I attempted to take a few Soarin' photos (they say no flash photography!)... Soarin' by vshingl, on Flickr My favorite... Soarin' by vshingl, on Flickr Soarin' by vshingl, on Flickr Max's favorite scene is the orange grove because he loves the smell of oranges. Soarin' by vshingl, on Flickr Since Marcia didn't ride again, we let Jim use her FP to ride again since he loved it so much. In the meantime, we caught up with Max's mom (it was very confusing because her phone was dead, so Jim gave her his, and she said she was outside of the ride to the right... so we thought she was in The Land Pavilion, but outside of Soarin'.... nope, she was outside of The Land, exactly where we left her). She came inside, and then we debated on what to do for lunch. She was telling us that she saw a place where we could get lunch (sounded like Electric Umbrella), but I suggested that we just get lunch here. Then dinner came up, and I reminded them about the reservation I had made for Biergarten in Germany because Jim loves German food. However, Max was starting to get uncomfortable about that because he isn't a big fan of German food. I wasn't sure about Marcia, since she's a vegetarian, but she said she was willing to eat anywhere because she hasn't been to any of these places before. Max wanted reservations for someplace else, so I pulled out my handy dandy Mobile Magic App (love this thing) and searched for dinner reservations. Coral Reef popped up with availability, and before I could check for anything else, Max is hooked. "That looks AWESOME! Let's eat there." I told them it was kinda pricey, but they didn't mind. So I made a 5:00 reservation for Coral Reef. Finally, we got lunch at Sunshine Seasons. I got the kids' Mac & Cheese. As I was checking out, the lady behind me in line gripes, "I hate it when adults get kids' meals. It p*sses me off!" :huh: What exactly did I do to you? And why are you judging me? For all you know, I could be buying this meal for a child. And what does it matter if this is for me? It's what I want to eat... and look at me... it's all I can eat. I'm not being a cheapskate, I'm just buying what I want. If I wanted a big meal, I would buy that. But, as someone who would rather ignore strangers than start a debate, I just stayed quiet (this is just the beginning of the count of people who I not-so-secretly wish I would have told off). We had our meal, and Marcia was starting to freak out that we lost Jim and that she shouldn't have taken his cell phone. So Max went and waited by the Soarin' exit, and I guarded the table... we didn't lose Jim. He just hadn't come off of the ride, yet.