Disneyworld- Here We Come! Part IV
The awesome view, the rides, the larger than life Disney characters, people laughing and having fun everywhere. Yes, Welcome to Disneyworld! First we started following the crowds that were going down the main street with shops galore. Then Mom got out her map and starting us on our route. By lunchtime, we had already seen more than imaginable. We had ridden the Liberty Square Riverboat, gone to the Swiss Family Treehouse, enjoyed the birds at the Enchanted Tiki Room, and countless of stops to listen to theatrical groups perform. Mom had thought of packing a lunch, but had decided against that. We had hot dogs, chips and a soda. Mom said the prices might be a bit high, but it was well worth it!
In the afternoon, the rain began to return, so we went inside a western style dance hall and listened to a group of singers dance and perform. It was really quite entertaining. Then it was time for more rides. Space Mountain was indeed worth it! Scary, and adventurous and well, mostly scary! My little brother couldn't go it and he pouted about that. So we switched directions and went to a kind of petty zoo afterwards, and to ride the Mad Tea Party (Dad's Teacups) to keep him happy. Valerie and I did not mind a bit. Mom steadily had her phone out taking pictures to post and to make copies for us.
Needless to say, by the end of the day, we were all exhausted and a little sun burned, too. Mom said we would stay the second night for the parade and fireworks. She said it was time to call it a day. We all moaned, but happily boarded the trolley back to our hotel. Once at the hotel, we settled for the buffet dinner. They let kids eat free at this hotel if you choose the buffet.
That night we all chatted about the rides and all of the attractions we saw. Mom didn't even have to tell us to go to bed. We bathed and took to the sheets! The morning was just around the corner.