Today marks 20 years that Kevin and I have been married. Crazy right? But honestly it just gets better every year.
We were up early today and off to the Polynesian Resort.
to have breakfast at Ohana’s.
The food was delicious. Everything is served family style by your “cousin”, starting with pineapple coconut bread – which was oh, so yummy. This was followed by a fruit plate. Then the main plate (minus sausages and bacon for us) and Mickey waffles. Everything was delicious but the eggs and potatoes (seasoned with salt, pepper and sugar!!!!!) were outstanding.
Ohana’s is a character breakfast with Stitch….
Lilo, Mickey and Pluto….
Following breakfast we headed to the Florida Mall for a fun day (at least for us girls) of shopping.
were we all made our very own bag of m&m’s. Love the wall of colour.
We visit quite a few stores…..
Had the girls Santa photos taken. Amy was such a good sport.
And we had a first golden spotting of the trrip (two in fact).
Lunch consisted of an amazing Peppermint Shake from Godiva and a rice salad from the food court.
More shopping…. another trip to Bath & Body Works….
New suitcases (bought for Germany and to transport our shopping home) from Macy’s…
A new build a bear for Amy and clothes for hippo for Christy.
And lastly a visit to Sephora.
I think Christy was glad when it was all over.
We headed back home for a short rest (we’d been at the mall from 10am – 3.30pm) before heading back out to the Grand Flordian Resort.We arrived just as the fireworks were going off at the Magic Kingdom.
Oh, boy, the lobby has to be seen to be believed. Just check out the size of the tree! And there was a live band playing.
We were here to have dinner at…
A character meal with Prince Charming, who was most charming and insisted on having a photo with me since it was my wedding anniversary.
We then met the lovely Cinderella…
and her step-sisters and step-Mum… who were rather funny….
I must admit my dinner doesn’t look much (and I served it on a kids Mickey plate just because I could) but everything was so delicious.
Desert was equally yummy but I didn’t eat too much of it.
After dinner we had a look around the resort and checked out the gingerbread house (so big it serves as a shop). We had wanted to buy some gingerbread but it was all covered in chocolate so we didn’t bother.
We finished our visit with a family photo in front of the tree.