By day four of a non-stop, on your feet, crowd crazy vacation all I wanted to do is stop and sit.
I could have gotten on the plane first thing in the morning but the overly priced Disney tickets had already been bought and couldn’t go to waste. Lucky for us Hollywood Studios was the perfect recipe for the leaden leg and end of vacation blues.
I knew there were only about 3-4 rides worth taking the time for this park, so I had sneakily planned this park for the last day of our trip for the following reasons:
1.) There’s less to do and we had a plane that was taking off in the late afternoon
2.) Tons of shows to sit at
3.) Smaller park = less walking
4.) It’s just not as magical as the other parks. There, I said it. Not as magical and no shame about it.
Pete have one primary theme on our pre-kids bucket list: TRAVEL!
There are so many amazing places in the country and in the world, I just can’t live with myself knowing I haven’t explored as much of it as possible. I, luckily, had the opportunity to live in the Pacific Northwest for my early childhood. So, when my parents decided to move back to Seattle the day after my wedding (“leaving and cleaving” in the most literal terms), I knew Pete and I had to get up there ASAP.
Fast forward to February 2013 – It’s freezing, foggy, rainy and freakin’ perfect! What isn’t there to love about this place?
Amazing food, fantastic wine, good vibes, lovely people, beautiful scenery. Pinch me now, I must be in heaven!
After Pete and my dad spent an evening skiing while my mom and I enjoyed delicious Thai food, we…