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For those of you peeking in on this little blog, my family and I are at Disneyworld. I thought that a hit/miss list would be interesting, or at least useful. So, here are my impressions (yes, I do impressions...) of a few rides/attractions were successfull/not successfull with a 3 and a 6 year old (and their daddy):

1. Tower of Terror. This ride totally rocked, and my 6 year old, who is a total thrill seeker, was scared at the introductory parts (stuff with Rod Serling, and lots of lightning). However, the ride itself, which would scare the bejeezus out of any adult, didn't scare her at all. She loved it. It takes you up about 160 feet, and then drops you, randomly, and then brings you back up part way, drop, up, drop. My camera bag, around my neck, was floating in front of my face. It's too much...we went on twice! I wouldn't DREAM of taking my 3 year old on it.

2. Space Mountain. This ride is still amazing. It has such great twists and turns and the fact that it's near pitch black keeps you on edge for ages. I loved it and so did my 6 year old.

3. The Haunted Mansion. I still think it's pretty cool, but it scared my 6 year old silly. She was clutching at me the entire ride and literally jumped into my arms at one point. She was too young, I think.

4. Dumbo. No link for this one for some reason. Frankly, totally uninteresting, for my 3 year old and my 6 year old (and of course for me). It's a long line and a very short ride.

5. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. Not bad as a roller coaster. Space mountain is better. Some good sharp turns.

6. Winnie the Pooh and the Hunnypots (or something like that). No link, again. This was cute. We all went on it, and except for some mildly scary scenes, it was fun for all.

OK, this post has taken 3 days and it's almost out of date already. I'll post it, and maybe add more later.

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