We ran and got into the test track line first thing!
Kids with Nena and Papa in front of Spaceship Earth. I got on pic of some us on Spaceship Earth.
At the end of going through the past of civilization, they ask you a lot of questions and try to figure out what your future could look like as far as housing, transportation, food and that sort of thing. Here's one of the pics from my "future."
After Spaceship Earth, we moved on to the World Showcase...
Then, finally, what the girls had been waiting for, Morocco! Iris kept calling it Agraba :)
The kids all enjoyed the shopping in Morocco more than the other countries. The girls loved the clothes and jewelry while Clyde enjoyed the musical instruments.
Then, thanks to an awesome Daddy, the girls were first in line to meet Jasmine and Aladdin! This was on our "must do" list.
Uncle David surprised the girls with some trading pins and Clyde a wooden sculpture from Africa.
We all got quite hungry, so we went to the Restaurant Marrakesh, a hidden gem tucked away in the back of Morocco.
They had the BEST most yummy food!!! And belly dancing with Moroccan music. The dancer invited the girls up, but once Iris figured out what kind of dancing they were doing, she ran back to the table. Lucy had already refused ;)
This was definitely my FAVORITE restaurant experience!
We went to Japan where Ai helped the girls try on kimonos.
Clyde bought Japanese candy, and Iris bought a fan similar to the one Lucy bought back in 2009 with her name painted on it in Japanese.
And though there is no official show, ride, or store for South Korea, I found a food stand and was VERY excited! So I bought Bulgogi Short Ribs!!
Once we got to Norway, we visited the bakery, shopped, and Papa met friends of friends and family among the Norwegian ladies in Norway.
Here's a picture of the Norway troll then (2009) and now (2015).
You'll notice Iris's worried face. Sometimes I lean a bit far on vehicles to get a good pic ;)
After we rounded the World Showcase, we rode Soarin with our fast passes. It was Lucy's first time, she was very brave!! We all loved it and wished we could do it again...but alas, the line was CRAZY long!
Soarin lifts you up 40 feet into a curved movie screen with invisible fans blowing, making you feel like your on a hang glider. As you fly over pine forests, it smells like pine, when you fly over an orchard, it smells of oranges.
At the end of Journey Into the Imagination...
leaving for the night...
for our last Disney day, we went back to Epcot for a half day. We girls at in China, while the boys rode Test Track and grabbed a to go snack.
Later we "big girls" ate more scrumptious cinnamon rolls and school bread at Norway, because YUUUUMMMMMM!!
While we were doing that, Stephen took the kids to Mexico and Germany for a couple of Agent P adventures. You're given a cellphone that gives you detective tasks to complete. Then cool things happen to various things around that "country" when you succeed.
On our way out, this Frenchman cut silhouettes out of each child by just eyeballing them!!
And that, my friends, is the end of my Disney posts!! We had the most FABULOUS time!!!