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Walt Disney World
Transcript of Walt Disney World
The Rockin Roller Coaster goes from zero to sixty in two seconds. First, you go into a room with a projection of Steven Tyler and his band. Then you wait in line. It is so scary, because you see the roller coaster rocketing off into the tunnel. The roller coaster is going at least 60 mph while it goes upside down, twisting and turning. It is a ride for all thrill seekers.
Blizzard Beach is supposed to be an abandoned ski lodge. The Slush Gusher is the second most nerve-racking ride at Blizzard Beach. It has two bumps that launch you into the air. Summit Plummet has a 120-foot nearly vertical drop and a darkened tunnel. Blizzard Beach is an amazing experience.
Character Breakfasts have grown in popularity. There are three styles. Buffet style is served at most places; it is where guests can serve themselves. Family style is where the server brings out large servings that you pass around the table. Pre-plated style is where servers bring everyone the same meal. You can have a Character Breakfast with almost any character.
The most known member of the Duck Family is Donald Duck. Donald Duck was created in 1934. There are more then 30 Duck Family members. In the 1950s, Carl Bark created the Duck Family Tree. Carl Bark was one of the greatest story makers for the Ducks. To this day, Donald Duck is still one of Disney's most beloved characters.
Epcot opened in 1982. The idea was originally kept secret from the public, because Walt Disney didn’t want everyone to be upset if he couldn’t make Epcot. The original name was Epcot Center. Epcot contains Future World and World Showcase. Epcot is one of the four parks in Walt Disney World.
You can smell spicy Mexican and tangy Moroccan food in Epcot.
Disney is and has been known for their firework displays. The Star Light Star Bright firework show is the biggest firework display in Disney world history. It also has lots of Disney songs. Jiminy Cricket is the main character in this amazing firework display. In this show, villains come, and it is a battle of good versus evil.
Goofy was created in 1932. He was originally known as Dippy Dawg. He has always been known as a tall, funny, and clumsy character. He always wears a small green hat, an orange turtleneck and blue jeans. He is very good friends with Mickey and Donald. One of his favorite things to say is, "Gwash."
In the Haunted Mansion, you ride in a three quarter egg shaped compartment. The ghost host is your creepy, private guide in this haunted mansion. In the Haunted Mansion, walls move up and down. Ghosts are dancing and even hiding in the graveyard.
If you watch Imagineers at work you almost see gears tuning in their heads.
The Imagineers are in charge of Walt Disney World and Disneyland construction. There are over 140 different job titles. Imagineering was founded in 1952. It is also known as WDI. Do you get where the name came from? Imaginears.
In this little ride you learn all about the 5 senses. Figment, the dragon, messes up the doctor’s experiments. This ride has a ton of optical illusions and brainteasers like where noises make color. It is a great information filled ride for the little ones.
Journey Into Imagination With Figment
This crazy ride is based off the Kali River in Asia. There is even a place where non-rafters can spray other rafters from a bridge. You enter old temples with stone animals and animal shrines. It even shows a whole forest cut down by greedy loggers. This ride is almost like a roller coaster in the water.
Typhoon Lagoon has everything from the tropical colors of the shark pool to the light blue of the lazy river.
Typhoon Lagoon is one of the two water parks in Walt Disney World. The Crushin’ Gusher is one of the only water slides, and it is supposed to be an abandoned fruit processing plant. It is a 400 foot-long tube slide. There are also very exciting parts of this slide like, surprise jets of water, hairpin turns, and even jumps. Typhoon Lagoon is the more lazy water park.
Mickey Mouse is probably the most known character in Walt Disney World . Mickey used to be Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. Then he was known as Mortimer. Mickey’s first film, Steamboat Willie, premiered in New York on November 18, 1928, and it was an instant hit. Mickey’s 80th birthday was Tuesday, November 18, 2008.
Nemo actually appeared in Monsters Inc. as a toy 2 years before Finding Nemo came out. Dory’s nosebleed was the first blood ever shown in a Pixar movie. During the Jellyfish scene, there are 74,472 Jellyfish.
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Finding Nemo will capture your attention with its tropical colors and squawking seagulls.
Walt Disney World opened on Friday, October 1, 1971. They had over 10,000 visitors. Magic Kingdom was the only theme park at Walt Disney World. The Monorail opened on opening day. By the end of October they had had over 400,000 visitors.
With all the bands and the parades, this was the most exciting day in Walt Disney World history.
Disney really goes out of this world for this parade. The Christmas Day Parade is on television every year one month before Christmas. It has aired since 1983. The parade goes down Main Street U.S.A. It has floats featuring celebrities and Disney characters. There are two non-celebratory parades each day.
Space Mountain is an enclosed futuristic roller coaster. Space Mountain starts when you enter a lit up tube, and then you’re off into a pitch-black dome. It has stomach flipping drops and twists and turns. You even feel the push and pull of gravity. This is the ride for thrill seekers.
Between the lack of light and your body being thrown from one side of the seat to the other, this ride is a full-body sensation.
The Art of Animation Resort is the newest resort. Pixar Character statues and activities surround it. It is based on four movies. Cars and Finding Nemo are two of them. The largest pool is based on Finding Nemo. I'm sure Disney World has a resort that is right for you.
Disney resorts have everything from rustic old cabins to brand new suites.
While on Splash Mountain you witness the story of Brother Rabbit. He goes on an adventure to try to outthink Brother Bear and Brother Fox. This ride holds 950,000 gallons of water. On this exciting ride, there are three one-story drops, and one five-story drop.
Your stomach feels like it stays up when your body falls down the five story drop of Splash Mountain.
Legend has it that a super natural force dwells inside Thunder Mountain Railroad Roller Coaster. In the 1950’s, eerie things started to occur. The workers heard ghostly sounds. Frequently, there were cave-ins and equipment failings. Trains would take off, driverless, and Thunder Mountain Railroad became a ghost town.
The excitement of Thunder Mountain Railroad is in the sounds of whistles and the clackety-clacks.
In the United Kingdom in Epcot there is an amazing Butterfly Garden. It even has a Chrysalis Box. 35 butterfly chrysalises are displayed each week. It is a great place to meet characters from the hundred acre woods, like Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, and Tiger too.
The Monorail opened in 1971. They upgraded it in 1990 by adding more stops. Each Monorail train carries 400 passengers. The Monorail has 14 miles of track. Around 100,000 guests board the Monorail everyday.
The Monorail zips you from one park to the next with few shakes and jostles.
Walt Disney is the creator of Walt Disney World. One of his first works for Disney World was in 1928 when he created Silly Symphonies. It featured Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and Pluto. On December 21, 1937, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs produced an unheard of income of 1,499,000 dollars. It won eight Oscars.
From explosions to laughter, Pixar movies have it all.
Pixar began in 1979. It was a part of Lucasfilm. Then it was its own company in 1986. In 2006, Disney bought Pixar for $7.4 billion. However, the two worked on several films together beforehand. Pixar has thirteen feature films; the most recent one was Brave. 12 films were critically and financially successful.
Yuletide Fantasy is a three-hour tour. In this tour, you learn about how holidays are celebrated all around the world. You even get an up close look at the decorations at Main Street USA. Each guest gets a little holiday souvenir from somewhere around the world.
Everywhere you look, lights, wreaths, and garlands, celebrating all the holidays.
Buzz Lightyear first appeared in 1995. He was inspired by Buzz Aldrin from Apollo 11. The character’s famous catchphrase is, "To infinity and beyond." He is an amazing space ranger. He is always fighting the evil, Emperor Zurg.
You know Buzz is coming when you hear his boots stomping and his lasers beeping.
Your ears ring because of the blaring sound system, and you feel like your stomach is in your throat.
Aerosmith Rockin Roller Coaster
You can almost smell your own fear at Blizzard Beach.
You'll always laugh when you hear the sarcastic, nasally quack of Donald Duck's voice.
I bet you'll wet your pants by the end of this ride with all the ghosts jumping out at you.
The Haunted Mansion
Quick Space Mountain
Thunder Mountain Railroad
The vibrant colors will blow you away in the United Kingdom's butterfly garden.
The United Kingdom
Character Breakfasts are a laughing joy for the little ones.
Goofy is the tallest, funniest, and definitely the most clumsy character you could possibly think up.
Kali River Rapids
You hear the boom of the fireworks, enjoying the many colors.
Journey into Imagination is really a wonder, with all of it's gears, engines, and tubes.
With all the obstacles and statues of elephants squirting water at you, you will definitely get wet.
You can see that Mickey has a heart twice the normal size from all his loving comments.
Disney parades have everything from trains to Walt Disney characters.
Walt Disney is the one in the suit, and he is the true genius who created Walt Disney World.
By Jacob Hand
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