I woke up at 6:30 this morning because today I was going to DisneyWorld. We quickly packed our bags and hustled down to the car. As we loaded the car a smile crept onto my face where stayed until we departed later the second day.
In a less than two days we raced through the Magic Kingdom, Epcot and Downtown Disney; or should I say we maneuvered through large flocks of people. That’s right its Spring Break time and the parks were rocking. There ware families from all over the world — a variety of languages could be hear. Kids were celebrating the end of high school while on their senior class trip; teen and pre-teen female cheerleaders coming from up and down the east coast participates in a major competitions; and there were wedding parties and bachelorette parties galore.
By nightfall the parks were littered with very happy and exhausted kids accompanied by scores of crazed parents and/or chaperones. For those uninitiated to the Disney Parks suffice it say they maximize their live-action a cartoon franchises. I went through the Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean, Its a Small World, The Little Mermaid under the Sea, Space Mountain, The Monsters Inc Show and the StoryBook Circus all in the Magic Kingdom.
In the less crowded Epcot we toured all the countries, viewed the parkwide Spring Garden Show, ate dinner in Italy and watched a free concert by Pablo Cruise — some Rockasaurs from the 1970’s and 80’s. One just can’t avoid having fun.
These photos tell it better than I ever could:
I’m still smiling — there is absolutely nothing that can detract from a day or even two days spent at the “Happiest Place on Earth”.