Christmas at Disney
Last Friday we took our annual Christmas trip to Disney. It was a blast. If you’ve never been to Disney at Christmastime, you’ve got to do it. Ideally before mid-December and avoiding the week of thanksgiving, unless you like crowds. But Disney at Christmas is truly magical. The parks have a whole different look (parts start decorating in August to get everything ready in time!) There are special Christmas shows, parades, and all kinds of fun.
We started out at Epcot.
Trying to talk Papa into another shoulder ride 😉 We do lunch at Biergarten, the buffet in Germany. It is fantastic. The food is delicious, the live music is great, and it’s just a really good time.
The kids were unimpressed with the buffet until we found watermelon on the dessert table 🙂 Faith has been known to swipe an open stroller seat from time to time. Waiting for a Christmas story. Each country in Epcot has a performer who tells about how they celebrate Christmas in their country. It is so much fun. Norway is our favorite, with Julenissen, the Christmas barn elf 🙂 There was a really cool Frozen exhibit in Norway, too, featuring real artifacts that inspired styles in the movie. After dark we made our way over to Hollywood Studios for the Osbourne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights. Alia was tired <3Merry Christmas!