um and then you pass through New Orleans Square and that's where Pirates of the Caribbean is and my favorite part of the park has. I mean I love New Orleans and I've talked about it on the show, but it's it's stunning. This part of the park. I absolutely loved it and this Pirates of the Caribbean is so different from the Pirates of the Caribbean that's in Orlando because it's a much longer attraction, right? I mean it's got to be twice as long. Some of that doesn't really show you anything other than going through some extra caves and you start in the bayou, which is a little strange. Um but you start in the bayou and you're taking a tour through the swamps and then on the right is the Blue Bayou restaurant. So you're eating in the restaurant, technically you're eating inside the attraction the same way, like when you're in the Mexico pavilion at Epcot and you have three caballeros tour and then they have the mexican restaurant right there very, very similar. That was one of my favorite parts of the ride to that by you've seen, it was so impressive because what I didn't know is they do this little gag where they have fireflies floating through the bio and it was just such an amazing touch and I was like, wow, this is, this is really going to be impressive. Um but they have a few extra scenes in there. I feel like this tells the better story than Orlando when you learn about the story of the pirate and you're basically learning about the life of a pirate, starting with his death, learning about his life and concluding on his death, another full circle thing. You don't get that at Disney world. Um they kind of just dump you right into the ride. They literally much backstory. Um, this has a couple of drops, whereas the one in Disney only has the one, they're good drops, they are good. I, this is, this is definitely the better ride of the two pirates of the Caribbean is, this one is better. But I will say that what I experienced on this, that I never experienced in Orlando is the back of the backup of boats, right? I kind of feel like, and maybe it's because the crowds in Anaheim have become so huge. I feel like they don't know how to stagger their boats properly. Yeah, because when you come back up, you get hit, you get rear ended from the boat behind you, not just that one, but there's, there's two or three boats, you kind of feel that bump multiple times. Yeah, absolutely. Even before the first drop for the first bottle next a little bit and we got, we got stuck twice before we even got into the actual attraction when we, we got stuck at the blue buy you a couple of times. So I know that, that they try to move people through as quickly as they can because crowds, especially on a busy day are really high. So it backs up all the rides and they're trying But If they eliminated three boats full of people, You'd still get tons of people moving through the ride. Maybe it adds a 15 minute wait. But I I personally would have rather waited 15 minutes then gets backed up on the ride three times. Right to me. That took away a little bit what I did like about this ride to, I mean so much of it is very, very similar, but I feel like the movie draws from this ride more so than it does in florida. I mean in florida you've got your spanish influence, but if you look into the history of why walt designed this ride um first of all, interestingly enough, it was supposed to be a wax museum was supposed to be a complete yeah educational walk through and with the success of it's a small world over at the world's fair. They said, well why not boat especially to like when you think about it, it obviously lends itself so much to the ride. Like how could you not? Um but the interesting thing was I believe it was based off of the Battle of New Orleans and that's where he got the idea to do pirates from and the name of the building which escapes me now was was named um for I think a captain in that battle. Um and that's why they do it in new Orleans Square. But I saw more parallels to the film as far as starting off in the governor's house with his daughter, because that's kind of how you're starting off here is with with the home and on the streets of New Orleans and then it takes you to the bayou. And I feel like there's um the, you know, some people will make the argument that you're you're time traveling through the bayou. A lot of people say that the, you know, the guy sitting on his houseboat deck that he was a pirate and this is a look back at his life. Um So I didn't I didn't really feel one way or the other um you know, as far as agreeing with either storyline, um I kind of like the idea of both.