for our last day at disney world, we headed to the magic kingdom - the easiest of the parks for us to get to from our hotel since there was a monorail station in the main building.
we were greeted by tinkerbell as we made our way down main street.
the old lady and i made a beeline for one of our favorite attractions in all of disney world - the classic "carousel of progress." we love this cheesy, corny rotating stage show so much, although the others...did not. oops. sorry not sorry, guys.
it was drizzly again that day, and as it started to come down a little harder we made our way into fantasyland, where we decided to see if luck was on our side for an open table at the beauty and the beast-themed "be our guest" full service restaurant. i'd tried and tried to get a reservation, but they always book up as soon as the openings become available. and i wasn't really feeling particularly lucky, but i should've known that the hub would somehow work his magic and get us in.
it was just as cool inside as we'd always imagined, and we had a little time to look around before walking through the main "ballroom" and being seated at a table in the almost-too-dark "beast's library."
lunch was a prix-fixe meal, with delicious options like lobster bisque and a charcuterie board for appetizers:
there was pork tenderloin and filet mignon for the main course:
and a fun little trio of sweets for dessert. the "grey stuff" was served in an edible white chocolate cup shaped like chip from the movie.