the other adults were interested in riding for the same reason. Thankfully the kids were allowed to go on together. Wow! Their first solo ride.



They rode once and jumped right back in line to ride again. They really enjoyed it. Next was the Triceratops spin, one of those dumbo-like rides where you go up and down.


This was obviously not high on the excitement factor, so we decided to sit down and make a bit more exciting plan for the day.

We let the kids play in the boneyard while we planned. The boneyard is infamous in our family Disney history as the place where 3 year old Tristan got lost during our 2001 trip. He was walking the play structures with Chase and went down the blue slide when Chase went down the yellow slide. Needless to say Chase got worried that his brother didnít come to the same place he did. Chaos insued and we all went crazy until we found Tristan who was oblivious to the fact that he was indeed lost. Ever since Tristan heard that story heís been wanting to return to the boneyard to play. They enjoyed a nice little chunk of playtime while Brian and I planned. By the time their play time was up we had come up with my ďNazi RegimineĒ (so called by Brian because of my tendancy to be pushy and rushing people along). We were on a tight schedule so we finally got down to business.

Next up was Dinosaur. OK, I donít like scary anything. Roller coasters are not scary to me, no matter how many dips or turns they take. But this ride was scary to me. So scary in fact that I ducked my head a few times, including the time when they took the picture.

It was definitely not my kind of ride. MIL liked it a lot though and the kids thought it was pretty neat. Carissa was concerned about the dinosaur we had let lose during our trip to the past. But we all got through it.

Up next was the Finding Nemo stage show. Another wonderful, magical Disney stage show.


This one was probably even more special than the others because of the puppets. They were made my Michael Curry, a puppet designer based in our little hometown in Oregon. Iíve been for a tour of his workshops and are just so thrilled by all he does. WOW. Oh, and the Emmy on the wall helped to impress a bit too, Anyways, the puppets in this show were really awesome. All the seaweed and plants were costumes, as were the fish and other characters. It was SO wonderful!

The only unfortunate part was the realization that Carissa's brand new beautiful pearl necklace that she had long coveted was missing. The chain itself was still on her but the clasp on the pendant part of the necklace must have opened because the butterfly and pearl pendant were gone. She was devestated! We looked all around where we were sitting with no luck. We stopped at lost and found both here, at Animal Kingdom, and at the park we were at the day before, Hollywood Studios. Again, no luck. I can't even tell you how much Carissa was saddened by this all.
We did have the rest of the day to look forward to though so we went on with our plans, which were to use our fastpasses for Expedition Everest. I loved it yet again.

Next was one of Dadís favorite rides. Ö Kali River Rapids. Heís a junkie for water rides and couldnít wait to go on this one. I was a bit more pragmatic about water rides and suggested we wear ponchos to keep from getting too wet. Dad would have none of that. And he could be relied upon to get the kids on his side. It wasn't a big issue to me so I didn't push it, but I had a bad feeling about exactly how wet we were going to get.
Now, the thing about this ride is that whether you stay dry, get wet, or get really, really wet is all determined by how the raft spins and who hits the waterfall first. The first ride worked out fairly well for me and I was only a little bit wet, but since there was no line we all (including the family from Michigan who was sharing our raft) decided to stay and go on a second trip. This time I got even more wet. Worst of all was that Carissa was thoroughly soaked. And that poor little girl doesn't have an ounce of fat on her so she gets cold easily. By the time we got off the ride she was shivering. Thankfully a nearby vendor had dresses for sale and Carissa got a new one to wear.

A quick (and wet) trek to see the giant fruit bats and the hippos and such

we were ready to take a break for lunch.

Unbeknownst to us, the lines for food were 30 minutes long. Ugh! Seriously?!? No lines for the ride but 30 minutes to eat? Grrrr. Anyways, some chips (Cheetos, given to her for her birthday by a vendor) an apple and an orange helped sate the kids hunger until we could have dinner.

By now we were feeling the pinch on time. We took the Safari ride and got to see some wonderful animals, but had to hurry on our way to see Mickey and Minnie in Camp Mickey Minnie. Thankfully we were able to finally see Mickey alone (without Pluto I mean) this trip.


We got a chance to see Minnie too. Check our Rissa posing with Minnie and sporting her new dress.


Next up was ďItís Tough To Be A BugĒ. Tristan didnít want to ride this so he and I sat out and shopped a bit. As soon as everyone was done we hightailed it back to Camp Mickey Minnie for the Festival of the Lion King. I had seen some clips of this show on someones trip report and I had shared them with the kids so we were all very excited about seeing it. We were there early but thankfully there were lots and lots of pin trading cast members to occupy their time until the show started. Once they had traded several times they came and sat back down with us to wait. One of the CMís came over and asked if they would like to help him out. They were up for it so he taught them the "hand jive" and had them teach the audience. While they hadnít exactly perfected it themselves, they sure had a great time being in the limelight and showing others how to hand jive. The CM took them backstage and made them ďmagical momentĒ certificates to help them remember their special moment.

The show started and I must say that it was awesome.


The tumble monkeys were great, as were the other performers in the show. But I must say that my favorite performers were my own children. Once again, the kids were picked to take part in the show, this time in the finale. They circled around the room with shakers and followed the 3 rules given to them: have a big smile, make a lot of noise and have fun.



They did just that and were so wonderful. It was a truly special occasion for them and a fitting way to end our day in Animal Kingdom.

After the Lion King we had to rush to Rainforest Cafe to get their in time for our reservation. We were late but they seated us anyways. They were pretty slow so it really wasn't an issue. Now, let me preface this by saying that we are, generally, fans of Rainforest Cafe. I love some of their food and DH loves the ribs so we make it a plan to go once during each Disney trip. Unfortunately, this time they might have ruined it for us. The whole things was just horrible. The food took nearly and hour to get to our table, despite the fact that at least 1/2 of the restaurant was completely empty. They made a mistake on mine and had to go fix it. It took about 20 minutes, so I didn't get my food until after everyone else was nearly done with their meals. Then when the waitress delivered our food we asked that they get started on the Volcano that we had ordered as part of Carissa's birthday celebration. Time goes by. Everyone else is done with their food. Everyone needs drink refills. I'm done with my food. And we wait. And wait. And wait. 1 hour and 30 minutes after arriving at the restaurant we flag down a random waitress and ask that she send our server over immediately. We are fuming to say the least. We inquire about our volcano. Our waitress has no idea what's taking so long. We then say that we aren't willing to wait any longer and that we want to pay our check and leave. We're told that she has to void the item from the check and will be right back. 15 minutes later she finally returns with a corrected check. We hightail it out of there very upset about it all. I finally find a manager (I have been looking for one for the last 1/2 hour) and complain to her about all the has happened. She apologizes but hopes that we will still come to visit them again. Are you kidding me? Are you high? After the shoddy service, the rude and innatentive waitress (which we still had to pay a mandatory 18% gratuity to, since we are a party of 7) and the missing volcano that never arrived for my daughters birthday there is NO WAY we will be returning to Rainforest Cafe. How sad. This was the one really negative part of our trip. After this all we were ready to just go home and get to sleep... so we did.
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Old 02-28-2008, 10:10 AM   #18
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Glad to hear you had a great day at AK. It's our (DD8 and mine) favorite park. Sorry to hear about Carissa's lose.

As to RC-I've never been a fan of it anyway, but after your experience I would totally understand why you wouldn't plan on going back. And what was with that manager? "Hope you return." That's it, nothing more. Don't think so. I'm sure your DD had a wonderful birthday even without having the special volcano, but how frustrating to use up so much of your precious vacation time waiting for something that you had planned for, in advance.

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Disney Day 5: Experiencing the Magic, Part 2

There is just something about the Magic Kingdom that is more magical than anywhere else in Disneyworld. So I always expect something a little more. Today was exactly that.

First off, I want to say that today was the most stress free day thus far. That’s because last night we sat down with the map and decided what we still wanted to see. Then I made an agenda and we stuck with it. I must say, that made all the difference in the world …

We woke up the usual time and made our way to Magic Kingdom. We arrived just in time to see Mickey and friends arrive on the train and open Magic Kingdom.



We tried to make our way quickly back to Fantasyland, but that’s hard to do when there is a horde of people with strollers and children everywhere. By the time we got back to Fantasyland our scheduled first ride, Dumbo, was packed. As much as I wanted to ride Dumbo this trip, I also didn’t want to spend an hour in line waiting to do so. The kids saw the nearby carousel, which was empty, so we decided to ride that instead.




Then we went in to see another showing of Mickey’s Philharmagic. It was great again! By the time the show got out things were looking much better at Dumbo.

While we were waiting for Dumbo we realized that Ariel was in her Grotto. We had been dissuaded from seeing her previously because the line was always unbearably long, but not this morning. So I left Brian in line with the boys and Carissa and I zipped over to meet Ariel. She was beautiful, as always, and Carissa enjoyed meeting her.


We got back in line for Dumbo, much to Brian’s relief. He really didn’t want to ride that with the boys! Well, no worries there as the line was moving so slowly. We waited … and waited … and waited. Finally it was our turn. Carissa and I rode in a (surprise!) pink Dumbo and the boys rode in a blue one. We did the obligatory up and down routine and Carissa valiantly attemped to keep Brian from getting any pictures of her on the ride. She would go all the way to the top and sit there. I would distract her and move us down, but as soon as I moved my hand off the control she would do it again.




We said goodbye to Fantasyland and made our way to Toontown for more character greeting. We had seen Mickey but only at Animal Kingdom, where he was decked out in safari gear. We took a quick trip over to his house and finally got the chance to meet him in his traditional attire. Snap, snap, snap and the pictures were over.


We tried to go to Minnie’s house next but the lines were really long to meet her so we just let Carissa explore for a few minutes

before take a quiet, almost deserted back path to Tomorrowland.

You can’t leave the Magic Kingdom without having ridden Space Moutain, so we did just that. Then we shot on the Buzz Lightyear ride where Brian, once again, kicked our butts. I think it’s just unfair advantage, him being a trained professional and all. LOL

Next was Monsters Inc. laugh floor. It was funny and entertaining but no one from our group got picked to be on the big screen.

We headed back to Space Mountain for one more ride using the Fastpasses that we had, but it was closed for the moment so we opted to stop at Cosmic Rays for lunch. This was probably the best counter service meal we’ve eaten thus far. It was nice that they had so many selections to choose from and we all got to eat something we wanted.

We were ready to leave Tomorrowland but decided to stop one more time to see if Space Mountain had opened. It had so we rode it one more time before heading to the other side of the Magic Kingdom.

Next up was Adventureland, where the kids got to visit the Swiss Family treehouse. We didn’t go up with them but relaxed near the exit while they explored to their hearts content.

We grabbed fastpasses for the Jungle Cruise before heading over to ride the riverboat around Tom Sawyer Island. It was a nice relaxing ride but we were ready for something more so we found Big Thunder Mountain RR. Since MIL is in a wheelchair we were able to get on with very little wait. We got to ride twice in a row, as we had to wait until our car ended up on the same side of the ride as we got off on. Bonus! Of course, the kids did the obligatory hands-in-the-air riding that has become routine since we came to Disneyworld.


Next up, it was FINALLY time to explore Tom Sawyer Island. For some reason, we just really haven't made it to the island on either of our last trips. Chase had been reading up on it and was anxious to go explore so we took a raft over and spent an hour just playing around and enjoying the scenery and the serenity.


We had wanted to go to Haunted Mansion one more time, but the lines were huge and we just didn’t think it was worth it to wait all that time. And the parade was on it’s way so we knew we would be stuck in the area if we didn’t get somewhere else rather quickly. So we crossed back over to Adventureland for a ride on Pirates and to use our Fastpass for Jungle Cruise. When we arrived at Jungle Cruise we found out that we didn’t need our Fastpasses since we had to ride in a special boat with MIL, so I took our 7 fastpasses and handed them out to two families in the LONG line for the Jungle Cruise. It was sort of nice to share the joy with others who were thankful for what we couldn’t use.

By now the day was getting late and we decided to try to find a place to eat dinner. We decided to try The Plaza restaurant. After a short wait we were seated and ready to eat dinner. This was a great meal. It was relaxing to sit down and eat for a change and the food was very good.

Upon leaving The Plaza about 6:15pm, we realized that the parade route was already packed with people. There wasn’t a speck of curbside space available, even though the parade was still 45min away. We looked and looked and finally noticed a place restricted for handicap guests and their parties. So Mom took us in there and we were able to get a nice, albeit somewhat uncomfortable (on the cement!), view of the Spectromagic parade.

While we were waiting for the parade to start the kids decided to buy some light-up baubles for themselves. Carissa bought a conservatively priced light necklace and Chase bought a swirling Mickey ears light up. Tristan had been eyeing the Stitch light up toy since we arrived and he finally got one for his own. Boy, did he love that!

The parade started right on time and it wasn’t long before it made it’s way to where we sat on the Tomorrowland side of the hub. I can’t remember seeing this parade any of the last few times we were here, so it was new for us all. I must say that I really liked it. The music was good, the lights and floats were good and the characters were great. It was wonderful!



As soon as the parade stopped we moved for a bit better view of Cinderella Castle. From here we could clearly see the sky above the castle. We were all set for “Wishes” fireworks. This time Carissa sat on Brian’s shoulders. He talked with her about wishes and told her that if she wished very hard she just might be able to see a fairy. Lo and behold, a few minutes later tinkerbell flew by. Carissa raised her arms up and tried to reach for her. So cute!!! I stood with my arms over the boys shoulders, just enjoying the moment with them. It was such a wonderful show, as always. So magical, so happy, such a reminder of how special and wonderful this time with our kids.




Wishes left us with that warm, fuzzy feeling we always get at Disney and we weren't really in a hurry to leave. Besides, we didn't want to contend with the hoardes headed out of the park so we took our time. We had some photos taken with the illuminated castle


and then slowly meandered down main street, stopping at the bakery for chocolate croissants (YUMMMMMM) and cinnamon rolls for breakfast tomorrow morning. We browsed a bit and enjoyed the beautiful lights

on our way home from this wonderful, magical day.

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Great report so far, fellow Oregonian! (I grew up in Portland) Your kids are adorable!

I have a question - did you say Expedition Everest has a part that the ride goes upside down? I must have misread that because we went on it on our last day (Feb 3) and I remember it going backwards but not upside down. If I misread that, I apologize~

I also learned something new from your report - I didn't know Disneyland had Tower of Terror. That is awesome! What part in Disneyland is it located?

On another note, I did like the Haunted Mansion in DL a little better than WDW.

Sounds like you had a great time - did the parents go on any rides?
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Great report so far, fellow Oregonian! (I grew up in Portland) Your kids are adorable!

I have a question - did you say Expedition Everest has a part that the ride goes upside down? I must have misread that because we went on it on our last day (Feb 3) and I remember it going backwards but not upside down. If I misread that, I apologize~

I also learned something new from your report - I didn't know Disneyland had Tower of Terror. That is awesome! What part in Disneyland is it located?

On another note, I did like the Haunted Mansion in DL a little better than WDW.

Sounds like you had a great time - did the parents go on any rides?
You know, I went back and read what I wrote and I did say it went upside down. I don't remember it going upside down so I must have mistakingly typed that in the late-night stupor of writing these trip reports while at Disney.

Disneyland's Tower of Terror is in California Adventure park. With the exception of the moving cars, the rides are very similar. However it seemed that California Adventures version seemed higher to me. It could be that my recollection of the ride 2 years ago is a little off, but most of our party felt that way.

Yes, the grandparents went on all the rides - all of them except the spinning rides like Dumbo, the carousel, Aladin's Carpets, Triceratops spin, etc. Those *I* was the only adult riding, but they really enjoyed everything else. They even accompanied us on our 6 rides on RnR!
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You know, I went back and read what I wrote and I did say it went upside down. I don't remember it going upside down so I must have mistakingly typed that in the late-night stupor of writing these trip reports while at Disney.
So it doesn't go upside down? Good because your earlier report had me rethinking my decision to ride it.
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No, it's doesn't go upside down! My mistake. It just goes backwards. You definitely should give EE a shot. It was great! And like I said, the backwards is in the dark which helped me a lot.
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HUGE Kudos to you!! This is the best trip report I think I've ever read and I loved your pics. Reading about all the great things you all did, has me super psyched for our trip....which begins in 19 days!!

Your pics were so clear and beautiful....what kind of camera do you use? I hope our vacation will be as magical as yours was. Thanks for sharing it all with us!
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I'm enjoying your report very much! Your kids are adorable and your MK day sounds lovely!

Wonderful pictures! I love the one of the kids on the barrel bridge at TSI!

Looking forward to more...

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HUGE Kudos to you!! This is the best trip report I think I've ever read and I loved your pics. Reading about all the great things you all did, has me super psyched for our trip....which begins in 19 days!!

Your pics were so clear and beautiful....what kind of camera do you use? I hope our vacation will be as magical as yours was. Thanks for sharing it all with us!

Oh, thank you so much! Sometimes you wonder who's really reading and if they are even interested in what you're saying.

My camera is a Sony DSC-H5. I like it because it has a 12x optical zoom. The zoom makes all the difference in getting some of the shots. I'm still learning the ins and outs of it, but my pictures from this trip to Disneyworld are sooooo much better than our last trip to Disneyland, mostly because of the new camera.
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Hi. I'm subbing so I can go back and read ~ your TR looks great!

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I'm joining in! Great trip report thus far and what a lovely family you have.

Thanks for sharing with us!

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Sounds like you had a great day at MK. Isn't it nice when you don't have to rush out, with the crowds, after Wishes? You castle/fireworks pix are wonderful!
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