Once we got back up to the room, we grabbed our bag, our ears, and we were on our way!!! We went down to the lobby where I asked a very nice lady in a very nice suit (some kind of manager of something) where the busses were. I think that the bus stop location at Animal Kingdom Lodge is a bit confusing!! She gave us directions, and out the door we went! Once we got to the bus stop we noticed that there were several families already waiting for the Magic Kingdom bus, so we gathered with them, and waited. And waited. And Waited. More and more families started lining up behind us, and about 25 minutes later an almost full bus rolled around! We were lucky enough to get on the bus, and soon enough we were rolling up to the most magical bus stop!! Before we could go in though, we had to stop at guest services to purchase our Armed Forces Salute tickets! I was so impressed with the way that they handle this line! One person greets you at the beginning, and then when you get to the front of the line, there is another person who guides you to the next open window! It was such an organized process that the line didn’t seem so bad at all! I was so excited to be back, and Josh and I just stopped for a moment when we saw this sign to really appreciate that we are lucky enough to be able to travel to Disney on a regular basis. Josh grabbed my hand and lead me into the Magic Kingdom! Much to our surprise, the Magic Kingdom was still in full Christmas mode! Josh spotted this guy right away, and wanted a photo! We wandered around a bit by the train station, looking at some of the decorations. We started to head down Main St. stopping to enjoy the Main St. residents harassing some passing families. I politely asked the Mayor if I could have a photo with him. He was more than happy to oblige me! After the mayor, I wanted another photo!! After our photo, we were lectured by the very wonderful woman about never going to bed angry, and that we were still very much in honeymoon phase. She point blank told us that we may not always like each other, but we will always love each other. Before we go much farther into the story, I have to admit something. I became obsessed with the trolley on this trip. We were going to ride it or die trying. Anywho, we continued down Main St, and we stopped to grab our photopass, and our first photopass picture of the trip! I love when people share their bad photos, so in the spirit, I try to do the same! Here is one that is pretty interesting! Wonder why my eyes were closed? As we approached the hub I saw it. THE TROLLEY!!!!! Not only was the trolley stopped so you could take photos, there was a photopass person right next to it!!!!! Castle and Horsey in the same photo? YES PLEASE!!!!! I put the wrong border on this, but thought I would share it anyway, because it looks cute with the border At this point I was skipping around like a toddler, and Josh was just trying to keep me from getting killed by a passing stroller. Of course on our way to Tomorrow Land we had to stop and get a few more fun photopass photos!! AND NOW, THE RETURN OF JOSH’S “SURPRISED FACE” This face has earned some great comments in the past! And now, his handsome face with a wonderful smile! On the bridge to Tomorrow Land Once we had these photos on the photopass, I knew it was time to take a photo of the back of the card. (remember this, it becomes important). As we headed over the bridge we were on a mission. We needed to defeat the evil Zurg!!!! Josh beyond creamed me, but we both had a great time! We stopped to get Josh a fun photo with Zurg! On the way out we grabbed a set of fastpasses to come back later! We also spied this fun little guys! We then spent about 45 minutes trying to figure out if they were offering trolley rides that that, and if they were, where we could get one. Once I gave up for the time being, we hopped onto the train, to catch a quick ride to Frontier Land!! On the train we met a sweet couple who’s picture I took. They offered to take one of us as well!