We had a great time, but in my book, Disneyland beats Disney World, hands down.
Here's an overview of our few days in Orlando:
The Disney Monorail stopped in our hotel, which was pretty cool - very convenient. The transportation system was amazing, but Disney World is so big that a bus ride between two of the parks can take 20-30 minutes.
You can't get much more Disney than this (the castle in the Magic Kingdom)!
Jack and Ethan with Donald Duck in Frontierland (Jack was a bit reluctant, but it's pretty cute, don't you think?!)
Mickey and Minnie topiaries; just one of the cute Disney touches throughout the parks.
Candy apples. Can't imagine anyone eating them, but they look gorgeous.
My beautiful boys:
Andrew and Ethan partaking in the strange custom of eating smoked turkey legs. People everywhere were eating them, and we thought they looked gross, so the boys tried them. Waste of $20 - they threw them out after a couple of bites!
How did our kids ever manage to amuse themselves at breakfast before iPhones and iPods were invented???? (Good to see the art of conversation is not lost.)
One of the gorgeous views on the safari we took in Animal Kingdom (the best of all the parks):
Andrew celebrated his birthday while we were away. We enjoyed a special meal in another of the Disney hotels. Jane, our friend, had bought several gifts, and wrapped them all in Disney brochures (since we had no wrapping paper). I thought that was pretty cute.
Okay, I'm off to sort through the Las Vegas photos now, so I can share the last instalment with you!