Anyway, Animal Kingdom, in my opinion, had the greatest customer service in regards to my Guest Assistance pass. I had several employees approach me and ask if there was anything they could do to further help with my comfort during our visit. After dealing with the disgruntled and rude ride attendants at Magic Kingdom it was a breath of fresh air to have that kind of customer service. ( I am considering e-mail Disney to let them know about my experiences, both good and bad, that I had with the Guest Assistance Card.)
I made it through the entire week of our trip pretty well. In fact, I would say that I did better than I expected, by making sure to take breaks in our room in the middle of the afternoons and drinking a lot of water. Friday, I finally ended up crashing. As in no energy. At all. I ended up leaving Animal Kingdom right after lunch and collapsing on our bed by the time I made it back to our hotel room.
I did manage to get some nice pictures before my body decided to start disagreeing with me...
|This "little guy" was not happy with us for being there!|
|I couldn't not take this picture if you'd asked me. I love everything about it! The tree. The birds, The sky and the water with all it's reflection. Beautiful!!|
|This picture was amazing to me! We were coming out onto the safari just as the sun was rising. It washed everything in a beautiful glow. Something I will remember for a long time.|
|Tree of Life|
This week was sooooo soooo magical to us. It exceeded all of our expectations. (OK, all but the guest assistance card which I thought would be a lot more helpful than it actually was.) We went into this trip assuming that this would be a once in a lifetime experience and now I don't think it will be. I think we'll most likely find our way back to Disney in about ten years or so, when L is a teenager, because it will be a completely different experience to us then!