Monday, July 11, 2011

Noah's favorite..

At 18 months,Noah showed interest in so many more attractions and characters than in previous trips.  This time, he found spots that he loved and we had to drag him away from.

Two of these favorite areas were in my favorite (well, my non-Magic Kingdom favorite)- EPCOT.

The model train display at the Germany Pavilion!  3 trains and a city to watch, Noah ran back and forth on the foot bridge watching the trains ride.  We literally had to pull him away to make our dinner reservation at La Hacienda!

Our first day in EPCOT, we didn't do too much in Future World - the Imagination Pavilion and the Living Seas.  At 13 months, Journey into Imagination with Figment was his favorite ride.  It was the only one he really reacted to.  At 18 months, his favorite part of the Imagination Pavilion lives outside the pavilion itself:
Located at the exit doors to Captain EO, these fountains kept Noah entertained, as he watched the water jump between the fountains.  These water shows don't only entertain the little ones, though.  We watched a few 8-12 year olds play in the water the whole time we were there - but they left soaked!

Noah's #1 attraction of the entire trip?  The Seas with Nemo and Friends.  And, in my 900 pictures, I didn't get a single one of the front of the building or inside the ride.  However, I did capture Noah looking into a real fish tank of tiny clown fish "nemos" outside of the ride.  Which we rode 3 times in a row.  

And, thanks to that silly ride, Finding Nemo has now surpassed Cars as "most over-watched movie" in our house!  Looks like I'll be finding those Easter Eggs next!

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4 comments:

  1. I got news for you... these are fun for 40-somethings as well. :)

    Great article!

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  2. We love the Leap Frog Fountains and spend a lot of time at them every trip. Last trip, it was so windy, the water wouldn't make it to the next spot and my kids just thought that was the funniest thing.

    Joey could spend the entire trip in Germany watching the train. I must admit I love all the details in there!

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  4. Bubby loved the trains as well!!

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