Day 5, Our trip is almost over. Sad really, but we are also really excited to go home and see my husband who was in Africa on business (which is why he was not in Disneyland with us). We started the day out by visiting Fantasyland, the part of Disneyland made for the kid in all of us. You get to soar over London in Peter Pan’s flight, go down the rabbit hole with Alice, soar above the skies on Dumbo. It is amazing really. Then we headed over to the Monorail and took our ride to Downtown Disney where we had lunch at my very favorite restaurant in the whole wide world, The Rainforest Cafe. First off, I was really excited because finally I found a restaurant that carries Cherry Coke, Whew got to have it before we got back to Canada, crisis averted! I had the delicious Pastalaya which is basically Jambalaya but on linguine instead of rice, delicious and spicy!
My dad had the Combo fajita, which looked pretty tasty indeed. Mom had the Blue Mountain Chicken Sandwich, all the kids ordered kid’s meals. It was a perfect delicious lunch, and a must stop if you find yourself in Anaheim. Next, we shopped our way down downtown Disney, finishing with a stop at The World of Disney and did our big vacation shop. Then back to the hotel for a must needed rest.
For dinner we all split up, mom stayed at the hotel for the evening, and as the little ladies really wanted to wait in line to meet both Tinkerbell and then Rapunzel, we decided the boys should just head off in search of their own fun. So off to Tomorrowland they went, while we went in search of princesses and fairies, after we had got the signatures and pictures it was time for dinner. The Rapunzel character meet conveniently exits into the Village Haus Restaurant, so the girls and I headed to the tills. We decided to share a cheese pizza and Apple Cheddar Salad. The salad was delicious absolutely filled with cheese, apples, cranberries, walnuts, with a very complimentary honey yogurt dressing.
Then for our treat we headed back to the Jolly Holiday Bakery for some more baked goods. Yup, we are girls and that’s how we roll. This time I had the flourless chocolate cake, which was pretty much heaven in my mouth. Jordan had the Oatmeal Raisin cookie and Autumn had the Danish. Plus some hot cocoas, to warm our cold fingers. We left not a single bite, so I guess you could say that was one good treat!