Photos from my trail trekking day at Deep River historical park, in Hobart.
Day 7: Technically, the last day.
Started the day at the brand new Be Our Guest restaurant, which was Beauty & The Beast themed. The interior is spectacular. Spent the rest of the afternoon at Magic Kingdom finishing up the odds and ends. Then later, we finally made it to Disney Quest! There was the futuristic bumper car battle game where you had to gather up these balls in your enclosed bumper car, and then you’d load them into a cannon and fire them at the other players. The instructions we were given weren’t really clear, so I spent most of my time spinning around uncontrollably. The arcade had loads of retro games (including Burgertime!) in addition to some newer games. I didn’t get nearly enough time to try them all, but the 4-player Pac-Man Battle Royale game was awesome. The end of the night saw us rushing to Epcot to make a dinner reservation (a frustrating theme with the pre-paid Dining Plan), only to just miss it. Wound up getting a felafel from the hotel, and surprisingly, it was really good.
I don’t have much to include for the actual final day with the early flight and all, so this concludes my 2013 trip to Disney World.
Day 6: one last run through Epcot. I desperately wanted to visit some of the countries we usually just pass, so I took a trip on my own to China and Norway. China’s store was full of so many beautiful decorative items. Norway’s presence was small, but they had a boat ride and a museum of Nordic Viking lore that was interesting. Exhaustion from the heat and constant walking eventually did me in, but not before I tried La Hacienda. I tried the shrimp tacos, and man…they were something spectacular! The ambiance of being there early in the morning with few people made it a very pleasant dining experience, as well. Had a great day, but night fell and Disney Quest was closed Downtown. That would have to wait until our final actual day…
Day 5 of my 2013 trip to Disney was an eventful one. My knee stopped throbbing in crippling pain, and the day was full of good eats and photos. I ate Moroccan food over at Tangerine Cafe, and it was delish! Later in the night, we went to Ohana to experience their ‘family’ meal styling of menuless meats. It’s now going to be a regular visit for us. I am seen here posing with a Battletoad at Ohana’s. Went back to Magic Kingdom to take on Dumbo and a few other attractions missed the previous night. Busy day, but a good one.
I’m back now, but I will resume a few more daily updates of my 2013 trip to Disney World.
Day 4 saw a return to Animal Kingdom to ride the rides (Kilimanjaro Safari, Expedition Everest, others) and take on another safari ride. Later in the night we swung to Downtown to get some Earl of Sandwich and then hit Magic Kingdom for the first time on the trip. It rained and my knee totally gave out, making for a really awful night. But the Animal Kingdom portion was quite awesome.
Day three - Animal Kingdom visit and Epcot @ night. We were among the last to leave the park, It was like a ghost town - kinda creepy. The safari ride wasn’t as good as it usually is. We’re going to try and ride it one more time in hopes for a warmer day.
Day 2 of Disney 2013. I met Wreck It Ralph and Penelope, ate a delicious crab tostada, and then I found Zero/Mega Man/Vile in Japan!
First day in Disney! All we did was eat due to numerous flight delays.
Why won’t Lay’s put my opinion up on their Facebook?!