The next stop on our Disney trip was Epcot. Epcot is always weird to me, it’s the park were you go to learn so it can be a little boring but there are plenty of indoor activities which is nice because Florida is hot, I don’t know if you were aware. We walked in just as the park opened and were able to walk right onto Spaceship Earth which was great. Piglet was afraid of the darkness but at the end, he liked creating his video and then the games in the basement of the ride. I had never been in that area before but Hubs insisted we check it out and it was a great time. After that we wandered into this color exhibit. We got to paint with digital paintbrushes and the kids played with these cool spinners on the wall. It was actually pretty neat.
After checking out the Nemo ride, we headed to the World Showcase for some exploring and lunch. We went to Japan for lunch and they had gluten free teriyaki so I was able to get a bento just like everyone else. A total score. I cannot emphasize enough how great Disney was with the gluten free foods. We watched some shows and window shopped before heading to the new Frozen ride as our last ride of the day. As we were waiting for our FastPass, we saw that Elsa and Anna had a 10 minute wait time so the boys are some chips and I took Blueberry to meet them. She was so cute and excited to finally meet a princess. Although she later told Hubs that “Elsa wasn’t a cartoon, it was just a lady in a dress” which cracked me up.
We got totally soaked on the Frozen ride because of water splashing up on to the seat so as we walked back to the car, everyone had a soggy butt but it was worth it. Epcot turned out to be a great day. Low key but still magical.
Stay tuned for the Animal Kingdom!