Friday, February 27, 2015

Day 4 Hollywood Studios

Blake started wheezing Friday night and of course I did not bring our nebulizer on our trip. I knew all he needed was one steroid treatment and he would be alright. I didn't want to take him to a doctor but finally decided it was the best thing to do. I found an urgent care and was one of the first in line Saturday morning.  He was much better after that treatment and after we were done we packed up our vans and headed to Hollywood Studios for the day. 
 Heather really wanted her kids to get pictures with Disney characters. When she was in college she did the Disney college program and was Winnie the Pooh in the Crystal Palace for a few months. 

Overall, Hollywood Studios was more fun than Epcot.  It had some more enjoyable shows like the Indiana Jones show, the Muppets 3D, and the Little Mermaid Show. We even did the Star Wars ride that morning.  It was pretty cool with some fun graphics.  We enjoyed the park quite a bit.
For lunch we went to Hollywood and Vine so that the kids could have lunch with the characters.  It was a buffet style of lunch and we let the kids eat whatever they wanted.  They loved being able to get up and go for seconds or thirds and dish up whatever they felt like.
 This is Sophia the 1st. A new Disney character. The characters come around to your table when you are eating so you don't have to get in a line.
 One of Blake's favorites is Jake from Jake and the Neverland Pirates.
 Doc McStuffins and a "real" doctor!
 Handy Manny.

After lunch we went on some more rides. We did Tower of Terror and Rock n' Roller Coaster.  Both were two of our favorites up to that point.  They were very entertaining. Blake was tall enough for Tower of Terror but hated it. He didn't cry, but we can still ask him if we wants to ride it and he'll tell you that he does not like it. Scared him a lot.

The line to see Tucker's favorite character, Sorcerer Mickey, was really long.  So we just took his picture from the side.  Tucker was content.

Some Toy Story soldiers were passing through the streets so Tucker decided to mimic one of them.

We waited a very long time at the end of the evening to meet Buzz Lightyear and Woody. 

 Buzz accidently knocked over Austin, big mistake, Heather had to come to the rescue. Austin was not happy and cried and cried.
 Cody, Dan, my Dad and Tucker waited outside.
 We finally got our picture and headed home for the night.

The evenings were so pretty with the sunsets.  Hollywood Studios looked cool as we took the train to the parking lot.