The props EVERYWHERE were amazing...at the vet hospital, they have a life-size Golden Retriever that breathes and is hooked up to a dripping IV and EVERYTHING. They actually CUT OPEN THE DOG, and it was realistic and gooey inside, and opened it's stomach to remove a key it had swallowed. After that we went upstairs to spend some money at a Dance Club. We came downstairs and worked at Plantation General Hospital, where they worked in the Nursery, and then as pathologists, and then as General Surgeons. The "person" they operated on had kidney stones...and it was just as real as the dog. It breathed...the oxygen mask fogged up , and the chest rose and fell, and they had to cut open the "skin", remove some organs, and use all the proper equipment to remove the stones. It was SO REAL, that when they cut the "patient" open, Savannah actually gagged and had to cover her mouth. Another kid had to leave. It's pretty intense. The girls also tried their hands at being Super models, while the boys trained as Wannado City Police Officers (and then they got to be robbers, which I'm not sure is a JOB, per se).
And there was TONS of stuff we didn't get to do...like be librarians, work at the Miami Herald as reporters, photographers, and editors, work at CNN, Cartoon Network as artists, movie actors, chefs, pizzeria cooks, airline pilots (Yes -they have the front half of a full size 737 to fly, navigate, and be a flight attendant for), dentist, radio DJ, their own CSI team, bus driver, cruise ship captain and activities director, etc. etc. IT WAS SO MUCH FUN!!!
As adults, you're not allowed into the "attractions", although most you can watch from outside through the windows. The kids are on their own with only the career guides for that profession. Most parents drop their kids off and head upstairs to a parents lounge where they have food, big screen TVs, and wireless internet access. Each kid is equipped with a bracelet with a sensor that is linked to an identical bracelet the parents wear. If you want your kids, you go to one of many "locator's" through-out the park, hold up your bracelet, and it pinpoints the locations of each of your children at all times. It also prevents anyone leaving without their parents. But Jason and I didn't want to disappear upstairs! We wanted to watch our kids explore and have fun!!I guess we're just WEIRD!!