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The Ball family trip - May 2015 (now complete!)

Here's my first attempt at a trip report. I did start with good intentions by filling in a diary app on my Kindle Fire HD, but had found I had less & less time to keep it up to date with more than a few details each day..

Day 1 (Fri 8th May) Started well : had no problems getting to Gatwick using a local shuttle service. We'd already done an on-line check-in at Virgin last night, so picking up our boarding passes and checking in our luggage took only a few minutes. Our flight was at 1pm - plenty of time to browse the shops and get in training for American cuisine with a lunch in McDonalds(!).

When we went to our gate, we were pleasantly surprised to find we could walk straight onto the plane (Jersey Girl), without the usual wait for premium /upper class passengers, seat rows x - y, etc. Found out why when boarding had finished - the plane was only half-full! We'd already booked a 2 seat row online the day before, we now had the luxury of spreading out and having 2 seats each. Spent most of the flight watching the first 2 Hobbit films.

The flight arrived near enough on time - although we'd done this a number of times before, it took us a while to figure out the how to get to the Virgin desk at Orlando airport. We'd booked a transfer - after a longer than expected delay, our transfer arrived in the form of a mini-bus, which we had to ourselves. Soon we were passing through the Disney gates crossing the road near Downtown Disney - we were finally here!

Check-in at Port Orleans French Qtr took a bit of time - we'd asked for upper-floor room near transportation and were expecting our Universal tickets to be there, courtesy of Maple Leaf tickets. Both were sorted out OK - we now had our first Magicbands; we were in room 4315. After unpacking we bought the resort mugs, and had a meal in the food court. Too tired to visit any of the parks, we watched TV for a while before getting a well deserved sleep.

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I take it your mini bus was the DME.?..Our Virgin flight last year was a 11.00 am flight from Manchester but we just had to hit MK on that first night, to make sure this wasn't just one big dream..lol...We did give up around 10.00pm due to exhaustion...Looking forward to your trip report.. clapping

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No it was a Mears shuttle; Virgin usually use the (full size) DME coaches for the journey back to the airport (in last few of our trips there anyway).

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Day 2 - We had a meeting with our rep this morning at House of Blues. It was a bit of a trek as the resort shuttles are not stopping at West side during the Disney Springs renovation - we had to walk all the way from the Marketplace (didn't think it was worth going of out the way to get the boat). We booked up a trip to Kennedy Space Center - the rep told us there was a launch next week, so we booked it for that day. As a bonus they threw in early entry passes to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter (we got the same extra from Virgin on our last visit in 2013).

We then used Lnyx buses to get the Outlet Mall in I Drive (we don't use hire cars in Orlando). Spent some time in the Character Warehouse, but was a bit disappointed with the choice this year, especially the pins. Also spent a long time in Reebok deciding which trainers to buy for ourselves and one of our friends. Found some with gel insoles - just right for theme park treks! Also picked up a reduced price Reebok backpack, which got a lot of use during the next 2 weeks. We had a nice meal in IHOP (love those pancakes!) before going back for a quick look round Downtown Disney.

I'd booked up a Fastpass + for Fantasmic, so after dropping off the shopping we went to Hollywood Studios for the evening. Managed to fit in Star Tours and the Great Movie ride before going the Fantasmic entrance. Found out that I'd booked the 2nd performance, so there was hardly anybody in queue when we got there at about 9:10pm. At about 9:40 a huge number of people seem to exit Tower of Terror at the same time and joined the Fanstasmic queue. I expected a big dash when the rope dropped, but the staff made a good job of keeping everybody calm and orderly. Fastpasses went in first, and we had our pick of the seats in the Mickey area - we guessed which row was the first outside the splash zone (row H I think). There was still a number of empty seats scattered all around the arena when the show started, & no problems with tablets or phones being thrust in the air in front of us! We had a great view and were very pleased we'd used a Fastpass for this.

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Great photos..I take it you booked a complete package hence the holiday rep.?..

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The Watchmaker wrote:
Great photos..I take it you booked a complete package hence the holiday rep.?..

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Great photos..I take it you booked a complete package hence the holiday rep.?..

Yep, the whole holiday was booked as a package through Virgin - we did consider booking the hotel via Disney, but it worked out cheaper this way.

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scuba mickey wrote:
The Watchmaker wrote:
Great photos..I take it you booked a complete package hence the holiday rep.?..

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Great photos..I take it you booked a complete package hence the holiday rep.?..

Yep, the whole holiday was booked as a package through Virgin - we did consider booking the hotel via Disney, but it worked out cheaper this way.

Good for you..It was the complete opposite for us last year..But we did fall lucky with a January Virgin sale on flights only, and a 40% off deluxe resort at Disney.. otherwise it would be way too expensive for us ...

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Starting off great for your first TR! Anxiously awaiting more!

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I hope you all had a ball! (Somebody had to say it.) mickey

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Day 3 - EPCOT Arrived about 9:45am. We went straight to Soaring - the queue was already 50 mins, but it was worth the wait as usual. We used our Fastpasses for Spaceship Earth, Mission to Mars and Test Track, (which we revisited in the single rider line and still ended up in the same vehicle!). Whilst walking around we noticed some unusual activity in the sky - someone was doing some skywriting in a plane! After some attempts at closeup photos in Batterflies on the Go, we headed for World Showcase.

We had lunch at the Boulangerie in France, followed by Kakigori shaved ice at Japan. Returned to England and had photos taken with Tigger & Pooh. Now getting tired from all the walking, we eventually returned to the hotel for dinner. Had enough time to wander over to Riverside for dessert (much better cheesecakes than French Qtr!). Also managed get a photo of one the resident squirrels hiding in the trees at the resort - he just sat there watching my attempts to get a decent picture!

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SQIRREL! Somebody had to say it

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SQIRREL! Somebody had to say it

Squirrel...( spelt with a U ) Somebody had to correct you... waiting

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and I'm googling SQIRREL thinking it's some slang you guys use over there or some crazy acronym..duh

it's a squirrel...

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and I'm googling SQIRREL thinking it's some slang you guys use over there or some crazy acronym..duh

it's a squirrel...

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Figgy lives in the states...But yes I agree about various names and pronunciation we have compared to your selfs..I pointed to what I thought was chick peas at PORS food court and the server looked at me and wondered what the heck I was asking for.. laugh

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Day 4 - Had to return to the Outlet Mall in I-Drive as Mrs B realized she'd got the wrong size trainers at Reebok. This took up most of the morning (the only disadvantage of using public transport). We spent the rest of the day at Downtown Disney, lunching at the Earl of Sandwich (which gets bonus points for being the only place in Disney to sell TG Lee Chocolate milk, rather than the cheap tasting Nestle version). Also treated ourselves to ice cream sundaes at Ghiradelli's (could eat the Strike it Rich sundae every day!). Returned to the resort in the early evening to get our gear ready for tomorrow's visit to Animal Kingdom.

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Day 5 - Animal Kingdom. We went straight to Kilomanjaro Safari and were able to ride it twice in a row, the 2nd time using a Fastpass. No lions on view today, but plenty of other animals. Headed off to Dinosaur for the next Fastpass. I'd had trouble picking 3 Fastpasses for AK, and ended up picking a Character Greeting at the Adventurer's Outpost, which turned out to be with Mickey & Minnie!

After lunch, we returned for another ride on Kilomanjaro Safari, followed by a walk through the Pangani Forest Trail. Spent a while trying to get some decent photos of the birds in the avairy and then the 2 new baby gorillas, one of which was right next to the glass partition with it's Mum! After this we got the Wildlife Express to Rafiki's Planet Watch. There was still enough time to fit in a ride on Expedition Everest, using the single rider line, and a photo meet & greet with Baloo & King Louie. We left just before park closing time, & spent the rest of evening resting at the resort.

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Wow baby gorilla. Nice.

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Your baby gorilla picture is so sweet and a great picture!

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Day 6 - Magic Kingdom As we weren't able to get a decent Fastpass time for the 7 Dwarves Mine Train, we went straight there when we entered the park. Although it was only 45 mins after opening, the queuing time was already 50 minutes! However, there were some interactive games in the queueing area (panning for gems!), to help the time go quicker. We then went over to Tom Sawyers Island - a place we'd never got around to visiting before. We rode It's A Small World, the Haunted Mansion. At lunch we grabbed a baked potato at Liberty Square and ate it at Pecos Bill.

Our first Fastpass was for POTC - we got the front row, which turned out to be a mistake - we got soaked! Our Fastpasses for Big Thunder Mountain & Splash Mountain were then used. However, we got soaked (again!) on Splash Mountain; not just from the drop, but from the spray from another boat's drop as we were floating round towards the final part of the ride. We then realised the Festival of Fantasy parade was due to start in 30mins, so decided the claim a decent viewing place near Pecos Bills. During the wait we were offered some free EPCOT Fast passes by a Disney employee - her friends were unable to use them at the last minute, so she was happy to let us have them! Our last port of call was Tomorrowland, including Buzz Lightyear (144,000 points - not bad!).

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Day 7 - Universal Studios. We used the early shuttle service from Mears to get here. We mistakenly went to the Studios entrance to use our Wizarding world early entry tickets, so dashed over to IOA, where we were still early enough to get to ride the Forbidden Journey with only a 15 minute wait. We wandered around Hogsmeade for a while until the Hogwarts Express was open, and rode over to Kings Cross, noting how much like an old British Rail train the carriages were. Once there, we went straight to Escape from Gringotts, where the queueing time was already 50 mins (out first time on it!). We decided to explore Diagon Alley later on & get over to Despicable Me next. The queuing time was around 30 mins, but was well worth the wait. I rode Rip Ride & Rockit alone, as the wife doesn't like this type of coaster. Only a 15 minute wait, but the onboard music system wasn't working, which made the ride a bit less memorable (I was looking forward to having ZZ Top blasting out through the ride!).

We made our way Springfield and rode the ever excellent Simpsons ride Afterwards, we found that Men in Black was temporarily out of order, so had a look around Springfield, having our photos taken with Sideshow Bob & Krusty whilst there. With Men in Black still out, it was time to go back to Diagon Alley. Mrs B decided to ask some awkward questions to the animatronic banker in Gringotts Money Exchange - 'can you give me some free money?' 'Can you give me sterling?', getting a stern 'No, we cannot!' in reply both times.. We had lunch in the Leaky cauldron, but as Brits weren't impressed with the Ploughman's Lunch we had there - the 'crusty' bread was just a hunk of normal soft bread, and the cheese looked (and tasted) as though it had just come out of a packet. We made up for it slightly with tasty ice creams from Florean Fortescue's. After a look around Knockturn alley and a patient wait to photograph the dragons' fire, we discovered the Knight bus, complete with conductor and talking shrunken head!

Back to Men in Black, which was now running again. We then managed to fit in E.T. and Terminator 3D before watching the parade. We had enough time to buy some goodies in the main shop before leaving the park for our shuttle back. A Mears coach was already waiting there, but the (middle-aged) driver seemed more interested in dancing(!) to some modern R'n'B music blaring out of his radio, than any would-be passengers. When I finally got his attention he told me ours would be the next coach, so we had a fairly quiet journey back to the resort once it turned up.

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What a bummer that the music wasn't working on Rip Ride Rock It! That's totally what makes the ride! Loving the trip report so far! awesome

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Day 8 - Star Wars weekend. Woke up and checked Good Morning Orlando on the TV, and found they were broadcasting live from Hollywood Studios! Got there at around 9:30am, and the TV presenters were still there. As people were already lining the streets for the parade, we found a decent spot and waited there. It was a long 90 mins wait, but Hollywood Studio street performer Dorma Nesmond kept us amused for a while. When she found out we were Brits, she came up with a few quips 'look up there in the sky, that's called the sun', 'sorry for what we did to your language'... We had a great view of the parade, despite a latecomer insisting on leaving her kid sitting in front of us.

As expected, the park was crowded, & we were lucky to find a table at the Backlot Express for lunch. Noticed a parade of ducklings with their Mum heading through the tables to the bushes whilst sitting at our table - too quick for me photograph them! I'd ensured we had Fastpasses for Star Tours, so we went there next. Can't remember which version of the ride we had, but I think there was an underwater sequence in it. There was a hour or so before our next Fastpass; time for some photo ops with Stormtroopers and some other characters, as well as a look around Wattos' Grotto where there was the opportunity to make (& keep) a free Star Wars Lego model. There were plenty of Star Wars fans dressed up, but more interesting was the Leia & Jedi Duffy Bears a couple were carrying. Our next Fastpass for Toy Story Mania came in handy - I think the standby queue time was around 90 mins by then. I managed 111,500 points (partially due the ride coming to stop for a few minutes half-way through).

We didn't get to use our final Fastpass (for Muppetvision) which may have been a mistake, as when we made our way over to the Tower of Terror, the standby wait time was too long, So I tried the single rider line for Rock'n'Roller Coaster. No luck here, either - after 20 mins, I'd barely moved - neither had the Fastpass queue, which was level with me. At this point we decided give up on Hollywood Studios - it was just too busy & crowded. We had a look around the gift shops on the way out, but that was it for the day.

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Oh my gosh those Leia and Jedi Duffy bears are adorable! Great shots of the parade too. Thanks for sharing!

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That Duffy is kinda growing on me, dang it. I must have consumed the kool aid. biggrin

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Day 9 - Shopping. As the parks were likely to be most crowded on Saturday, we decided to do some shopping. We went by Monorail from EPCOT to the Ticket & Transportation center and caught the Lynx 56 bus to Osceola. As the wife is into crafting the first stop was JoAnnes, followed by the nearby Target and then a 3/4 pounder cheese/bacon burger at Wendys (couldn't resist it!). A few more stops on the next bus, and we were at Walmart, where we bought some groceries plus Disney T-shirts for our friends' kids, as well a Star Wars T for myself. Not much else to report - we journeyed back to the Transportation center and eventually found a resort bus to MK (and then back to POFQ) after being told the monorails weren't running (although we could see one in the distance).

Day 10 - EPCOT. As we had the paper EPCOT Fastpasses we got last week, together with our own Fastpass for Soaring, we had all bases covered, so could take our time today. First visit was to Art of Disney, after noticing that artist Larry Dotson was making an appearence. We weren't previously aware of his Disney park pictures, but decided to buy one after looking through them. As Larry wasn't there at the time, we made a mental note to return later in the day, so we could get a signed print. We used our Fastpass for Soaring, and then went over to England as soon as we could, hoping to get on the list for the English Tea Garden tour. Nothing was open just yet - we had take shelter then, as it poured down with rain, stopping just before the Tea Caddy opened. We got onto the tour list for 1pm, so had plenty of time to explore France (with an early lunch), Morocco, Japan, America, Italy & Germany. From there we got a Friendship back to the Showcase Plaza, and went to England for the Tea Garden tour. We were lucky, as it was last Tea Garden tour of 2015, with the Flower & Garden festival was ending that day. After picking up our free samples of Twinings Tea, we made our way around the rest of the World Showcase (clockwise this time). We rode the Gran Fiesta at Mexico, snacked on a Rice Cream at Norway, eventually turning back at the Outpost.

We then looked around the Living Seas. I usually take part in the Divequest tour here, but decided to give it a miss this time in order to make up for the extra expense of our upcoming Kennedy Space center tour. We ate at the Electric Umbrella next. There was time for some browsing at Mouse Gear before going to Innoventions. Although it was open, it was deserted of any exhibitions, apart from a Diners Club area! Never mind, we were on our way to Test Track, to use the first of of our paper Fastpasses. On the way out of the ride, I spotted a reference to the Star Wars weekend - all the Chevrolet cars had Star Wars stickers on them! We then used another of our paper fastpasses for Spaceship Earth - as we were nearly ready to leave, we gave away the remaining fastpass tickets. Larry Dotson was now at Art of Disney, so we were able get him to sign a copy of one of his prints ('Mickey and Minnie Picnic') before leaving the park.

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Day 11 Universal. Got the Mears shuttle to IOA early enough to use our Wizarding World VIP entry tickets. We went straight to The Forbidden Journey ride (only around 15mins queuing), and then the Flight of the Hippogriff. After breakfast at the Three Broomsticks, we caught the Hogswart Express and then walked around the Kings Cross entrance and went straight back, so we could try out both journeys! Once back in IOA, we walked through Suess Landing and I was talked into riding the Suess Trolley (not one of my favourites..) . After that we went on to Marvel Super Hero Island, to catch our favourite ride, Spiderman. However, the standby queue was over 50mins, so we used the single rider line. This still took around 20 mins, and we could have done without a gang of noisy teens in front of us! At least we ended up in the same car on the ride..

We weren't dressed for the wet rides at Toon Lagoon, so amused ourselves on Me Ship, The Olive by soaking riders on the Bilge Rat rafts with the water guns there! We then moved on to Jurassic Park and rode the River Adventure. We thought we'd worked out which was driest row to sit in (1 row in from the back), but I didn't take into account that you needed to be in the middle of that row to avoid getting splashed - I was on one of the outside seats! I was glad I covered up my camera bag before the drop - I got soaked! Whilst drying off, we walked around the Discovery Centre, & were lucky enough to see a baby Triceratops being carried around by it's 'handler'. Next, it was back to Hogsmeade in time to watch the Frog Chorus and to look around the gift shops there.

We decided at this point to go over to Universal Studios, and went via the Port of Entry, stopping in at the Hard Rock Cafe for quick look at their gift shop. Can't remember too much about the rest of the day at Universal, except that we dined in Springfield and saw the parade (again). The dancing Mears coach driver was waiting at the coach departure area again, and once again ours was a different coach.

After a meal at the resort, I made a solo visit to the Ticket & Transportation Centre in an attempt to photograph the Wishes fireworks without the lottery of finding a decent spot in Main St. The journey didn't start well - I tried the EPCOT bus, but the driver said he wasn't dropping off there this late in the day (it was around 9:15pm by then). However, when I told him I was going there to catch the monorail, he took pity on me, and took me there. There was no security checks at EPCOT this time, so I was able to go straight through to the monorail and had plenty of time to get to the boat dock at the other end. There were only a few people waiting there, so had loads of room to set up my tripod without blocking anybodys' view. It was bit strange to see the fireworks without the music, but at least I didn't have to worry about anybody waving tablets and mobiles up in the air in front of me! After the firworks finished, I caught the ferry back to MK, and then caught a (very crowded) shuttle bus back to the resort.

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That's a fantastic fireworks shot!

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