All of us were about spent by the time we made it to Epcot, but wanted to make sure we soaked it all in, regardless of how tired we were or how bad our feet hurt. I'm happy that we pushed through, because Epcot was beautiful and basically evolved around food. The entire park was decorated in elaborate flower displays of everything Disney. It was ridiculously gorgeous.
^^^ It was fun being able to see the enormous golf ball (I think that's what it is) up close and in person. ^^^
^^^ Love this guy of mine. ^^^
^^^ P's new favorite thing is running away from us. If only you could see the way she runs. It's too cute. Her little right arms flops back and forth and you worry she's going to trip, because of the way she drags her feet. ^^^
^^^ We got a quick peek at Mary Poppins. ^^^
We were starving, by the time we made it to Epcot, so we decided to eat a little bit from every country and we did just about that. We had fish in chips from England, a cronut from America, eclairs, macaroons, creme brulee and a crepe from France (they were to die for) some nachos, coconut tres leches and some bean and rice concoction from Mexico. We missed a couple of the country's but were too stuffed to even think about eating anymore.
The replicas of each country were beautiful. It made me want to travel the world. It was fun to get a taste of each of the country's scenery.
We weren't originally planning on staying until the firework show, but decided to stick it out. I was so happy that we did. The light show that took place across the huge lake was spectacular. Music played while each city lit up with bright lights and fireworks blasted through the air. It was a colorful magical experience all wrapped into one amazing night.