Heads up! This is going to be an extremely heavy picture blog post. Sorry about that!
John and I recently took my sister and her husband down to Orlando with us. This was actually my sister’s first time to Florida so we planned out a crazy week for her…featuring lots and lots of theme parks.
I will let the pics speak for themselves.
First day in Orlando at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
We really lucked out because the week that we went was the beginning of a Star Wars week. This delighted my sister and Christian since, as you can see from their shirts, they are quite the Star Wars fans.
Christian is gay for Mark Hamill.
I’m more of a Star Trek fan myself.
They had to push a bunch of kids out of the way to get a turn on this thing.
Why does nothing ever work on this ship?
Allie’s new boyfriend.
I don’t know who that guy in the back is….but I like him!
Gaston puts the smack down on some random guy.
John actually let us take a picture of him.
My sister’s first time at the Magic Kingdom. (And possibly last…as I had suspected, she was not a huge fan of it.)
Ahhh…yes…it wouldn’t be the Magic Kingdom unless I get stuck on a ride for hours. Last time it was Splash Mountain…this time we got stuck on Space Mountain.
Taking a break from walking.
That kid in the corner looks as though he thought Christian might actually have had a chance at doing it. Boy, was he disappointed!
Yay! Back at Universal! (Allie’s first time at the WWoHP)
Don’t tell Richards we took his car out for a spin!
I don’t normally brag…but I am AWESOME at the MIB ride/game.
Hogsmeade! Time for Butterbeer!
I really love Butterbeer.
Christian is a light-weight.
I also love Pumpkin Juice.
Here I am again..another Butterbeer in hand. I think that if I was part of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, I’d probably have to play the town lush.
So that is our last trip down to Orlando until the end of summer. (It is just too hot and too crowded in July and August.)
However, we shall be going back again in September…possibly twice in September! It is going to be hard to lay off the butterbeer for that long though.