The walking tour was painful. There was nothing worthwhile except it gave me a shot at finding my way back to the bus. This place is huge. The Leap of Faith was cool. The lines weren't too bad at this point. Within an hour the wait went up dramatically. I wasn't too sure if Matt would chicken out or not but I have to give the dude credit. After riding everything at Cedar Point there is very little that he won't try. He didn't even blink, wanted to go first and was all smiles at the end. The slide itself is fast and provides a lovely chlorine enema. However, you're going so fast and there is so much splash that you can't really see the sharks. I was looking, I think I saw a shadow but the sharks aren't really the point. I noticed there is quite a crowd watching the end of the slide. I think it's because of the occasional wardrobe malfunction that occurs on your way down. Yow! The lazy river thing is way scarier than the Leap of Faith. I was with Shawn trying to keep one hand on his tube when we got to the big wave section. A big wave came along and he went over. I reached to grab for him and I went over head first. When I first stood up he was still under so I went back down and picked him up off the bottom. He's a decent swimmer but these waves were intense right at that part of the river and it was tough to get your bearings after getting dumped. He was fine, I was a little rattled and many of the other people around us were concerned but no one from Atlantis even saw it happen as far as I know, or if they did they weren't concerned. There is definitely a huge difference in safety between here and home. I heard people saying that it was a lot better the day before but with four cruise ships in port it was a complete zoo. I'd be more willing to return if I somehow knew it would be quieter. With these crowds it just wasn't worth it. Oh yeah, those cold damp wash cloths were the highlight of the day. These alone were worth the extra price between Disney and those other lines. Ok, I take it back. Watching the runners from our veranda was the highlight of the day. On previous cruises I didn't have time or didn't think of it. Watching runners, and the fact that there WERE runners to watch made my day. I was out strolling the ship getting a beer for me and a DOTD for Sparky (today was the Sunken Treasure) The emergency door between the Club and the Lab on deck 5 closed and there was an alarm going off. There were a bunch of cast members in the area but nobody was talking. They all had their jobs and it was all business at this point. They never did tell us what happened. Finally, after thinking about it for far too long we took the plunge. Welcome Home... and all that. We've rented points in the past but I can't wait to stay at WDW on our own points. Our own little piece of the magic. We were late for dinner by the time we were done signing stuff. Grabbed the dudes quick from their clubs and headed to Animators to see Laura. I went with all her recommendations and she did not lead me astray. Pot Stickers, Conch Soup, Shrimp/Scallop Pasta. It was all excellent and the boys were much entertained that I took Laura's suggestions again. Ok, wait, I forgot... THIS was the highlight of the day..... After the main course Sant came by to scrape the crumbs and prepare for dessert. Matt said that the scraper thing was really cool and that he wanted one. Without hesitation Sant gave it to him. So we now own one slightly used DCL crumb scraper. I'm not sure what he's going to do with it but It totally made Matt's night and is a unique souvenir.