The Old Key West boat dock is at Pleasure Island, but there isn’t much there for the kids. So we headed over to Marketplace and our first stop was here. That’s right the Lego Store. John is a big Lego fan and enjoyed looking around here. It was a bit stressful for me because it was too crowded to keep my eye on both boys at the same time and they kept separating. No one got permanently lost, however. Michael insisted on building a car for the racetrack they run outside the entrance. Amazingly I didn’t take a picture of it. It was overcrowded and quite chaotic. Anyway after leaving the Lego Store we headed over to the World of Disney. You’d think I would have a harder time keeping track of the boys here than the Lego Store because of its size, but I actually did a better job. Of course we didn’t leave empty handed. There was something for each of us. For me: I love me some photos. For John: This was the Stitch he’d seen earlier in the day at Mission Space. For Michael: He loves his Plutos. After leaving the World of Disney we headed to our favorite place in Downtown Disney. Goofy’s Candy Company. Who doesn’t love a store with merchandise like this? It’s sad they no longer include the Make Your Owns Treats on the Disney Dining Plan, but some things are worth paying OOP for. Here is the CM dipping Michael’s choice. Here are the final products (displayed back at our room later that evening.) Our tummys were rumbling a bit so we decided to use some CS credits for dinner. I had a place in mind I’d never been before. We headed over to Wolfgang Puck Express and we didn’t regret it. This place is such an awesome deal on the DDP. We used 3 CS credits, but the OOP cost would have been $50. (And that is with 2 kids’ meals.) Plus we had a server taking care of us. Here are the boys showing off their recent purchases. The value on the DDP and the service would have been enough to impress me, but the food was incredible too. Here is the veggie pizza I had. My mouth waters just looking at that! This is a great place which I can highly recommend. After our wonderful dinner we headed into the Christmas store so I could get an ornament from this year for our Disney tree. (Yes we have a Christmas tree decorated entirely with Disney stuff.) I found the perfect ornament to commemorate the trip. This will help me remember all of the fun us Pirate kids had at Disney on our own. We were all shopped out so we decided to head back to the resort. On the way out the boys wanted a picture with these guys. And Michael ran through a fountain and got himself a little wet. Can’t you just see the mischief in his eye in this picture? In hindsight I wish we would have walked back to Pleasure Island and caught the boat. But we were right by the bus stop so we just headed over there. We waited for over 20 minutes until a bus arrived which wasn’t a big deal except we spent it smelling bus fumes. We could have spent it floating down the river. Oh well. Eventually a bus showed up and we made it back to Old Key West. We went for a quick swim and then hunkered down for the night. Wendy was coming back the next day and we were excited to hear her report.