Thursday we went to Hollywood Studios.
The weather was amazing, overall, the whole time we were at Disney World. I know it doesn’t always work out that way, so we were very thankful.
Lolli, Aunt Sara and I took our 7 oldest kids on the Tower of Terror. One of our oldest was terrified and hated it. Our youngest who rode, Mercy, absolutely loved it and laughed through the whole thing.
The Rockin’ Roller Coaster is one of my favorites. It does typically have a long line of over an hour wait, so we were really glad we chose fast passes ahead of time for it. All of us adults took turns riding with Manning, Rhythm, Tapestry, Cherish and Liberty. We all loved it!
Toy Story Land is super cute. We spent a good bit of time in that area.
River was so excited she was tall enough to ride the Alien Swirling Saucers. It was fun for all ages.
The Slinky Dog Dash roller coaster was a blast. All our kids except River and Bravely were able to ride it.
We had dinner at Woody’s Lunch Box. The sandwiches were great and were less expensive than most places at Disney World. There was plenty of outdoor seating. We were happy with our choice.
We walked over to the Star Wars area too late to ride any rides, but it was really cool just to see.
If we would have had time, we would’ve ridden the Millennium Falcon. It sounded like a lot of fun.
We had both a thrilling and laid back day at Hollywood Studios, and we really enjoyed it!
Friday morning, we headed back to the Magic Kingdom, ready to soak up all the magical moments possible on our last day of Disney.
We spent most of the day riding rides we had not experienced yet. We just had to take Bravely on another carousel ride, though. She learned to say, “I ride!” during our time at Disney, and she was happy to belt that phrase out when she wanted to ride a specific ride.
A ride we had not ridden on Tuesday that we enjoyed Friday was the Astro Orbiter.
Others we really liked were Peter Pan’s Flight and Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin.
(Is anyone surprised they caught me taking photos of our kids? Ha!)
Our guide on the Jungle Cruise was hilarious, which made the boat ride very entertaining. I read afterward that most of the guides’ humor is scripted. I was surprised. Our guide was really good!
We were exhausted that last day. We took the kids shopping and let them spend the rest of their Disney money, we rode The Barnstormer one last time, and then we started making our way out of the park earlier than we had the evenings before.
Lolli and Aunt Sara were the perfect laid back, caring and fun adults to have with us. We were all sad to say goodbye, but so happy for the fun memories we made!
I don’t think we could have possibly had any more fun at Disney World! ✨