Happy Birthday Tuvaleen!
Happy birthday, Tuvaleen!!! I love the cake!!There was a big event this weekend.
Tuvaleen is one!
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Tuvalette made sure all the gifts were ready for her little sister.
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An empty box is the best present!
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Pulling off the wrapping can be fun too!
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As soon as busy Em gets some free time to work on her pictures, I will conclude this trip report!
Did you all enjoy the restaurant? Thinking about making an ADR here for my upcoming trip.Since this trip is primarily Em-centric (it is her spring break after all) she picked our ADRs.
Tonight’s dinner was here.
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Although the menu did not have the item she wanted (and had a lesser version of the item I wanted) we were satisfied with our meals.
Afterwards the birds went for a boat ride.
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THERE'S NO SHAME AT ALL TO BE SINGING ALONG TO THE MUSIC DURING ANY FIREWORKS AT DISNEY RESORTS! NONE AT ALL!!We’ve been in the World 4 nights.
And haven’t seen Happily Ever After.
Em and I are having withdrawal symptoms.
Time to get our fix.
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We are not ashamed to admit we sang along.
No other guests were nearby so we didn’t disturb anyone.
It was such a perfect end to the day.
I was curious about the drive. We are going to be driving this time, as my parents do not fly. What I was surprised about was your length of drive time. Apple maps has our drive time at 7:34 and we’re two states above you. Granted, it’s probably not factoring in certain things (and it being at night).So how was driving versus flying?
During the past few years I have flown to WDW more often than driven. My last 4 trips were via aircraft. Living 7-8 hours from Disney via car, flying is not a huge time saver but offers more ways to pass the time so the journey is less boring. However, traveling by car gives flexibility and convenience and I found myself really enjoying both the drive down and back, despite periods of heavy traffic. (And heavy rain....but Woody was the driver during the single monsoon, so less anxiety for me!)