This was our extra day. We had breakfast. Max enjoyed cutting his grapes and watermelon.
We had taken the option to stay an extra day so we could go to Disney Hollywood Studios and fly the Millennium Falcon. It really was the only reason I wanted to go to that park, but we had a lot of fun. My brother met up with us and it was a laid back, easy day.
I wish I had gotten more videos of the storm troopers. If they saw a kid dressed as Kylo Ren or Darth Vader, they would call them Supreme Leader or Lord and ask them to come with them. I have no idea where they went.
If they came across someone dressed in a brown robe, they would halt them and ask for identification. It was pretty funny.
We flew the Falcon. It was everything I thought it would be. Jesse and I were pilots. Max and Sam were gunners. Two strangers were engineers. Max was not a very good gunner. He didn’t want to push the buttons for the first time in his life.
We had lunch in the Star Wars area. I had some sort of amazing falafel thing. I wish I could remember the name of the restaurant. We just kind of followed our noses.
Star Wars was just kind of everywhere. Even a little bit outside of the park. We went to the Indiana Jones show afterwards. It was so much fun. Even Max was captivated.
Admittedly, we didn’t go on a lot of rides or see many of the other shows. We didn’t stay for very long either. We were pretty exhausted from a very busy weekend. Ted, my brother, was okay with that as he had to drive back to Jacksonville that evening. Leaving early was a good thing.
While waiting for our Lyft driver, I managed to get a pretty nice picture of the sunset.
We left early the next day. It was a fantastic adventure, but we were happy to get home.