Our first trip to Disney, we stayed at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort. The kids were 10 months, 5 and 6. Hollins was so young we didn’t have to do any princess things so we focused on the boys and riding rides. The great thing about Disney is that I could have Hollins in the Baby Bjorn and ride plenty of rides in Magic Kingdom. This is just a small part of all that we did that trip.
We treated ourselves to a delicious Warm Cinnamon Roll and the kids enjoyed LeFou’s Brew (Frozen Apple Juice). We even gotten to meet Gaston himself!!!
We ate dinner that night had Mama Melrose. If you are craving Italian this is the place for you!
The Penne alla Vodka was delicious.
Watching the Fantastic Fireworks in Hollywood Studios was definitely a highlight. When you get the Fantasmic Meal Package you eat at one the restaurants (we chose Mama Melrose) in Hollywood and then get special (upclose) seating for the fireworks display that night. The show has it all! Water, fire, fireworks and Mickey and lots of Disney characters fighting all of your favorite Disney villains!
If you want a nice meal- for a special occasion- California Grill is perfect. We celebrated my dad’s birthday while we were there. I called and spoke to the pastry chef before we went and they had a custom cake made for him. It was terrific! When the kids were that age, I would have never taken them to such a nice restaurant, but in Disney it’s completely acceptable. They had food options for the kids while the rest of us dined on steaks and sushi. We had a terrific experience!
Every time we’ve gone to Disney this is where we go to meet Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and Pluto. It, also, has an amazingly delicious breakfast. Mickey-shaped waffles, hashbrown casserole, bacon, fresh fruit and a zillion other yummy breakfast things. It is one of my favorite places to eat in Disney.
This last day we went to Downtown Disney (now called Disney Springs). All we had time to do was grab a quick lunch and check out the Lego store.