The Hollywood Studios was for the longest time the weakest park at Disney. The attractions were a bit dated, and therefore the least visited one. That will likely change with the additions of the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and Toy Story Land areas.
The girls loved the Disney Junior characters, including Sophia, Doc Mcstuffins and Jake.
Pluto was also a hit with everyone in the family, and BB8 was the cutest of them all. 🙂
The weather was really hot that day.
We can still enjoy some shows, too. Frozen’s, called For the First Time in Forever: a Frozen Sing-Along, where Diego and I laughed a lot at the presenters (they made several jokes) and the girls loved the songs from the movie and the snow at the end of the show. Still, breaking, we visited Olaf nearby and he really loves warm hugs hehe. Beauty and the Beast – Live on Stage was also cool, especially the beautiful voices of the main characters and all the choreography. We still took the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular show, which must have already about 150 years of performances (not the Indiana Jones, but rather the show), but it’s still worth it. The Voyage of the Little Mermaid, of course, because you couldn’t miss seeing Ariel under no circumstances and Muppet Vision 3D.
Diego also faced some attractions alone, such as the famous The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coster Starring Aerosmith. And Lourdes and I went to Star Tours: The Adventures Continue (which I don’t recommend to anyone who’s susceptible to getting nauseous…).
Well, that’s it for the Orlando posts. They’ll still have the videos on You Tube, the first one’s already there.