Long Day in Orlando

We were up and out the door early this morning. We headed to Animal Kingdom to try out the new Lion Guard hunt. You had to find 5 hidden statues around the park. Once you found them you take selfies with them.


We had a great time racing around he park hunting down the statues. They were really easy to find.



After we  got our photos we headed over to Rafiki’s Planet Watch. I was picked to sit next to Rafiki on the train ride. He kept tickling me and looking at me funny.


He kinda freaked me out!


We saw a surgery on a antelope and then headed to get our Lion Guard badges.


We took a pledge and earned the badges. IMG_5955IMG_5962

We thought taking photos of all the different Rafiki cutouts was fun. IMG_5952

We wrapped up and headed over to the Orlando Eye on I-Drive. I was scared to go on the giant ferris wheel. B tolerated me being a door very well.


We got through the line quickly and loaded up.

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There were these iPad type things that showed all the cool stuff you could see from the gondolas. That kept me distracted from noticing how high we were.

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I finally decided to look around.

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It was too much for me and I went back to playing with the interactive program.


Next we visited Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum. There were lots of things to do and see. I had a great time playing around.


Neil Armstrong was funny. Mommy missed the photo of me trying on his helmet.


I called up Trump and told him to get lost.


Walt and I had a brain storming session. It all started with a mouse.


Steve Jobs, who Mom later explain had passed away, was kind of boring. I had no idea who most of the people in the museum were. There were lots of singers.


I did know this guy was from Big Bang! 🙂


And I knew ET! I tried to bicycle him away.


Finally we visited the SeaLife Aquarium. They had a lot of kid friendly displays but there was not a lot of information on the fish.


I loved the touchtone. So much in fact, we visited twice. IMG_6088

Mom signed us up for a behind the scenes tour. Matthew, the tour guide, was great with his information and kept all the little kids interested, even if two of them kept screaming for no reason!


I liked the quarantine area. It didn’t smell because it was behind a glass door.


Checking out the tops of the huge tanks.

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The filtration system was HUGE.

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We left he building and wandered the grassy area out front.


I spotted ice cream and suggested we all go for a scoop. I ate all my ice cream!


We are all exhausted tonight. It was quite a long day. Dad had flown to DC super early so Mom is like a zombie tonight since she too was up since around 4am.

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