|We rode out to the observation deck...it was gorgeous!|
|Kevin, Debbie, and Seth!|
After our bike ride, we were hungry! We headed to Cookies, Too! a Bahamian BBQ joint. The boys ate more ribs than humanly possible and Debbie and I enjoyed burgers, fries, and salmon.
Pelican Plunge was a blast! After a couple of trips down the slides, we snagged some floats and enjoyed some Disney conversation with Debbie, Kevin, and Seth. It was so nice to spend time with people who are as passionate about Disney World as we are. We compared favorite resorts, rides, parks, and restaurants. Then, Josh and I headed out to Serenity Bay, the adult-only beach area.
|You know you're on a Disney Island when you board a tram.|
|That black line? Barracuda.|
Serenity Bay was everything we'd hoped for. No barriers, no loud noises, just miles of clear, blue ocean. It. Was. Perfection.
And then I turned into a human lobster.
After a long day, my sunburn had gotten a little out of hand, so we headed back to our cabin to watch the sunset from our verandah. Once again, it did not disappoint!
We showered and met Debbie, Kevin, and Seth for the final show, Disney's Believe. This show was fabulous. Technologically speaking, it was amazing. On an emotional level? Let's just say I was bawling. I really don't want to give too much away, but I will say that Disney's Believe is not to be missed! After the show, we headed to The Enchanted Garden for our final supper and our "formal" night.
Everything on the menu at Enchanted Garden was light and refreshing. Honestly, after several days of eating, eating, eating, it was nice to have something on the simple side. Click here to find an Enchanted Garden menu.
For our starters, we each chose something different. I had North Atlantic Lobster Ravioli while Josh sampled the Avocado and Ahi Tuna Tower. Both were light and delicious. Then, we each had tomato bisque. After that, Josh had the prime rib while I munch on some delicious Chilean sea bass.
For dessert, Josh had a Bananas Foster Sundae and I fell in love with the chocolate torte. Then, our server, Branko, gave us a special anniversary dessert.
|Very, very sad.|
|Nemo's Reef, a sprinkler area for little babies.|
|Goodbye, kiddie slide.|
|Goodbye, Mickey pool.|
|Goodbye, Funnel Vision.|
|Goodbye, Nigel. Breaking up is hard to do, y'all.|
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