This was our last full day at the Walt Disney World Resort and all the hip people wanted to rent speed racer boats and head out on Seven Seas Lagoon and Bay Lake, but I don't have any pictures of that because my mom and were at the Magic Kingdom.
We went on the Jungle Cruise which is an all time favorite before hitting all the rides in Fantasyland. Yep, this is a picture I took of Fantasyland. They are expanding and reimagining this space which will open some time in 2012... or later.
Everyone met up with us for lunch after the boats. We ate that the Plaza which is a little restaurant on Main Street, right across from the castle. Sigh, isn't it beautiful? I hope Cinderella is living happily ever after in there....
After lunch I had to attend to some business so I went to the Business Center at our hotel. There wasn't a lot of stuff there to take pictures of so I present a wall of clocks, showing the current time in every Disney Park. I know, EXCITEMENT! Really the best part of my time spent there was this lovely couple who were shipping three gigantic boxes of presents to their grandchildren back home in Mississippi along with a huge, $12,000 Thomas Kinkade painting of Bambie. The most memorable quote, "If something gets mixed up its okay, we all live on the same 32 acres." That's code for they all have trailer homes on the same plot of land. I know this because some of my best friends live in double wides on their parent's property. I'm not passing judgment, only it leads me to wonder if they were really spending the settlement they received after their son died in an industrial accident wisely.