We came upon this "toy soldier" while trying to find a location to eat. He was barking orders to some other toy soldiers while a crowd watched on. I don’t know what his mission was, but if I was them it’d have been my mission to get out of the bright sun and 90+ heat before I melted into a green puddle.
While at Hollywood Studios, B’s parents bought a snack for themselves and shared it with the boys. Their snack was a small bag of pretzels. Of course, this *is* Disney World, so the pretzels were shaped like Mickey’s head. Not just simple mouse ears, though, but his entire face. Nice touch.
Ok, technically, these are two photos, but they are from one shirt we saw at a shop in Hollywood Studios. No, I didn’t buy it, but I was tempted to.
While walking from the Magic Kingdom to the Contemporary resort for dinner (more on that later), we saw many of these tiles on the ground. Most just contained the names of the people that bought the tiles. This one (and a couple others that I found) contained a proposal. I felt the need to take a photo of it as it seemed like a truly great idea for a proposal. Kudos to Darren, and I hope Tanya said yes.
There were a few of these balloon vendors along Main Street in the Magic Kingdom. She looked like adding one more balloon would cause her to float away.