Continuing with Disney (and please forgive me..I remember the names of most of the rides, but not what parks they were in!) The Tower of Terror. I SO loved this ride. It was based on the Twilight Zone (one of my faaavorite tv shows) and the inside of the ride itself was set up like a beautiful hotel from the early 1900's. (Of course, I noticed the vintage purses and gloves used for decorations..the menfolk seemed to find that amusing..) There was a whole story about it (in twilight zone-film style), how a bunch of people got on an elevator and it was struck by lightening and now their ghosts inhabit it. It was terrifying and totally believable.
|Sort of difficult to get pictures of the rides themselves, but this is the ride entrance..|
|Very "Rosie the Riveter" ;-)|
|The characters behind this "door" kept changing as if they were walking around on the ship.|
|Scary Ghost faces|
|Nonchalant "Tweens" hanging out by a tombstone|
|I loved this guys face :)|
|All these things were interactive! You could "play" this organ by touching it while you were waiting in line for the ride.|
In Epcot Center, I got to eat in "France", tartines and cream puffs..mmmmmm...
|The infamous "Man" and my wee one on the ferry ride|
|Posing with Mickey and Walt|
|My best Snow White impression ;)|
Hugs and Smooches, D