Saturday, April 30, 2011

A New Hollywood Studios

For our second day in the parks, Brett and I started at Disney's Hollywood Studios.  I was dead set on trying some new attractions at this familiar park, so we stayed clear of the ever-popular Rock 'n Rollercoaster and Tower of Terror.  In fact, instead of taking a right at the sorcerer's hat, we took a left and found a new adventure.

So no, there is not a new park.  There isn't even a new attraction.  But on Wednesday, I experienced a part of Hollywood Studios that I haven't experienced in a long time.  Which quite possibly furthers the theory that each park deserves a minimum two days in order to achieve a thorough visit.

I'll let some of my photos tell the story...

The Sorcerer's Hat

We found an Ewok on our way to Lights, Motors, Action!

We also saw a Padawan Academy.
Since Brett (Bredi) calls me Hannawan, I had to get a picture.

Mater, from Cars, was parked on the Streets of America.
We still hadn't found our way back to Lights, Motors, Action!

Singin' in the Rain with Gene Kelly & Debbie Reynolds

Lights, Motors, Action!

Lights, Motors, Action!

Lights, Motors, Action!
Herbie, the Love Bug...he split.

Lights, Motors, Action!

Lights, Motors, Action!

We found Mike Wazowski and Sully looking for the entrance to the Backlot Tour.

A topiary double to the famous water tower at Hollywood Studios.

The Backlot Tour's Disaster Canyon.

Davy Jones' Organ at the AFI Showcase after the Backlot Tour.

And the Oscar goes to...
We had a lot of fun in the store after Backlot Tour. They had a lot of cool merchandise.

On the streets of Pixar Studio, we found two Green Army Men.

Aslan's table from Narnia: Prince Caspian.

After we did the Prince Caspian attraction, we decided to head off property for some lunch at Olive Garden.  I think at this point, it's safe to say I've done everything at Hollywood Studios.  Well, at least everything I would be interested in doing.  Honey, I Shrunk the Audience?  Forget it!

The first picture is from Photopass.

1 comment:

  1. Honey I Shrunk the Audience actually makes for a fun setting for goofy photoshoots. :)
    Looks like you had a blast!
    I ADORE Studios. By far my favorite park.