It's something we've learned to live with when we visit so we just plan accordingly and stay later at night.
Our first park of the trip was EPCOT.
As soon as we got there we headed straight to Spaceship Earth.
Next up was our first trip to Station Cool. We need to visit here at least 2-3 times a day when we are in the park so we figured we would get started right away.
After Jeff got his first infusion of Japanese Vegitabeta and I got a some Chinese Watermelon and Katherine confused everyone by drinking two cups of Beverly and enjoying it, we headed over to Mission Space.
We were in line for about 10 minutes when the ride broke down and they shoo-ed everyone out of the building.
We walked over to Test Track but the line was out the door so we got a some fastpasses to use later.
It was getting close to our first real meal of the trip so we hopped on the boat and rode across the lake to Japan for lunch at Teppan Edo.
This is the hallway that leads to the eating rooms:
Waiting for lunch!
We sat with another family who had never been here before.
The kids favorite is the onion volcano!
And of course after we were done we had to go shopping in Japan downstairs:
So many great things to choose from.
Shrimp chips anyone?
And everything they have on display:
Jeffrey always wants one of these but they are pretty pricey:
And Katherine always wants something from this display:
We were just in time to see the Taiko Drummers:
A view of Morocco as we are pulling away from the dock:
Unfortunately Test track broke down right before we got on.
I was hoping this was not going to be a running theme of the trip.
The kids got a few pictures of the waiting area and then we went inside so they could drive a car or two:
Katherine and Jeffrey cooled off in the misters.
(Have I mentioned it was hotter than Hades outside??)
We took a walk over to the Finding Nemo ride where there was absolutely no line and the ride did not break down before we got on! YAY!
Katherine got a picture of Jeffrey trying to look cool:
We went into the aquarium upstairs where the kids took about a thousand pictures... this is just a tiny fraction of them:
There were divers in the big tank when we got there:
And these are some of the fish in the aquariums:
That night we headed to downtown Disney and took the kids to the Build-a-Dino at the new T-rex Cafe so they could each make a dinosaur:
I think Alex was sorry he decided to get one done because the guy stuffing them made him do all kinds of dances and contortions before he finished his dinosaur.
The 3D mural they have on the wall there looks just like the one they have at Animal Kingdom on the Primeval Whirl: