Saturday, December 3, 2011

Day 3 - Hollywood Studios



On Wednesday, we went to Hollywood Studios. I knew to go to the Toy Story ride first to get fast passes and I did except we didn't make it into the studios until 10am and the fast passes were already out for the day! We didn't let it dampen our spirits.


At the front of the park. I promise they were excited.

After the Star Wars ride with BecBec and PopPop. Collins and I stayed out to go get fast passes for the adults for Aerosmith's Rock'n Roller Coaster. That has got to be the best roller coaster EVER! I warned Dad to take his hat off but didn't think to tell him to hold on to his eye glasses. Lucky for him, he's still got quick reflexes and managed to snag them before they were lost forever. Mom screamed through all of the loops, twists, and turns. I got to ride it twice and it was awesome!

The car stunt show was most definitely a favorite. Well, except for the explosion at the end. Collins was not a fan of that. Banks was shocked that the REAL Lightning McQueen was there along with Finn McMissile. Cars2 is absolutely on his wish list from Santa.

Before the cars stunt show.

Watching the motorcycle make the jump.

Afterwards, we headed to the Honey, I Shrunk The Kids playground. Unfortunately, every one else in the park had the same idea. It was very crowded and we didn't stay for long.

Collins liked crawling on the back of the ant. Really, Collins was happy all of the time. He was happy in his stroller, he was happy sipping my smoothie, he was happy waiting in line. He was a fantastic baby the entire trip. Well, all for except maybe the last hour in the car on the trip back home. He was fed up by then.

Showing off the mouse ears.

Snack Break.

Salute with the Green Army Man from Toy Story

Well, since the fast passes were all out for the entire day we were left with no other options but to either skip the ride or wait in line. We decided to wait in line for TWO hours. What were we thinking? The boys did pretty well with the wait and finally it was our turn.

Hughes pulling the "ball popper".

Banks playing the game, too.
I can't say the experience/ride was worth a two hour wait.

Tomorrow: Thanksgiving Day and PuttPutt

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