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January 14, 2008
July 5, 2005
From journal November Trip to Disney World
January 25, 2005
There are well over 10 interactive areas. To get there, the genie from Aladdin takes you on an adventure in his elevator to the first floor of fun. We usually go from there in another elevator to the top and work our way down. Although these are not all of them, these are the areas I would not miss. There will probably be lines, but they are not very long.
Pirates of the Caribbean – Battle for Buccaneer Gold. It is an interactive game where you put on a headpiece and one person drives while others in your group fire cannons at buccaneers and their ships to race for gold. We did this several times over. Every time, it turns out differently.
Buzz Lightyear’s Astroblasters is awesome. This is a ride where you get in two-person bumper car vehicles. It is easier with two, but you can ride single. While one person is driving, the other person takes the cannonballs that you drive over and load them into the blaster. Then you aim them at other cars. If you hit a target then the car goes spinning out of control.
These are only a few of the rides to go on. You can take a Jungle Cruise, build a roller coaster and ride it, and become an animator. All it takes is imagination.
Tip: In Alice’s Café, there are computers where you can check your personal home email for free.
From journal A Road Trip New Orleans to Walt Disney World
Swartz Creek, Michigan
August 19, 2004
From journal Orlando, Just the Girls
Montgomery City, Missouri
May 18, 2003
From journal DisneyWorld Tops the List
COTTAGEVILLE, South Carolina
January 27, 2003
From journal "Floridian again"
January 24, 2003
From journal Spread out in Flordia
Rosharon , Texas
November 30, 2001
From journal The Kid's Ultimate Vacation