Hello Again Everyone~
I hope you all have enjoyed reading about my adventures in the Magic Kingdom at Disney World. In this post I will share with you what I did during my second day on vacation at Hollywood studios. For this adventure, we had to take a bus; the buses must run back and forth every 15 to 30 minutes because we had to wait 10 minutes for ours. During that time I encountered a disabled intern working there in charge of the bus routes. I later learned that there was a special internship opportunities for college students wanting to work there during the summers..
But I digress…
After that we spent some time walking around the streets, sightseeing (and shopping) before going on The Great Movie Ride. This attraction is accessible to those in wheelchairs as well as those able to transfer in and out by themselves or with the help of other people. The ride insists of real-time clips of the greatest moments in movie history, as well as reenactments that put you right in the middle of the action. From there, we toured the Walt Disney: One Man’s Dream “museum”. It follows him through the monumental years of his career and gives people a in-depth glimpse on what it takes to create an animated film.
Another live show that I enjoyed was the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular. This exciting show gives viewers a behind the scenes look at how stunts are filmed in the movies