Our last full day was spent at Epcot.
We shoved enough Zofran and Tylenol in Luke that he made it through the day. He might not have eaten a bite the entire day but his spirits were up(ish) and he was excited to spend the day at the park.
When you're sick you get a pass and get carried by the best daddy ever.
We went and tested out Soarin'. This was me and Daddy's favorite ride! Evan said it tied with Test Track. This virtual hang gliding experience took us over the grasslands of Africa, the pyramids in Egypt, the beaches of Fiji, the Great Wall in China, and many more places. So so cool!
Since Luke wasn't feeling it, we hung out and look at all the cool decor.
Later when we were walking around the park, we stumbled upon these gardeners turned drummers!. I had to hold Evan back from joining in!
We went on several more slow rides (for Luke) and even visited with Crush the turtle from Nemo. Evan got to ask him a question. It was totally awesome.
We were there during the Flower and Garden Festival so there were beautiful displays!
Evan and I braved Test Track. So fun! We designed a car and then took it on a test track where it was rated with other people's designs. The last test was a power test where the car gets up to 65 mph and goes around a big curve. That was our favorite part!
We saw wishing fountains, cool Aboriginal art, and even a set of bongos to play!
We waited to meet Baymax! I was hoping he would give Luke some healing vibes.
We went on a fun Nemo ride. Again, slow for our Lukey Luke!
We had the BEST meal of the entire trip at Epcot. We ate at San Angel. It was yum! The backdrop of the restaurant was the big erupting volcano. The boys loved watching it erupt.
We could tell Luke was reaching his max. For being so sick, he did SO good all day. We decided Daddy would take him home and Evan and I would walk the World Showcase one more time. I had some snack credits to spend! We got a couple cronuts in Canada (my favorite snack of the trip) and some yummy sweet treats in the Werther's store in Germany.
Evan and I stayed for the fireworks show. Epcot was the only park we made it until closing. The show was well worth it too!