We got there and went down Main Street and found the photo pass photographer. We had to wait in line a bit and the kids were now hungry and tired, so Meaghan now refused to cooperate in any manner. Mike was irritated at her for being so difficult. We got some photos through the photo pass and then went on back to the frontier land and at the Harter house. Everyone was again ready for the AC, the break from the muggy heat and crowds.
After eating, we went on down to the Pirates of the Caribbean ride and we were taken to a back entrance and put right onto the ride. Meaghan was really hesitant to go on this, but we didn’t give her much choice and it turned out that she didn’t mind it too much and actually kind of liked it. It was unbelievable but it was already almost 8pm. We knew the parade started at 9, so if we were going to be able to make it out of the park before the parade, we needed to get moving. We took off for the front of the park and made our way back to the hotel. We stopped at the food courts and picked up some ice cream bars. We headed on back to the room and got the girls ready for bed and Mike and I packed up our things for home.
Wow, it really had been 4 days already and 3 very busy/packed days in the park too.
Mike went up to the concierge desk and check us in for the flight home and got the time that the Disney’s Magical Express would pick us up to take us to the airport. He also picked up some t shirts and mickey/princess ears for the kids for them to walk up too on that last morning. Honey ate her dinner and she conked out near the AC register.
The girls wiped out after 3 hard days at the parks!