So, I'm going to be on here, and just brag about how fun Disney World was, because it was about as fun as you think. I went to all of the parks there, includng Animal Kingdom, Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios and Epcot Center. Epcot. I think my favorite was Epcot, because of the World Showcase, They had a section of land dedicated to some of the countries around the world. Tjhe countries represented were Japan, Canada, Morocco, Mexico, France, Italy, Germany,Great Britain, USA, China, and Norway. My family and I ate at the Ilalian resaurant, which would have been very expensive. Good thing we had the meal plan which made the whole thing FREE. And I got tortelli. Then we went to Norway, where I got a very big Apple and chicken sandwich.I also got some nasty flavored chips from Japan, just because I could. Also at Epcot was Spaceship Earth, and Mission Space, which were both pretty fun. there was also other things , like "Honey, I Shrunk The Audience" which looked like it was made in the 80's, and looked exactly how i remembered it from when I went there in 1994.
Animal Kingdom was fun, I have some pictures of caribou, elephants, gorillas, hippos, tigers, giraffes. I want to see a bear one day. Don't you?... The only ride worth mentioning besides the safari ride, at Animal Kingdom, was Dinosar, where they "take you back in time" and dinosaurs come at you really loudly and it is pretty scary...i guess. Animal Kingdom is fun, and its true that the animals there lik to see you. I had a rabbit come and get real close to me, and some ducks. The affection section is kind of whatever, because I got to pet a goat and some cows, which i guess doesn't impress me because I used to see them all the time.
Hollywood Studios had the coolest rides. The Rock N' Rollercoaster was a very fast paced rollercoaster that featured Aerosmith in the background, and lots of upside down and flips and stuff, but only lasted a few minutes. The Tower of Terror was this tower that slowly take you up 13 stories, and then drops you really fast, and repeats that, like four times.
I bought my mom a coffee mug, and this display thing with Mickey Mouse on it.
i did a lot of being lazy, and a lot more of being lazier. By the poolside, Tanning, and drinking free srawberry daquaris, and hanging out with my family, which I really don't do enough of, in real life. They all kind of annoyed me at times, but isn't that what they're supposed to do? My mom did not annoy me that much, or really get under my skin, Although, there were times when we were all not doing much, when we could have been out galavanting. But whatever. I went to magic Kingdom by myself because my mom was convinced that it was a kiddy park, and would not be fun for us. She was mostly right, but going there got me some good pictures of all the Disney characters. Also there were some pretty historic Disney artifacts there.
oh, that reminds me, at Downtown Disney, theres a Planet Hollywood, where they sell autographed pictures of famous people. Along with famous things that were used by people, like John Lennons guitar and stuff like that. I asked the clerk what the most valuable thing there was. he quickly pointed to this picture of Abraham Lincoln that had been signed by the man himself. I wonder how anyone could know the authenticity of something like that.. How could anyone possibly know that abraham Lincoln actually signed that paper some 200 years ago or whatever. But then again, I bet anyone that would actually spend 100,000 dollars on it, would probably ask the same thing before he or she bought it.
All in all, it was a very enjoyable getaway. Lots of good weather, sights, and tastes, and enough walking to burn off the calories from eating all the great food. I also think I enjoy the company of my family more than I did beforehand. I might be forgetting some details but the basic idea is that I did have a great time and it was better than i remembered it. Right now I am at work again, and....