October 25, 2003 – from WDW

October 25, 2003

Hello! Blogging LIVE from Epcot’s FutureWorld. Again. Where dozens of happy tourists are slogging their way through their last full day of vacation. Really!

Another eerily beautiful day. It’s in the 80s. Again. But today it’s breezy.

Yesterday, at 5:15pm, Tiger Woods teed off at the 17th hole of the Funai Classic. How do I know this? Because at that EXACT moment, our Disney Bus was driving right by. Did you see us?

We visited Disney’s Wide World of Sports to watch the Martial Arts Expo. David says he’s sorry for making us go. It was mostly kids. Which is fine if it’s your own kid. But watching strange kids compete is weird.

We took the bus from Wide World of Sports to MGM and walked (!!!!) to the Boardwalk complex. Ended up eating dinner at Spoodles. (David: Rigatoni; Me: Scallops) We didn’t have a priority seating reservation so we ended up waiting over an hour for a table. Hakuna Matata. Others weren’t so happy waiting so we had a nice time watching people get mad and blow up. One Mama was almost lunging at the poor hostess.

THEN, we went to Pleasure Island for an evening at the Adventurer’s Club.

Today, we woke up after 11:00. Yeesh. Can you tell we’re worn? Ate lunch at San Angel Inn at the Mexico Pavillion. (Me: chicken tacos al carbon; David: steak) Did Imagination pavillion (I love Figment) and just got finished seeing the “Circle of Life” movie at the Land Pavillion. I learned that humans are intrinsically evil beings. Much guilt for damaging the environment.

Speaking of damage, the University of Mississippi is playing Arkansas tonight on ESPN2. We’ll be watching it — where else– at the ESPN club!

That’s all for now. I probably won’t be blogging again until we get home, as the car is taking us to the airport at 1:45pm tomorrow. (sniff)

Summary: A great time again at Walt Disney World. I’m still not tired of coming here, as each time we leave we remember things we have still yet to experience.

Wish you were here! 🙂 Back Monday with more boring drivel about frozen lunches and my deliquent dog.

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