Epcot at Walt Disney World!

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This year for spring break, my band toured Orlando. One of our stops, and probably my favorite, was Epcot at Walt Disney World.

Pictured above is the giant Epcot ball. This is the first thing you will see upon nearing the park entrance. While it is impressive to look at, the attraction inside is less than phenomenal. Save that one for later in the day, when your feet hurt from walking around or the rain drives everyone indoors.

In my opinion, the most interesting and entertaining section in the park are the pavilions that surround the lake. All of these pavilions have a different theme, each mimicking the culture of a certain country. Countries that are represented include Canada, China, Japan, Italy, Mexico, Morocco, Norway, Germany, France, and the U.K.

While Epcot doesn’t have as many rides as the other parks at Disney World, the few it does have are great. Test Track and Mission Space are my personal favorites.

written by tjbeard8985 on 2011-04-12 in #world #locations #travel-destination #disney-orlando-vacation-park-countries-rides-friends

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  1. 110isnotdead
    110isnotdead ·

    Love the article and the pics, can't wait to get back there myself :))

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