Ah! It’s the third and final Walt Disney World post.
We were having the best time and weren’t ready to leave…but, I think that’s the sign of a great trip, right?
Today, I’m recapping our third and final day there, and Erika is too! Don’t forget to click on over to her blog because even though we were doing the same thing, we have different pics and share different experiences.
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Today, is PART THREE, but don’t forget to click back if you missed PART ONE (when we told the kids the big surprise that they were going to WDW and our day at Animal Kingdom) and PART TWO (our day at Magic Kingdom!).
Here we go with DAY THREE…
Another beautiful morning at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. We really had the loveliest weather the whole time we were there. It makes me want to move to Florida 😉 .
On this particular morning, we wanted to hurry over to Hollywood Studios before it even opened, so we grabbed a quick bite at our hotel…
…yesssss! Coffee and a croissant breakfast sandwich? Yes, please!
These two were up early but pumped about their third and final day. Several times on this trip, one of them would say “I can’t believe we’re at Disney World!”. 🙂
After breakfast, we walked down to catch the bus!
The last day is always a little bittersweet 🙂 .
We arrived at Hollywood Studios early so that we could run inside and head straight for…
This rollercoaster is new at Hollywood Studios, and because we weren’t able to get Fast Passes for it, we stood in line…and it was so worth it!! We waited about an hour, but the ride was so much fun that I would have done it again! We all loved it!
Just two girls riding rollercoasters on a Thursday morning 🙂 .
After Slinky Dog, we saw The Little Mermaid. It always startles me when it “rains” on you inside.
We had lunch reservations at The Brown Derby that day!
The food and the service was amazing! Our waiter was Haitian and could not have been more charming. I loved him!
Ashby was having no fun whatsoever.
Erika and I split their famous cobb salad as one entree and the cheeseburger and fries as the other. It was the perfect combination!
After lunch, we had a Fast Pass for…
…the Tower of Terror! Hahaha! They look scared, right?!
Those two! They both rode it last year when we went on our Disney Land & Sea Vacation, so they knew what to expect.
Hahaha! Do you see us? Holding on for dear life and screaming!
After the Tower of Terror, it was time for us to head on over to my favorite park…
I love to walk around the “countries” at Epcot. It just makes me happy!
At one point, I said to them that I just could not take another pic of them in front of a character shrub. I seriously think I have like 15 pictures of them in front of bushes shaped into people/characters. Hahaha!
We didn’t have a Fast Pass, but we waited in line for the Frozen ride in Norway. We loved it last year, and loved it again this year too!
Ashby wanted a pic in front of China 🙂 .
We stopped for gelato in Italy!
I think we’re in the USA here!
We skipped on over to Soarin’ for our final Fast Pass of the trip! I loved this one so much!! I will say though that out of all the rides on our trip, this one made me feel motion sickness. I loved it…but I did feel like I was “soaring”. It’s a pretty epic adventure though that shouldn’t be missed…I just might need Dramamine next time 😉 .
For dinner, we had reservations for dinner at…
…Rose and Crown!
We had a perfect table right on the patio where we could see the water!
Good views and good food.
Fish and Chips make us happy 🙂
Finishing off the trip in Epcot was magical.
Here they are marching out…happy and with Goofy ears on 😉 .
We love you Walt Disney World!
The next morning, we flew home and re-entered the real world. This is a trip I will remember for the rest of my life. I am so happy that I got to do this with my sweet Ashby!
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I hope you all had a great weekend! I will see you back here TOMORROW!