After a long day at the Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom, our next day was spent at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. We returned to Magic Kingdom for one last day of Magic on our last day at Disney World.
Looks like the Garden Festival at Epcot made it’s influence at the Magic Kingdom as well.
Big Thunder Railroad
Our second day at Magic Kingdom was very targeted. Armed with a fresh day’s supply of FastPasses, our first stop was Big Thunder Railroad.
I’ve always been a chicken-heart and never a fan of roller coasters because they make me puke. But the Big Thunder Railroad looks tame enough, so here we go…
At the highest point of the Big Thunder Railroad. Well, if I can whip out my camera to take a picture, it means that this ride isn’t very intense, isn’t it?
Passing through the gold mines on our run-away train – one thing I’ve loved about the Big Thunder Railroad is its very real surroundings.
Conquered the railroad, so now its our turn to watch others scream.
Next FastPass was for Splash Mountain – just next to Big Thunder Railroad.
Remember to get the poncho ready for the Big Splash. This attraction though fun, is nothing compared to the one at Universal’s Islands of Adventure.
A final look at the Parade.
The gorgeous Mary Poppins. Had no idea who she really is, but I liked her dress…hah.
Saying our final goodbye to the Magic Kingdom and Disney World.
Passed by this harbour for guests staying at the more up-market Disney Resorts – they have personalised services to arrive at Disney World by boat. If we strike it rich in a few years, we will come back to Disney World and stay in one of those resorts.
We took the complimentary shuttle back to Pop Century Resort to collect our luggage. Tommy had already pre-booked a taxi to bring us to Hyatt Place, which would be our home for the second part of our vacation at Orlando.