I'm taking my wonderful 82 year old dad to Epcot in March during the Flower and Garden festival. He has some mobility issues and cannot stand in place comfortably for more than a very short period of time. Walking for short distances is OK. We will be renting a scooter for him at the park. Is it possible for him to sit in his rented scooter for the O Canada and the Reflections of China short movies? And if yes, is it a decent viewing experience from a scooter? If the answer to either of these is no, we'll just skip these attractions. Also, the two ride attractions we were planning to do were Living with the Land and the Mexico Boat ride that I believe is called "Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three Caballeros". He can walk, climb steps, etc. Would he be able to wait in line in his scooter due to how uncomfortable it is for him to stand and transfer to these rides or are these only possible to do if he parks his scooter. I think we'll have to skip these attractions if he would need to stand in the line. Walking would be fine, but standing in one place is a problem for him. I believe that everything else we are doing will not be an issue (sit down stuff -- American Adventure, Impressions of France), sit in scooter for Voices of Liberty, visiting the gardens, and pavilions, eat the Sunshine Seasons - lunch, and Katsura Grill dinner. If you have any other recommendations or concerns for us let me know. He has a handicapped parking sticker, so should not have too bad a walk from the car to the scooter rental place. I appreciate any and all advice.