OH... and since it is Christmas Eve today I hope you all have a magical day and wonderful Christmas.
Did you know there's a Starbucks in the Magic Kingdom!! I was super excited.
Starbucks and Disney. Could live possibly get any better?
I've wanted to see the hall of presidents ever since I was a little kid and saw a special about it on the Disney Chanel. We finally got to go this year and even Rosie was excited about it. We told her it was a show with lots of robots. She loves robots.
Every single president of the United States.
I was especially impressed with how life like they were. They moved and look around like real people even when the spot light wasn't on them.
We sat in the back because we had Obi with us, but next time I'm going to sit in the front so I can get a close up look at them.
I did Disney nails.
One of the most wonderful moments of the vacation was when Rosie got to meet Ariel. Rosie was so excited and so sweet. She introduced Dancing Bear.
They had a long conversation about dancing
And then Ariel asked Rosie to show her how she danced.
I was pretty excited about finding this stuffed Beast.
William sitting in Gaston's chair in Gaston's Tavern
It's a very manly room, just like the movie.
In front of Beast's castle
Our dinner reservation was late enough that we got to exit the park during the Halloween after hours party. Usually you have to have special tickets for it. We did not. But since we left the park later we got to stay and watch the special Halloween Parade.
It was pretty spectacular and the kids and every one loved it.
Our last bus ride of our vacation, back to our hotel.
It was truly a magical trip. Our days were long and we were all so tired. But we had so much fun and lived every minute of our time at Disney World. The Magic Kingdom is still our favorite. We didn't run around and try to ride every ride or see every land. But we did ride all our favorites and made sure we had plenty of time to just sit and enjoy our selves. We also took lots of time to shop in the super cool shops. Sometimes it's just nice to take your time and look around and all the magic around you.
The only thing that could possibly make Disney World more magical and more wonderful is going at Christmas time. But Halloween is still a pretty fantastic time to be there.