We got to Hollywood Studios just after it opened. We headed right over to the Tower of Terror for Lilypad Dad and Auntie La, while I headed over to the Rockin' RollerCoaster for some FastPasses. Since the Beauty and the Beast show was about to start soon, we headed over to wait and got great seats. Lilypad Princess was fascinated by the show, I think we're going to have to start taking her to some local plays. She sat completely still, taking in every character and song.
Nana and I waiting for the show
LP waiting for the show to start
When the show was over, Auntie La and I headed to the Rockin Rollercoaster. I don't think I have ever seen (or been on) anything that takes of that quickly! Once that was done we all met back up and headed over to Hollywood and Vine restaurant for the Playhouse Disney Character lunch. I was very pleasantly surprised by how good the food was, and LP was so excited to meet June and Leo. The characters (JoJo and Goliath as well as June and Leo, came by the table one at a time about every 10 minutes. There were lots of big hugs, signatures in the autograph book, and more hugs. Every 15 minutes the characters would gather in the middle of the restaurant to dance with the kids. Lilypad Princess danced around the tables in a conga line holding hands with Leo, and was taken from and to the table by June.
While Nana, PopPop, and Auntie La went off on one of the grown-up rides, Lilypad Dad and I took LP to the Honey I Shrunk the Kids playground. LP wasn't too sure of the gigantic grass, ant, film, and dog nose at first, but quickly got into the fun (ok, she never liked the dog nose). Her favorite part was climbing through the spider web, she wore out both Lilypad Dad and me going through it.
Lilypad Dad got a chocolate cake during a snack break for everyone to share. LP liked the idea of the chocolate cake, but didn't actually eat any of it.