The Three Mousekateers | Well Played
|Impressively beautiful, any day of the year.|
It can be played near endlessly as you collect different cards each day you enter the park.
Did I mention it's addictive?
My kiddos happily forgot about all of the rest of the most magical place on earth in hopes of rescuing Aurora's good fairies.
|Busy fighting the Mistress of All Evil|
|First Trip on the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train|
|Stand-By Entrance wait time, 70 minutes.|
No such luck.
If you might want Seven Dwarfs (or another hot ticket) for FastPass, consider booking on multiple days. It's much easier to trade for a less popular ride than pull a more popular ride with only a day or two notice.
|My Little Gargoyle|
I'd say that either way is a win.
|Beast's Ballroom Chandelier|
We spent the end of lunch looking over our schedule. As we walked out I cheerfully asked if the kids wanted to go swim at the pool or lay around and watch cartoons to rest for a while.
Kylee and Chris exchanged a long look.
Up they looked.
"Can't we rest in line while we wait to go on Space Mountain???"
Well played, younglings.
This is Part 5 of an Ongoing Trip Report "The Three Mousekateers."
Additional sections will be found on the Trip Reports page after they are posted!