Monday, March 5, 2012

Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure

Are you ready for your adventure? Grab a few family members and head on over to a Kim Possible spot and get your phone to save the world from villains and their mad inventions. There are 4 locations where these special spy phones called "Kimmunicators"
can be picked up. The first thing you must do is sign up to be a special agent. The Castmember slides your card, gives you your phone and you are off. It's like being in your own mission spy quest, great for boys and girls, and even parents. It was fun and it gives you that fun family interaction. You have to work together to find your clues, which are hidden all over the different lands of Epcot. You never know, until your spy phone tells you, which country you are headed to.

 Now, just some background, I have seen the signs time and time again, we are season pass holders and go a lot, but I always over looked it and no, that looks doesn't look fun. This past year,however, my son payed for me to go on the behind the seeds tour(he is an avid gardener),we went to lunch, and I asked him if he wanted to do the Kim Possible thing? He was like, "'Yeah, let's try it.'" 

 We did, and let me tell you, it was the funnest thing we ever done together at Walt Disney World. We both wondered the worlds looking for clues, and had a really fun time being special agents. The neatest thing about it was you get to see things the normal public does't get to see!

 There are special buttons on certain suitcases, there is something pops out of the sign in the British Garden, there are even these tiny satellites. The process is very time consuming, but you're in Disney, so enjoy the extra time to bond with the family.
We were searching around Italy Pavillion for 35 minutes looking for a certain door. Who would have thought this door would be in a wall, aound a corner??

 This is basically suited for any age, even adults.  

 All in all, it was fun spending one on one time with my son, and finding another lost gem in Disney, that now lives in our memory for time to come.

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