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Last Day

Saturday was our last day in the park.  I felt a little sad on the way in. The sadness quickly dissipated when I realized how crowded it was.  I don't know if I have ever seen crowds like this.  Despite the crowds, we rode 11 rides.  I couldn't believe it. 


Our "meeting" place.  This place has great bathrooms.  We always seemed to start and end our day at City Hall. 





Our first stop was Mickey's PhilharMagic.  It is the best show! All the boys loved it. Then we went to use our Fast Passes at Pooh Bear. 




Mom excels at "photo bombing." 



Then we made our way over to the circus area to ride Dumbo. 








Then it was off to lunch at "Be out Guest."  This restaurant is in the Beauty and the Beast section.  We made a quick stop at the Gaston statue. 




The view from "Be our Guest"


The entrance to the restaurant.



Waiting in line at the restaurant.


We sat in the ballroom.  But we went to look at the drawing room and the West Wing. 



The "Gray Stuff" cupcake.  So good.








Next we rode the "Little Mermaid."  It got stuck for a few minute under the eels.  Sam was a little nervous. 








Impromptu, "I love you mom" moment.


We rode the Seven Dwarves Mine Train again.  We used Fast Passes. The line was almost 2 hours long for standby. 




PhilharMagic for the second time. 




Pirates of the Caribbean. 





Space Mountain.  Finn loved it this time.  Michael stayed with Cooper, Hank, Quinn and Sam.


We finished the day with Peter Pan and Small World. 





Our "exit" picture.  I admittedly cried. It was such a great trip. 

Later that evening Me, Michael, Emily and Zac went back to Magic Kingdom.  We watched "Wishes" again.  Then we walked around some of the shops.  About the time we were set to go, the "Once Upon a Time" show started.  It was so good!





They begged to have this picture taken.  It was quite embarrassing. 




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