Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Adams Family Visits for the Holidays: Disney World's Hollywood Studios (December 2015)

Our next day was spent at Disney's Hollywood Studios.
Once again we arrived at park opening and I scheduled out our Fast Passes with meticulous planning.  Everything went very smoothly and we ended up having a blast.

A couple quick family pictures at the entrance to the park.
Doesn't Gel's belly look super adorable!  I still can't believe she did all the parks at 8 months pregnant.  She's a rockstar!

We hit Star Tours first and rode it a couple times before heading over to the Star Wars launch bay.  This little boy is definitely obsessed!  He got so excited seeing the Storm troopers again and couldn't believe his eyes when he noticed the flame trooper as well.
Completely losing his mind over Darth Vador's helmet and all the other costumes located in the launch bay.  He also thought the Jawas were pretty funny.

Showing off some serious light saber skills!

Dallas was pretty proud of the amount of Star Wars knowledge this little boy holds.  He could tell you all the characters just from their costumes and even their light sabers.

Meeting Chewbacca!
You can see on this little boys face that he was pretty excited.

We were very surprised by how short all the lines were!  We didn't have to wait for a single character and we were able to see several!

Meeting Lightening McQueen, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Mike and Sully

Meeting Santa Goofy was the highlight for him.  At one point Goofy broke out into some killer dance moves and then Dax dropped on the ground and showed Goofy the worm 😂
It was probably one of the funniest things ever!
The group of people behind us broke out clapping for Dax as he was dancing.  It's moments like those I hope we never forget!

We had a couple Fast Passes for Rockin' Rollercoaster and then a couple rider swaps, so we all had a blast riding my favorite ride at Disney World.  While people were taking turns on the ride, we hung out at Mickey's Dance club right around the corner.
Mickey's Dance club was super fun!
There were virtual painting activities for kids to do along the sides of the club, charging stations and comfy furniture for adults, and then a large dance floor for anyone who wanted to dance.  The great part is that there were 3-4 characters out on the dance floor or in the courtyard for kids to interact with.  It was such a fun experience, I wish they would have kept it around at Hollywood Studios.

We also rode several other rides including Toy Story Mania and Tower of Terror.  Before this trip Stuart had never been on any kind of rollercoaster, so it was pretty funny to see his reaction to all the different rides.  His face below while riding Tower of Terror is pretty priceless!

It was such a great day and we all had a blast!
As we were leaving the park I snapped one more picture of my two loves.  What a blessing they are to me.

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