Epcot (Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow) was opened in 1982.
Here you can discover the wonders of the technology in Future World and explore eleven great nations (Mexico, Norway, China, Germany, Italy, USA, Japan, Morocco, France, United Kingdom and Canada) in World Showcase.
Fondest memory: IllumiNations: lights, lasers, fireworks and music, every night on the World Showcase Lagoon is an unbelievable spectacular. I just can't get enough of it.
This Theme park is the heart and soul of the Disney empire, the first Disney outpost in Florida when it opened in 1971.
Journey through Main Street, Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, Fantasyland, Mickey's Toontown Fair and Tomorrowland with over 40 attractions and shows, where classic Disney tales and characters come to life.
This is the most attractive park for the smaller kids.
Favorite thing: This is the newest park of Walt Disney World. Here you can enjoy the wildlife. 5 lands are located around the tree of life, a wonderful, gorgeous tree in the middle of the park. Go and visit Camp Minnie-Mickey, Discovery Island, Africa, Rafiki's Planet Watch, Asia and Dinoland USA.
If you like to feed the dolphins, count the teeth of a shark, have a close encounter with a manatee or have a shamu get you wet than Seaworld Orlando is the place to go.
The park is centrally located near Walt Disney World and opens at 9.00 a.m. 365 days a year.
For more info, visit the website: www.seaworld.com
Favorite thing: The Saturday Nite Cruise... This event is currently in it's 11th year and still going strong! An average of 325 classic cars, hot rods, street rods, and antiques come to Old Town to cruise every Saturday. The cars roll in to Old Town beginning at 1:00pm, and the Saturday Nite Cruise starts at 8:30pm (and lasts at least 30 minutes). Live rock-n-roll (50's & 60's style) on the Main Stage begins at 7:00pm.
Favorite thing: France. A tiny coffee-shop served warm french croissants. Outside, a group of artists performing 'mime' theatre, a lot of french speaking people are talking and for some seconds, you could really think being actually in France for real...
TOM SAWYER ISLAND
A boat takes to an island where the adventure begins. It's a relax spot designed by Walt Disney himself (maybe one of the oldest adventures in the Kingdom!) full of lost caves and dirt trails to discover and a welcome change after a fearful ride on the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
1. DisneyWorld and Magical Kingdom
This is just so fantastic to be able to go around the World in half a day! Here are some of the *cities* & *countries* I visited:
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It has to be Disneyworld with Epcot Center and Animal Kindgom. The African safari was my first one and I enjoyed seeing the wild animals like a open zoo.
The following pic is from a ride that this man greets you to drop 13 stories..real scary.
Fondest memory: This ride had a briefing room with a 'twilight zone' clip shown before entering the elevator that drops you 13 stories.
Favorite thing: This is my Sons with a kid they met that has a trailer and lives yearround at Raccoon Lake. The kids loved it there. I don't think that older people there go for kids oh.
PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN Ride
They couldn't possibly be that dangerous - being all drunk all day long...
Favorite thing: Visit Disneyworld. It was a wonderful place for a family vacation. There is so much to do for the entire family. It was great being with and watching the kids, while they were young.