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Disney Day 7: King Kong & Disney Springs

By Aworldfullofprettiness
On day 7 of our Disney holiday, we scooted across to the Universal Parks & spent the day in Islands of Adventure. I love this park for its rides - it has the perfect combination of thrill, water and the more 'gentle' rides, and definitely is a park that suits all ages.
We went on my favorite 3D simulator ride; Spiderman, and also rode the brand new King Kong ride. The special effects in the queuing system were fab, but I won't spoil it for anyone who is yet to ride it!

Disney Day 7: King Kong & Disney Springs

Disney Day 7: King Kong & Disney Springs


Unfortunately this day was a little overcast and cooler, so although I wanted to go on Jurassic Park and the rapids, I had my sensible head on, and chose to be dry over a few minutes of excitement! Next time, next time!
Disney Day 7: King Kong & Disney Springs

Disney Day 7: King Kong & Disney Springs

Disney Day 7: King Kong & Disney Springs

Taking a break, with junk food, obvs.


Disney Day 7: King Kong & Disney Springs

A gloomy looking Hogwarts


Disney Day 7: King Kong & Disney Springs

Disney Day 7: King Kong & Disney Springs

Fake that smile!

In the evening we took our first trip to Disney Springs of this trip. We witnessed a drone light show (how clever!), and saw some entertainers. We ate at Wolfgang Puck (overrated) and saw more live performers. I loved checking out the new area of DS, so many fancy shops!

Disney Day 7: King Kong & Disney Springs

Drone light show


Disney Day 7: King Kong & Disney Springs

Disney Day 7: King Kong & Disney Springs

I loved Disney Springs' Christmas Tree!
Stay tuned to see where Day 8 takes us!


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