Take a virtual audio trip in this installment of the WDW-Memories podcast as we enjoy another day in Walt Disney World. In this memory, we will catch another ride on Soarin’ Around the World, taking a quick ride on Soarin’, the greatest of family attractions in Epcot as we continue our morning in Epcot.
Podcast Type: Binaural Audio
Podcast Length: 27:53
Well hello and welcome to the WDW-Memories Podcast where together we relive that Walt Disney World Magic. My name is Lou and I’ll once again be your host on this magical adventure. So it’s almost officially Fall, and the temperature here in Kentucky is almost 90, and we haven’t had any real rain for almost a month. I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for some cooler weather, or at least if it’s going to be hot I can be waiting in line for one of my favorite attractions, maybe even waiting indoors for an attraction like Soarin’.
So we’re joining today’s memory as the whole group is re-uniting after splitting up to ride Mission: SPACE and TestTrack. We want to head to the other side of Future World and ride Soarin’, so my family and I start heading that way and end up waiting beside the Fountain of Nations for my dad and sister to join us. We’ll get to listen to a show of the fountain (now gone for good) while we wait, and once they join us, we’ll continue on our way. Unfortunately, the baby is asleep and no strollers are allowed inside The Land Pavilion, so we’ll listen as the cast members stationed outside explain a space for the baby to sleep, and Grandpa to maybe relax a bit while the rest of the family head to Soarin’. The wait today is posted at 40 minutes, which is pretty average, but with the game we can play in line, it goes by quickly. I won’t make you listen to the conversations in the queue, so we’ll jump ahead in time and before you know it we’ll be listing to Patrick give us our safety briefing before we’re on our flight.
I know we do this ride a lot, but there is a reason for that. It really is a family ride that we can all do, and enjoy together. And you don’t just sit there together, you experience it together. You can lean over to your child and laugh at them when the get scared by the eagle, or point out amazing sights like the pyramids, or try to explain to them why the Eifel Tower is bent. And to top it off, the score is amazing. It’s a must ride for our family every trip to Epcot (as you might have expected).
Today’s memory is in binaural once again, so I’d suggest putting those headphones on to fully immerse yourself in the memory.
Now enjoy another ride on the greatest of family attractions in Epcot.