DAY 6 – Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Downtown Disney, La Nouba and Raglan Road I have a pretty good night (for me) and although I wake briefly for the loo around 5:00, I fall asleep again until 6:15. We are up and out by 6:45, strolling to the Boardwalk Bakery for breakfast. This isn't a favourite, but is convenient given the timescale (we don't want a full service meal and haven't got time to go off site today. We buy two breakfast sandwiches and two coffees at a cost of $22. We eat at a table near the Bakery to eat. It’s a fairly dull morning, but finally dry after overnight rain.The coffee is good but the sandwiches are a bit stodgy. Not got time for a full circuit of the lake, so we stroll the length of the resort and back before heading to our room at 7:30 for showers. By 8:05 we are presentable and had off along the pleasant 'river' path to Disney's Hollywood Studios (or MGM as I like to call it!) It's a warm start to the day, with broken cloud and some blue in the sky. We arrive at the park entrance before 8:30 and join the lines already forming. Disney seem to have relaxed their attitude to timekeeping a bit, and we are admitted at 8:50. I presume there will be a rope -drop hold at the end of the street as in the past, but no. We walk briskly round to the right and head straight to the Rock n Roller Coaster. Ah, this is where normal routines are applied! They don't allow admission to the building until 9:00 exactly. It only takes us 10 minutes or so to reach the loading area and, after enjoying this, one of our old favourites, we are back outside by 9:20. The standby line is already 60 minutes, which kills off any chance of a quick repeat, as I won't wait for anything that takes longer than 20 minutes in line. We head back round the corner to Tower of Terror. The standby line is at 25 minutes, so we use our now open Faspasses (9:15-10:15 slot) to ride with no wait. In and out by 9:35, having once again enjoyed this superb and unique attraction. Sadly the new Magic Bands and Fastpass Plus regime seems to have scotched our usual plan of dashing to the machines, getting passes then riding on standby. That or it's simply busier than we've experienced before. Ah well, two good rides in 30 minutes isn't bad, and we stroll back towards Mickey's Hat and around Echo Lake to The Muppetvision theatre for 9:50. We are straight in, catching the new and amusing pre-show, and seated in the middle of a half-full auditorium for this dated but funny show. There are quite a few bits I'd completely forgotten. We leave the show at 10:20, to hazy sunshine and increasingly hot temperatures. We walk down the Streets of America, with the clever perspective-view effects, … and round to Pixar Lane, which is like an oven and very busy. The standby line for Toy Story Mania is 65 minutes (I wouldn't wait that long for free beer!) but we walk straight in with our Fastpass reservations. We're pretty pathetic overall, posting scores of 70,900 (Amanda) and 114,200 (me) but it is undoubtedly great fun! I'm not sure I'd want to do it several times back to back though, as it is quite frenetic! Out at 10:40, we restroom and walk across to the Indiana Jones show, arriving at 10:55. It is virtually full, but we get reasonable seats on the right side of the middle blocks. I'll be sad when this show eventually goes, but it is almost past its sell-by date. The last time we came I was picked as a crowd extra, and ended up having to fake an over the top death scene! Too hot for that today, thanks, and we sit to watch the show. We leave the theatre at 11:50, feeling peckish, and choose the nearby Backlot Express. I'm not over keen on the fast food at MGM, sorry, DHS, but the chili dog and grilled veggie sandwich we select (with fries, and costing $19.69, charged to the Magic Band) are actually very tasty. By the time we've fished eating, the place is rammed, with several large tour groups having arrived together just after us. One FP+ left now! for Star Tours. The standby line is about 30 minutes but of course we waltz right in. My kids used to like this, but I'd got a bit bored with it I've the years, so we're delighted to discover it has been completely revamped, with a fresh story line, 3D effects and great graphics! Really enjoy this. It's now 12:35 and we are pretty much done for today, as we have completed our favourites and still have a busy day ahead. We stroll back along the waterside path to the Boardwalk, …. having a quick peek at the Luna Pool area and the Wyland Gallery store on the way.