On Tuesday we got ourselves up as early as we possibly could and made our way to Epcot.
I managed to forget Rosie's sun glasses (but I did remember the sun screen!) So we had to stop and buy her some new ones. Doesn't she look so cute and cool in her new glasses?
Epcot is a very different place than the Magic Kingdom. It's not quite as fun for the younger kids but for slightly older kids I think it could be really fun.
Rosie did like riding on the space ship right though and pretending she was an astronaut. We also spent A LOT of time in the Nemo area. I hadn't realized it the last time we came, bu they actually have a huge aquarium right there in Epcot!
It's so big that they have both Dolphins AND Manatees (my favorite!) They also have a climbing space and a fun show about sea turtles and pretty much very fish and jelly fish and sting ray that you can imagine.
And they even have special Disney Starbucks cups!
Rosie wanted ice cream for lunch. Which seemed like a good vacation idea to me.
We were also lucky enough to be visiting during Food and Wine Festival.
The Food and Wine Festival consists of hundreds of booths set up around Epcot from different countries of the world. Each booth has about three things on the menu and for a small price you can get a sampling of food from each country. It was fantastic food.
My favorite thing about Epcot the pavilions from countries around the world. Each pavilion is set up to closely resemble how an average street would look. The staff for each pavilion also comes directly from that country. So you get a real feel for how it would be to actually be visiting that country.
It's fun to talk to the staff in each place and learn a little bit about their country. The restaurants in each pavilion serve food from that country and the shops sell things that often times can only be found in that country.
Each country has a coloring area for little kids. We spent a long time in England coloring.
England is also the place where you can meet Winnie the Pooh!
Obadiah was so excited to meet Pooh Bear and ran right up to him and gave him a huge hug.
After a long time in England we moved on to France for more eating and shopping. France is my favorite of all the pavilions and I enjoy eating there more than any other.
I really enjoyed the cheese plate I got in France but Obi was more in love with the chocolate muse.
The kids also found some crowns and swords they liked.
And that completed our day at Epcot. We were all very tired and a little sore (from all the walking and carrying of babies) and we all very much looked forward to sleeping in the next day.