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Tuesday, May 31, 2016

31 May 2016 - Hong Kong Day 6: DisneyLand Part 2

Good morning HK!  Nice view from our room!
We bought a 2-days pass to Disneyland.  So after we had our breakfast, we took the free shuttle bus to the park.  This is the third time that we came to HK Disneyland and finally we managed to go on the Autopia ride, and we took it twice!
There are 2 new attractions in Disneyland since we last came.  First is the Fairy Tale Forest which we had entered yesterday.  The other new attraction is the stage performance called "Mickey and the Wondrous Book".  It had replaced the "Golden Mickey" show that we saw previously.  It was an amazing show with superb stage props and music.
Here is a video of our Autopia ride and "Mickey and the Wondrous Book" stage performance.
The weather did not change much from yesterday.  It was HOT HOT HOT!  In fact, Javier had been unwell since morning.  By noon, he was having fever and we decided to go Tung Chung to buy fever medicine and have our lunch.
Javier felt much better after taking the medicine.  We rested for a while and returned to Disneyland by evening.
By this time, most of the rides did not have queue as most visitors were gathered at the park central waiting for the fireworks.  We took the Jungle River Cruise when the surrounding had already turned dark and the experience was quite different from taking it during the day.  Then we rushed to Toy Story Land hoping to have a final Slinky Dog ride but we were late by a minute.  However, we managed to take the last Toy Soldier Parachute Drop, which was our first time attempting this ride.  By that time, all the rides in Toy Story Land were closed.  We proceeded to FantasyLand and we were fortunate to be able to catch the last "Mickey's PhilharMagic" 3-D show of the day.
After the show, we took a ride on Cinderella Carousel, which was probably the only ride that was still operating at that time.
We then walked back to the Main Street for the firework display before bidding farewell to HK Disneyland.

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