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Apology accepted, Captain Needa.

by | October 23, 2021

We all had a good time in Disney World, but we had to come back. We did have a good deal of fun while we were there though. The kids loved it.

As you might guess, Chelsea and I both love Star Wars. We thought this was fitting.

We were able to get into the Cantina¬† in the Star Wars area. It is a real bar and an interesting environment. True to the original trilogy, you will notice the taps are attached to something that looks like an IG droid’s head (IG-88 and IG-11). Repurposing from A New Hope to Empire.¬†

I love Star Wars and I finally decided to get something fun for me. Finally bought a nice lightsaber. Chelsea and her husband got lightsabers as well and we randomly fought with them the whole way back to the hotel.

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