Experiencing The Rise of The Resistance at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge | Hollywood Studios Walt Disney World
It’s time to continue the Walt Disney World content this morning! Getting up at 6 am to walk around Galaxy’s Edge before the park opened was one of the most incredible experiences ever! Star Wars fan or not, Galaxy’s Edge is so cool.
It wouldn’t be a typical Simply Taralynn blog without the classic coffee shot. What is better than enjoying a cup of hot coffee in an empty Walt Disney World theme park? Talk about one of the best mornings ever!
After exploring the empty walkways of Galaxy’s Edge, we had a group breakfast at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo.
Build your custom lightsaber at this secret workshop and continue the way of the Force.
Build your droid at Black Spire Outpost’s industrial depot.
We used a Disney Park Hopper Plus pass for the week and made everything convenient. It allows you to make a theme park reservation, and then you can park hop after 2 pm at any of the other Disney World parks. So if you can’t get a reservation for a park during your trip, no worries, you can go after 2 pm! We had a reservation for all the parks early in the mornings and then hopped over to other parks later in the day.
Reservations are easy to make on the My Disney Experience App (and from your computer if you’re signed in). After making reservations, they’ll be linked to your Disney magic bands. When making reservations for your family, you can also link the plans to theirs. If you don’t have a magic band, you can use your phone as one. The magic bands are the best things in the world! If you don’t want to bring a purse to the parks, you can swipe your watch for payment and passes!
Transportation at Disney Parks Disney World
After spending the morning and early afternoon at Hollywood Studios, we headed to the resort to spend the day at the pool and then headed back later when the crowds settled down and the temps got cooler!
Getting around the Disney parks is a breeze with the busses, the monorail, and the Skyliner! The Skyliner lines go so fast! If you see a line with many people, your wait time may be fifteen minutes. They’re constantly getting people on and off the Skyliner.
Ride in the famous cockpit of the Millennium Falcon on a daring flight—and whether you’re a pilot, engineer or gunner, every role is crucial.
The engines rumble as the Millennium Falcon blasts off, pushing you and your crew back into your seats when you jump into hyperspace towards adventure. Along the way you’ll face danger at every turn.
Will your mission succeed or fail? It’s up to you—find out if you have what it takes to outmaneuver the odds aboard the Millennium Falcon.
Get ready to punch it!
You cannot visit Galaxy’s Edge without trying the Blue Milk and the Green Milk!
A plant-based blend of Coconut and Rice Milk with alluring fruity characteristics
A plant-based blend of Coconut and Rice Milk with zippy citrus and tropical characteristics
Luke Skywalker can be seen enjoying blue milk in Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope, and green milk in Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi.
You can also step it up with the Blue Milk and Green Milk Coolers. The Blue Milk Cooler is served with Bacardi Rum, and the Green Milk Cooler is served with Corazon Blanco Tequila.
I liked the Green Milk the best!
This was one of the best days! Thanks so much, Walt Disney World, for hosting! 😊
Questions for you!
- Have you visited Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge yet?
- Which one would you try? Blue or Green Milk?