Sunday, December 14, 2014

Disney Day #2

After a two hour dress rehearsal Friday morning, my parents and I headed to Epcot and Hollywood Studios. Just a tip if you ever go to Disney: don't ride the buses. They take FOREVER. I don't know how long we waited every time we wanted to go somewhere. There is nothing wrong with the buses themselves; they are clean and everything, but the just take forever to reach the stops. And apparently if you stay in a Disney resort, you don't have to pay for parking! (We didn't know this till the last day *sigh*)

When we finally got to Epcot, we were starving. The bus had taken so long, it was well into the afternoon. Determined to eat good food, we headed for a Chinese restaurant. Not good. Most food at Disney is quite good, but this was tasteless and just plain gross. 
At Epcot, we rode a few rides but nothing really struck me as amazing. My personal favorite part was the Nemo ride. 

After Epcot, we headed to Hollywood Studios for the Osborne Christmas Light Show. Before dark, we used our fast passes to one of my favorite parts of the trip: Frozen Sing Along. I love Frozen so much, and although I was one of the only people over the age of 12 in the room, I sang my heart out. I mean who doesn't want to sing "Do You Wanna Build a Snowman" with Elsa and Anna? Speaking of "Do You Wanna Build a Snowman," I actually got to build one!!! There is an area in Wandering Oaken's Trading Post with snow, and trust me it is worth it. 

It may be small, but that's what you get when you live in Florida!

When it finally got dark, the Osborne Light show began. It was truly incredible. Millions of lights lined the streets, covering buildings from top to bottom. The lights danced to famous Christmas tunes, and really got me in the Spirit of Christmas. People around me (and myself) just stood in amazement. Literally every inch was covering in glimmering light.

"I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life." 
John 8:12

Been to the Osborne show before? 

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