After watching the ending of the parade, we walked through the shops on Main Street
and turned into Tomorrowland.
We tried to get on Space Mountain, but the wait time was over an hour, so we decided to ride it later and went on the Tomorrowland Transit Authority (PeopleMover) and then on Buzz instead.
*** Note *** they left the door open in the stretching portrait room, so it kinda ruined the whole 'this chamber has no windows and no doors' thing.
(singing) I don't wanna be buried.. in a pet cemetary.....
The Liberty Belle is Florida's version of the Mark Twain. From what I could tell, the Mark Twain is bigger.
Yep. The birds are just as fat here as they are in Anaheim.
After that it was time to head over to the Liberty Tree Tavern in Liberty Square for Dinner.
If you have never eaten there, I encourage you to try it on your next trip. The atmosphere and the service are great, and the food was delicious. You start with a roll with some sweetened butter and a fresh salad in vinaigrette dressing. Then comes the main course. Whipped Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Macaroni and Cheese, Stuffing, Sliced Turkey Breast (fresh, not processed), Sliced Roast Beef, Sliced Ham in a Mustard Sauce, and Turkey Gravy. After that we were given a hot peach cobbler for dessert topped off with a scoop of Vanilla ice cream. Oh.. in case I forgot to mention.. all of these dishes are all you can eat.
When the parade was over, we headed to Splash Mountain and to Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. Big Thunder was one of the few rides that I could honestly say I liked better at WDW. Not only is the ride longer, but there are hydraulics on the car which make it feel like the tracks are giving away in the flooded town and rockslide scenes. We rode that multiple times til the park closed and we headed back to the Pop Century.
Day 2 coming soon.