A Day in the Kingdom

A day off at Magic Kingdom

Wednesday, two of my roommates and I started our day off bright and early to get to Magic Kingdom before it got too crowded. When we got off our bus at The Contemporary, a Cast Member handed us fast passes to meet Cinderella and one of her friends at Princess Fairytale Hall. Wednesday was Fairytale Hall’s Grand Opening, so we were excited to see it.

Fairytale Hall

As soon as we got to Magic Kingdom, we headed to Space Mountain because the wait was only 10 minutes. When we got in line, the greeter asked us if we would wait a few minutes, because he had a card trick to show us.


The magician

We said okay, and then he showed us his little card trick. After confusing us with his trick, he gave us a “rider switch” pass, which we used as a FastPass. We walked right on the ride and would have without our special pass. After that, we headed to Princess Fairytale Hall to meet Cinderella and her friend Aurora. It was so cute inside, and it was fun watching the little children interact with the princesses.

The highlight of our day was definitely meeting Winnie the Pooh! He’s so cute and holds a very special place in our hearts. We took pictures to show another one of our roommates who just loves Pooh and wasn’t able to join us. Tigger was extra bouncy Wednesday, so we didn’t get to spend as much time as we’d like with Pooh.


How cute!


Pooh is our favorite!

After meeting Winnie the Pooh, we had some lunch and went on It’s a Small World and Peter Pan’s Flight. We went on The Haunted Mansion, and then it started to rain so we hung out in the Christmas Store in Liberty Square before making a beeline to Pirates of the Caribbean.

We ended our day at Magic Kingdom by getting a Mickey bar, ice cream sandwich and cream cheese pretzel (one each) and then took the monorail back to The Contemporary so we could catch our bus to go back the apartments.

It was a nice change of pace to have a Magical Day instead of a Wild Day!


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