As soon as we got into the park, we headed straight to Cars Land. It was Awe-some!
The line for Radiator Springs Racers was already about an hour. There was so much to look at that it kept us busy.
Everything is so well done. I really hope this attraction comes to Disney World.
It’s like Test Track, but BETTER!
We spent some time in Bug’s Land.
After Bug’s Land, my son was itching for a “real ride,” so we quickly found The Tower of Terror.
The boys wanted to ride again, so the rest of us went in search of other things to do.
We found Sulley! This was my nephew’s first Character Meet & Greet. He did great! He loved Sulley and was fascinated with him.
My nephew just wanted to touch him and play with him. Sulley was super nice and gentle with him. It was so sweet.
After Sulley, we made our way over to Chip and Dale. I think the boys rode The Tower of Terror more than twice.
My nephew liked Chip and Dale as much as he did Sulley.
The boys finally caught up with us and we headed to Soarin’.
Outside of Soarin’ we found Minnie Mouse.
Awww…. Kisses for Minnie.
We did the Muppets…
And the Monsters Inc. ride. It was super cute! It’s another ride I wish they had at Disney World.
The Piece de Resistance was the Zoetrope. I could have stood there and watched that thing for a half an hour. It’s the closest thing you’ll ever see to toys actually coming to life. If you click on the picture it will take you to my video.
We met up with a few Streetmosphere Characters here and there.
I love all the bears!
We eventually found our way to the Pier. The kids did the Ferris Wheel… I definitely did not. The Ferris Wheel is one ride I have zero tolerance for. Especially one where the cars move.
We all did Toy Store Mania.
My score is on the left. I used to be a lot better. I’m getting rusty.
We rode California Screamin’. Some of us rode it twice. Once was enough for me.
We rode the Golden Zephyr…
Soon, it was time to find our spot for The World of Color.
Of course we had a light pole smack dab in the middle of our view. Next time, I’ll have to prepare better.
It was a nice show and a wonderful exclamation point to the day!