After that we drove back to the cabins and took a bus to Epcot. My memory after that is a little foggy. I know where we went, but not in the order, so bear with me.
We went to Spaceship Earth at some point during the day, so since it's first on this map/list that I brought home, I guess it'll go first here. My thoughts? A pretty cool ride! We rode in a 'time machine' through the stages of progress in history (my favorite probably being the mechanical people in Greece or the scroll library in Alexandria). Then, the two people in each car (Nick rode with me) took this quiz about what we'd like to see in the future and what we would want new technology for. This is followed by a little surprise that I am not about to spoil. ;) After the ride, there's a big room with futuristic stuff like electronic floor games or 3D, remote-control surgery training.
Next the map says we went to The Seas With Nemo & Friends, which was a kiddie ride in 'clamobiles' through the Nemo story. (Condensed version, of course.)
Then (switching to memory now) we started at the last country showcase pavilion and worked our way up. That last pavilion was Canada, which we just walked through.
After Canada, we walked past the United Kingdom... (after a quick stop to see Mary Poppins)
Anyway, once Dad's French pastry craving was filled, we were on our way again. We passed Morocco...
After Japan, we walked by the American Adventure. I had wanted to see the Voices of Liberty or the Hat Lady, but all the shows were done for the day.
We took our Italian ice creams to the Germany Pavilion, where we stopped to eat. Between these two pavilions, Mom and I found a miniature Tangled Rapunzel's tower and I stopped for a photo. :)
After Germany was China, where we stopped for a photo in front of the Reflections of China tower.
The final pavilion was Mexico, where we took pictures in front of the Aztec-style ziggurat and then went inside and rode the Gran Fiesta Tour. Of course, we stopped at the little gift shack first, where Eddie posed in a ridiculously enormous sombrero. It was pretty funny.