Just a few pictures from the honeymoon... Greg and I had a great time. Eight days of Disney, tons of thunderstorms, lots of Mickey, Mickey, Mickey, and good food.
(Cruise pictures to come soon!)
This is the badge they gave us to wear around the parks. We got lots of "Congratulations!" from cast members and park visitors, which made our honeymoon that much more fun.
One of the dinasour rides... Ya, I'm a little kid. It's not as scary if you cover your eyes and peek out from between your fingers. And no, we didn't know there was a camera, so this is pure Ashley. Haha.
Greg had turkey legs on his mind from day one. He ended up getting four throughout the trip, but I couldn't resist snapping a photo on this day at Hollywood Studios.
Us in front on the castle at Magic Kingdom. Notice the hats - bride and groom Mickey ears. I thought they'd be fun, and Greg loved the idea. Little did I know he intended to get his money's worth - he made us wear them every day for two weeks. :) Love it...
Another castle shot...
Greg and I at Epcot. The Mission to Mars and Test Track rides were fun, and we even did the Kim Possible games in the Worlds. They were a lot of fun to walk through, but unfortunately a thunderstorm rolled in on our second day at Epcot, and we never got to have dinner at Germany. Next time?!
Thunder Mountain railroad at Magic Kingdom. Greg insisted on leaving his hat on, but mine kept falling off on the rides.
The great thing about Disney is you can be a kid... If only for the reason that you'll never see anyone at the parks ever again. Haha. No one to tell stories on you.... unless, of course, there's pictures to prove it. (Sorry babe!) Who can resist ice cream on a hot day, though? Especially when it's Mickey shaped. (Hollywood Studios)