Knowing it would be a late night before, we planned breakfast at our hotel so we only had to roll out of bed to get there.
Donna and Pam introduced me to the the Wave for breakfast a few years ago. They considered it an undiscovered secret. Well it isn’t that anymore. We checked in and had to wait about 10 minutes to be seated.
There is a menu to order from or you can do the breakfast buffet. The buffet isn’t as big as other places, like Boma, but I like it because it has some different items. I enjoy the sweet potato pancakes and the cheesy hash browns especially.
Today was our full day in the Magic Kingdom. We decided to ride the monorail around to get there instead of walking.
I played with the settings on my phone for some different photos in the hub.
We had our three Fast Passes for the day. Everything else had a pretty long wait time. We chose to wait for a few rides, with an hour being the longest we were willing to do.
I had all my race medals with me as I wanted to get a picture in front of the castle with them. Sometimes you can get a cast member that wants to have some fun and take some more interesting pictures with the medals. It wasn’t my lucky day for that, but I was happy to have my picture.
We had an early dinner at 4 pm at Liberty Tree Tavern. The dinner here is served family style and it is an all you care to eat Thanksgiving dinner. You start with a salad and rolls. Then you get a platter with turkey, pork and roast beef (which is my favorite). There is stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy and macaroni and cheese. The server will bring you more of whatever you like. For dessert, you get the Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake with vanilla ice cream. I have eaten here a few times and always enjoy it.
It had been a long day before so we were ready to make it an early night. We looked through the shops and then walked back to the room. We hung out for a little bit and then called it a night.
I will leave this post with a few pictures from Small World, my favorite ride!