Once we’d completed our photo shoot we made our way behind Cinderella’s castle to go to ‘Be Our Guest’ for breakfast. This is a new dining option that Disney offers and we all enjoyed our breakfast…especially since it was ‘Free!!!’ I booked this trip 1 year ago when Hannah and I were here in 2014 and the offer I booked included Free Dining. With our resort room I secured free meals for us and I upgraded by paying about $20/day for the 2 of us to enjoy special table service restaurants. It’s a great deal and upgrading works perfectly for us!
Hannah and I shared and open faced toasted baguette with brie, arugula, bacon and 2 poached eggs one it. It also came with a little bit of fresh fruit, a tray of mixed pastries and beverages for both of us. We enjoyed our meal and I’m sure we’ll return for breakfast again next year. This was what was left after I’d taken Hannah’s portion off…and remembered to take a picture.
We were already in Fantasyland so after breakfast hopped in the line to ride Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. One of our favourites!
After Seven Dwarfs it was off to the teacups. Hannah, Uncle Dave and Kallen like to spin like crazy so we sent them off together while the other 3 of us sat in a little less spinney teacup! I love the relationship Hannah has with her Uncle Dave!
At this point we saw a big storm rolling in so we headed over to an area where we could ride a few things without having to go outside too much between rides. We tried out the new interactive queue at Peter Pan. Very creative!
It was still raining pretty hard so we visited ‘Mickey’s Philharmagic’ and ‘it’s a small world’. By this point the rain had stopped for the day (yay!!) and we had FastPasses for the princess so we set off to visit them.
One of the rides Hannah had chosen to skip last year was the Tomorrowland Speedway but this year was a different story. She did so well!