The Disney transportation system really is a marvel. We caught our bus just before 9:00 and disembarked at Hollywood Studios just in time to get to Disney Junior Play 'N Dine at Hollywood & Vine. This was a character breakfast buffet of the first order. The only complaint I had was that there was too much food.
The three who skipped the Tower had FastPasses to the Ariel Show. Fortunately, it wasn't very busy so the rest of us got into the same show. Then we wandered through some exhibits of things from Walt Disney's life before getting a screening of scenes from the upcoming movie The Good Dinosaur.
Our next ride was Toy Story, another shooting ride similar to Buzz Lightyear. I though I had done quite well but it turned out that Mike beat me 155,000 to 75,000. I am still scratching my head over that since I waxed his butt on Lightyear.
It was hot so we repaired to some shaded outdoor tables next to a bar. Alcohol in Walt Disney World. What a treat. Kim was carded while ordering a Margarita, which made her day. I got into a conversation with a couple from Phoenix who ran a landscaping business. They were afraid they might have to lay people off due to increased costs stemming from Obamacare. Remember when it was considered impolite to talk politics?
When Mike, Kim and the girls headed for Honey, I Shrunk The Kids, Sandy and I decided to return to the hotel.
On the bus back to the hotel, Sandy and I noted that the two girls sitting behind us were having a conversation in which every second word was "Like". They were cute but it was annoying. Back at the Contemporary, we found a market behind the Fantasia gift shop. They had all manner of things and many could be had for a Snack credit on our meal plan.
The rest of the family arrived back just before 4:00 PM. Mike took the girls to the pool while Sandy and Kim napped. I worked on the blog again while letting Milk of Magnesia help me resolve an ongoing issue of a personal nature.
Around 7:00 PM, we wandered over to the Contempo Cafe for supper. I had a large tuna pita which was very nice. Afterwards, we returned to the room where we were able to watch the lights and gear the music as the show barges were towed around the lake. I was the last one to fall asleep around 10:00 PM.