Breakfast at the Crystal Palace with my DCP Roommates!

Ready for breakfast, 10:30am.

When my roommates found out I was going to the Crystal Palace, we all started talking about doing a roommate breakfast!

And AMAZINGLY, we all were off on Tuesday AND there was an reservation available for a large group!

Breakfast brunch, $29.99

Our reservation was at 10:30am, so we carpooled together, parked over at the Contemporary and took the monorail over to the Magic Kingdom.

We all dressed up and wore our Mickey ears.  It was awesome!  I absolutely LOVE buffets and, luckily, so do my roommates.

While we were waiting for our table, we looked out over at the newly-expanded Castle Hub area and there was Mary Poppins! With no line!  We had to go say hi!

Meeting Mary Poppins

She was so sweet and told us all to get some tea at the Crystal Palace.

Breakfast time!
My breakfast.

The best part of this meal was the deep fried French toast, covered in sugar! YUM!!!  I also really liked the fajita scrambled eggs.  And the Mickey Waffles, of course!

As if this meal could not get any better, while we were eating Winnie the Pooh arrived to say hello!

Meeting Winnie the Pooh
Me and Winnie

I wore my Parkbound button that says: “There’s a rumbly in my tumbly”. Pooh loved it!

Eeyore was so sad but so cute.

Eyeore having a sad day.
Piglet signing my autograph book next.

He drew some sad rain clouds and a heart in my autograph book!


Tigger was hysterical!  He came up to me and literally growled in my ear! haha! I’ve never experienced that before!

So cute!!!

After brunch, we stopped and took some great photos together in front of Cinderella Castle.

My roommates are super fun!


I just have to say how much I LUCKED OUT with these great roommates!  I absolutely love living with all seven of them and I’m so glad the DCP put us together. ❤

To read more about my crazy 3 reservations in 1 day, click here: Be Our Guest Lunch and here: Crystal Palace Dinner.


DAK pin trading (2)
Working the Pin Board at DAK.

Two Girls and a Mouse Tale

   by Elly Collins & Caroline Collins

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Book link on  Two Girls and a Mouse Tale


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