Day 3, on our trip to Disney World, was spent at Epcot. While I complained heavily the first trip we took to Disney, that we had to waste a WHOLE day in Epcot, where there's nothing fun to do, I ceased my complaining this time around. I just knew we would have another exceptional day at this park. And I was not disappointed. While I do feel that our family could not spend more than one day here, it's always a day well spent. The very best thing about this park is that there is a place to go to see, get autographs and take pictures of all the main Disney characters such as Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald & Pluto. I think we waited in line for 30 minutes and then we got to see them ALL. Totally worth it. This is not something we really got an opportunity to do anywhere else. The Magic Kingdom is the worst park to go to get autographs. You can only imagine the lines there. No. Fricking. Way. Kids. This park is also much less crowded and just overall, the most beautiful park that Disney has. The gardens are just gorgeous. The fountains are not only pretty but entertaining for the kids as the water "hops" around. The kids really enjoyed trying to time how often the water "hopped" by so they could be sure to be standing directly where it hit and could get soaked. Hadley managed to get hit on the edge of her hand and collapsed into a giggling fit. At the end of the day, we were all deliriously happy and full of ice cream.