First Two Days at Disney World

Current Location: Fort Wilderness Campground, Bay Lake, Florida

On Monday, we headed to Epcot. We stayed most of the day and into the evening, but got too cool before their nightly light and fireworks show. We had breakfast at home, lunch at Teppan Edo in the Japanese area, and dinner at Via Napoli.

Epcot Selfie

Epcot Selfie

This morning, we had breakfast at Trail’s End restaurant here at Fort Wilderness before boarding our boat to head over to the Magic Kingdom again. Lunch was a quick dining experience at Columbia Harbor House. We tried a selfie with Goofy, but couldn’t hold the phone out far enough. We had a passerby take a picture for us.

Not quite a selfie.

Not quite a selfie.

Dinner was at The Crystal Palace, and was a fairly late affair (7:40 PM), which meant we were in the middle of eating when the fireworks happened at 8:00. Despite not seeing the fireworks, we did get to visit with Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Piglet and Eeyore. They all signed our autograph books (that we’re putting together for both granddaughters) and Malcolm took pictures of each of them with Val.

Picture with Tigger

Picture with Tigger

Malcolm adopted a new travel companion who will show up in our pictures on Instagram (at least) – Bullseye. Here he is lining up a shot with Bullseye.

Hold still

Hold still

And the result.

Yay!

Yay!

We rode a couple rides together, and ended up giving up on one (it stopped working while we were in line). Malcolm rode the roller coasters on his Fast Pass. Val had the books signed and pictures taken with a couple princesses. We beat a hasty path back to the campground before the final parade in the Magic Kingdom.

Castle at Night

Castle at Night

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