Magic Kingdom is for adults brave enough to follow their imagination. Our day was packed with Avatar,Flight of Passage ,absolutely the best attraction I have seen. The animation, the visuals ,the build up ,were enough for
me to wish that I could ride on it again. We had passes, but there was a 120 minute wait if you didn’t have the pass. I can’t say that I kept my eyes opened the whole time, but I
peaked and when I was comfortable, I looked... wide eyed. I still insist that Disney is for adults. An interesting observation is that kids don’t cry at Disney. They are as tired as we adults are and there are certainly enough young children there for
me to make a scientific study, but the kids don’t cry. Besides Avator, Flight of Passage,we did Na’vi River Journey and my special love, the Kali River Rapids. I think that I like this ride
because we get wet from the rapids.. but not too wet.Because we were tired, we saw The Lion King again. It is always a crowd pleaser and the theatre is air conditioned. Night time is fantasy time. The lighting is magical. The landscaping is completely natural..
and then these weird plants are intermingled with them , and at night ,colored lights just pop up. It’s like have Chahully design your garden. What child would appreciate this? That is why Disney
is for adults.
Now about The Noodle. He is semi responsive. I will make that terrible decision when I get home. in the meantime he is with his best friend and she is giving him love and attention while I am gone these
four days. He couldn’t have picked a worse time .