The fake market is one of my favorites to visit though. You can find "designer" purses and sunglasses, silk scarves and robes, and all the typical souvenir chotchkies. It is never boring and I'm always finding something new.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Thursday, March 13, 2014
We visited EPCOT the next day and had fun seeing Spaceship Earth, the Land, and of course the Sea, one of the kids favorites since it has a Nemo theme and Turtle talk with Crush. This year Charlie was tall enough to go on Soarin, and after a mad dash from the front of the line to the bathroom, Charlie and I were allowed to go right back to the front and hop on the ride, which he loved. After powering through yet another day without a nap both kids crashed at dinner. Charlie didn't even make it to the table and once Lily sat down she was done. Too bad, I think they would have like the food at the Biergarten.
Over the weekend, mom, Holly, the kids and I, all headed to Ft. Lauderdale to visit with family. We took the kids to the beach, where Lily had a blast looking for shells and both kids played in the sand. We celebrated birthdays and had so much fun, but as always, it went by way too fast and Monday morning we were headed back to Clermont. Thank you everyone for a wonderful weekend!
A highlight of our Disney trip this year was our dinner luau at Ohana. We had a table right up front for the show, thank you Holly for working your magic. We got served an awesome dinner of classic Polynesian food and got to watch the kids try to learn to hula dance and then even better, we got to watch Grammy and Lucas get up on stage to celebrate their birthdays with a hula dance. After the dinner was over we were treated to some seriously good looking men and women wearing very little clothing dance around the stage showing us the different types of traditional Polynesian dances. The best part, I got a kiss on the cheek from the hottest guy there! It was an fabulous time.