The girls got into their Minnie dresses and after we got going, we had to go to the ticket booths first. Linda and I have Annual Passes (of course), but until now, Addy and Riley had been getting in for free because they weren't three years old yet. So, on this their 6th visit, we finally had to pay to get them in. Naturally, we got them Annual Passes too!
When you go with twin three year olds, it's my advice to just let them take the lead. They each took turns telling us which rides they wanted to go on and we did the Tea Cups, the Astro Blasters Rockets, and Buzz Lightyear. Lunch at Village Haus Restaurant in Fantasyland. Took the Monorail back to the hotel (see pic) for some quiet time.
After naps back at the hotel that we all needed, we took the Monorail back to the park and rode on the Jungle Cruise. With the wheelchair lift boat, it's very accessible for Grandpa!. After that we did two other wheelchair accessible rides, Winnie the Pooh in Critter Country and back to Fantasyland for King Arthur's Carrousel. The Cast Member at the carousel let us go around twice which is always a nice touch! Linda and the girls got in line just in time at Pinocchio's Daring Journey before it closed for the evening.
This time of year the parks close at 8pm, so we left to go have a late "breakfast for dinner" at Denny's on Harbor Blvd. A great way to end the day. Got back to the hotel a bit late, but the girls went right to sleep and we all got ready for the next day.