Get up. Refill the mugs and jump on the bus to head to Epcot. This was the only bus we got on all week that went through POR. It was still a pretty quick trip and we were there. Park was not too bad crowd wise. We hit Soaring for a Fastpass first, then on to ride Test Track, (a favorite of ours) and Mission Space Orange. This was the first, and according to her, last time that DW had been on Orange.
Back to Soarin to use our fastpasses and then we spent time just walking around snapping pics and trading pins. Then lunch at Sommerfest (Love their brats and cheesecake) and a walk over to Boardwalk before heading to MK.
DS had already spotted the Tron monorail online and was determined that we needed to ride it. I promised we would at some point but I did not want to wait for it so we didn’t. His quest to ride that monorail would continue for a while.
We arrived at MK and got fastpasses for Space Mountain and then got in the standby line which was 20 minutes at that point. The parks were not near as busy as the online prognosticators were saying until Friday. It was pretty nice. Even when they seemed to be a bit fuller it seemed a lot of people were sitting around and not really riding much. Supper at Cosmic Ray’s and then the kids went off on their own and we took it easy. Heading for Small World, Haunted Mansion, Thunder Mountain Railroad, and Pirates. All were basically walk-on’s and the lines just got better as the night went on.
After picking up a couple of shakes we sat down and caught the electrical parade. It was nice to see this old favorite again. Then we caught Pooh, Peter Pan, and Snow White. All the rides DS insists he is too old for and met the kids back at the bus stop about 1/2 hour before park close. Between the two rushes on the buses that night. Arrived back to our room to find a new roommate reading Garfield. :laugh:
More tomorrow if time permits.