Saturdays are much, much busier in the park!
We decided to forgo the audio description device as it was way more trouble than it was worth. So we were free to explore right away.
One of the coolest things we did was ride the monorail over to Downtown Disney for lunch. We found an awesome LEGO store with a wall of bricks and a build your own minifig. I think Little Mister was in LEGO heaven.
Another fun moment: Mister lost a tooth. At Small World.
Because there was so much time spent waiting in line, the kids all practiced magic tricks, like pulled-apart thumbs; and Curly mastered saying Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.
In the afternoon, the girls decided to ride Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, while the boys headed to Tom Sawyer Island. The California drought gave way and the rain poured on us, the whole time we were in line! Unlike home, it was a warm rain, and the three girls huddled under one plastic poncho.
That night, we wanted to see the fireworks, so we left the park to get dinner and a bit of a rest.
More like Zonk! I was reported to have snored.
But, I was back awake for the firework show. It was nearly canceled due to wind, but we got lucky.
We did a last, late-night ride on Pirates (my favorite), and then home to bed.
The step counter on my phone reported 12,409 steps that day, and that was just when I was carrying my phone!