Re: If you could do one thing you're not supposed to do...
After I toured Walt's apartment, I would have lunch at Club 33. Since I was in New Orleans Sqaure, I would spend some time walking through Pirates, taking flash pictures to complete my album. Borrowing a canoe, we would take a leisurely paddle down the River, stopping at the Burning Cabin for a snack on the grass out front. Paddling over to the Native American encampment, we would wander around the AA's, taking pictures and checking out the teepees. Continuing around the River, we would park the canoe at the Mark Twain dock and wander through Big Thunder, spending some time in the colored pool grotto. We would walk onto the Bobsleds and ride three times in a row. I would ride Autopia like I used to when I was young - bumping car in front of me repeatedly (it was much more fun when it was my brother). Cutting through the Hub, I would give Walt a hug on my way to the Jungle Cruise where I would skipper my own boat, telling my spiel, and stopping wherever we wanted, taking our pictures with the different animals - especially the ones in the 2-fer commercial! Stopping for a much-needed nap in the Treehouse, we would return to Club 33 for dinner and watch Fantasmic! from the balcony - with executives holding the tree branches out of the way for us. After riding the steam train and wandering around the dinosaurs, we would stay overnight in the Dream Suite, wandering around Disneyland after it closed, checking out the Fantasyland rides.
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