There are a million (ok, 75) pictures here, so let’s just jump in.

The monorail.IMG_3102

The entry way to Disney Sea.IMG_3105 IMG_3106

The line area of Toy Story Mania (aka, Shooting Targets, aka, the girls’ favorite ride.) in the American Waterfront area. This area also has Tower of Tower and Turtle Talk, neither of which we did- the first because the girls and terror don’t get along, and the second because it’s all in Japanese.IMG_3108 IMG_3116 IMG_3117 IMG_3119

The Mediterranean Harbor. It really is this gorgeous. The Venetian gondolas are here.IMG_3125

Fortress Exploration (More detail to come later in the post.)
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My favorite part of the park- Mysterious Island. IMG_3146

Entrance to 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.IMG_3148 IMG_3157

I don’t have pictures of Journey to the Center of the Earth, but it is now my favorite ride as far as visuals go. It is just absolutely gorgeous.  If you go to Disney Sea, I recommend heading to Journey very first thing, while everyone else is in line for Toy Story Mania. The line is really short first thing, and then gets absolutely insane later in the day. The line area is really well designed, with lots of really cool things to look at.  IMG_3159

Mermaid LagoonIMG_3160

No puffing.IMG_3161IMG_3165 IMG_3166

Look at that detail!IMG_3168

Mermaid Lagoon is the equivalent of Radiator Springs at CA Adventure- a whole indoor replica of Ariel’s world. These pictures don’t do it justice, but taking pictures in this lighting was difficult. IMG_3172

This area has the rides Jumping Jellyfish, Blowfish Balloon Race, The Whirlpool (which Z thinks should be called The Seacups) , as well as Ariel’s Playground, which, as you might guess, is an Ariel themed play area. It’s really pretty and the girls had a great time in there.IMG_3182 IMG_3187

There are two other rides, Flounder’s Flying Fish Coaster (the girls LOVED it) and Scuttle’s Scooters which we didn’t get around to. IMG_3188

The popcorn/snack carts around Mermaid Lagoon were really well designed. IMG_3222 IMG_3223

 
Entrance to Arabian Coast IMG_3224 IMG_3225

Lost River Delta, which has the Indiana Jones ride (which we skipped- too bumpy for Z and Tiny’s not tall enough.)IMG_3226 IMG_3230

More from the Arabian CoastIMG_3231

Sinbad’s Storybook Voyage is a gorgeous little ride. You ride in boats like It’s a Small World and go through Sinbad’s journeys. The design and detail is just beautiful.
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Jasmine’s Flying CarpetsIMG_3312 IMG_3315

The view from the carpetsIMG_3317 IMG_3330 IMG_3333
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A show with Mickey, Minnie, the Duffy bears, and a magician.IMG_3339

Raging Spirits, the upside down roller coaster. Z likes this one.IMG_3342

The view from DisneySea Transit Steamer Line, which functions as the train at the park.IMG_3346

TURKEY LEGS!IMG_3357 IMG_3358

More design around Mysterious Island. I could stay here ALL DAY.IMG_3366 IMG_3368 IMG_3369IMG_3370

Fortress Exploration. This area is SO COOL. It’s set up like a circa Columbus/Magellan era fortress and galleon, complete with hands on scientific innovations of the time.IMG_3380 IMG_3384 IMG_3387 IMG_3391

This planetarium room was amazing, and impossible to capture in a picture. There are cranks you can turn to make each of the planets rotate around the sun- it’s really so cool.IMG_3395

A boat game.IMG_3415 IMG_3427 IMG_3429

Port Discovery. We didn’t ride anything here- Aquatopia (a water “car” ride) was closed, and Stormrider is one of those 3D simulator things that makes me feel sick- but it was so cool looking. It looked like how I remember Tomorrowland looking when I was little. I don’t know if it ever actually looked like this, but it’s what it looks like in my memory.IMG_3435 IMG_3439 IMG_3441 IMG_3444 IMG_3456

Caravan CarouselIMG_3466 IMG_3468 IMG_3469 IMG_3474 IMG_3479

Genie fountain. I love it.IMG_3492 IMG_3494

The carousel from the outside.IMG_3497

Um, what?IMG_3514

New family portrait?IMG_3545