We spent a day at Epcot Center going on some of the rides and doing a lot of walking around visiting the different countries that were represented. The girls had a mission - to find Belle and Mulan! When they did find them, they were able to get their autograph books signed by the strong princesses they've always looked up to! They also loved the Little Nemo ride that made them feel like they were all a part of living under the sea.
At night we saw the Epcot globe lit up purple and got together with our group to eat at Coral Reef Restaurant...what an adventure!! We got to eat in front of a HUGE fish tank where there was an ecosystem of aquatic life which the girls adored. We even had a diver stop by and join us for a bit inside the tank! Other than the incredible view we had from our dinner table, the food was delicious and it was just such a relaxing and much needed place to unwind after the tiring daytime.
To finish the day off with a cherry on top we saw an amazing performance of Reflections on Earth which was a big show and a grand fireworks extravaganza show full of beautiful colors that blew my girls away!
Our final day was at Magic Kingdom, probably my daughter's favorite park. We had an amazing breakfast at the Be Our Guest restaurant based on the movie Beauty and The Beast. We were served our breakfast in this beautiful ballroom that was designed to look just like the Be Our Guest scene from the movie. Even the waiters and waitresses were dressed accordingly in costumes!
My daughters finally got to meet after a lifetime of watching them on the TV screen and getting to talk with them in real life and taking pictures, holding hands with the characters really put a huge smile on their face. There are a lot of thing to do in this park and the girls had their first roller coaster at the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train! We went all together and as you can see my oldest in the front is holding on for dear life, while my youngest in the back has the biggest smile on her face (she’s more of a daredevil). When we got off the ride, the two of them both could not express how much they loved it. After, we went to the Disney Springs where it’s an outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment complex, good for both adults and kids to enjoy. We Had gone there for an early dinner trying the Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’ where they had lovely options to eat. Soooo delicious!
Then we went for the girls favorite part.. the Bibbidi Boddidi Boutique to get princess makeovers!! The girls got to choose their favorite princess makeover (my eldest chose Belle and my little one picked Aurora). They were taken to to get the whole royal treatment as a true princess would get like having their hair, makeup, and nails done. Watching them was really such a delight to see their faces light up at the thought of transforming into real princesses. Though in my eyes they are forever my Princesses. After the whole makeover process they went for a beautiful photoshoot with these incredible backdrops that made them look like they were in their Disney film. And just like that, our trip ended with a Princess happy ending!
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