Last month, I was honored to attend the Chimpanzee Red Carpet Event with some awesome mom bloggers. We were given a Disney World Park Hopper ticket and set free in the parks for a full day-without the kiddos! We split up into a few groups and headed out. I spend the day with Christie, Emily, and Bret. Our first stop was Animal Kingdom to ride the Everest Roller Coaster. I’m a HUGE coaster fan- and I absolutely LOVED this ride. Fast-yes, exciting-yes, and it didn’t make me dizzy 🙂 That’s my kind of ride.
If you enjoy roller coasters, I highly recommend this ride. I don’t get to ride roller coasters like this when I take the kids to the park, half are too little, and one of my older kids is still a little nervous about coasters. So this was a great time to ride!
Next we headed to grab some YUMMY cupcakes. Hopefully my kids don’t read this post and see that mommy had cupcakes for BREAKFAST:
If you have the chance to go to Animal Kingdom, be sure to stop at the Kusafiri Coffee Shop and Bakery and grab a cupcake-they are $3.99 – and worth every single penny. Promise! You will NOT be disappointed. By the way, don’t you think this Disney employee is stunning? I told her she needs to apply to be a princess at Disney or heck-head to L.A.! She is beautiful!
We park hopped and had a wonderful time at the parks. We went from Animal Kingdom to Magic Kingdom, then headed to Hollywood Studios. At Magic kingdom, I HAD to ride my all-time favorites. It’s just a tradition I can’t miss – the People Mover and the Carousel of Progress. And don’t forget Pirates of the Caribbean.
Let’s not forget the FOOD. Check out some of the yummy treats we found. Plus I added a photo of my delicious reuben I grabbed for lunch.
The last ride we went on was Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster at Hollywood Studios. I think the photo says it all:
Want to hear even more about our trip? Check out these awesome blog post about our day from my friend Christie at Average Moms Wear Capes !
Disclosure: I received a complimentary Disney World park hopper during a Disney Bloggers Event. However, I was not influenced in anyway. The opinions in the post are 100% mine.