By day four, we had tired of the doughnuts and pop tarts (hubby did make pancakes one morning, but there was no meat or eggs or fruit or anything along with it.) We stayed our last night at Santa's Lodge and were looking forward to the breakfast buffet in St. Nick's Restaurant that we'd had on previous trips. There are quite a few selections - scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, hash browns, french toast sticks, pancakes, biscuits and gravy, cereal and fruit. It was much enjoyed before we headed out for a horseback ride at Santa's Stables. They are open later in the day, also, and they do offer a dinner buffet.
After we ate, we walked out the side door and down to the pond where there were some gigantic goldfish to feed. The turtles even swam up for some pancakes and biscuits. There's a bowl beside the register inside the restaurant marked "Fish Food" and you can take some out for feeding. The boys enjoyed it.
The night before we took a little time to visit the outdoor pool as it was very warm and humid. It was a nice, clean pool with lots of green around it.
I also made the kids hop into the sleigh in the lobby for a picture. I consider it a score if I can get one out of the four to smile. :) It think i got two.
And, what would Santa's Lodge be without Santa himself?