Character breakfast at Goofy’s Kitchen at the Disneyland Hotel with a group hug from Pluto, The Chef!
Last night Rich and 12-year old son were tired and achy and went on to the room from Disneyland. As I left Disneyland’s turnstyles after “Wishes” I think I saw, entering, Geraldo Rivera of FOX News Channel entering for some late night fun with his family. I’m fairly certain it was him, his hair us salt and pepper greying, certain type of haircut and nose profile. More “magic” to see a celeb there, but i’d rather it was Johnny Depp!
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Time for breakfast!
Above, pictures of us with Pluto, taken by the Disney photographer with our iPhones. To the left, the same pose using the photographer’s camera, as it looks in the frame. We liked it so much we bought it. We also had Disney add it to our Disney PhotoPass PhotoCD.
Goofy was there, of course, with plenty of his Character friends — many of whom were different than we saw last time.
Goofy surprised Michael, looking very relaxed leaning on the back of the booth.
I tried not to look too Goofy!
Mulan posed with us, too.
Baloo looks like he’s about to pounce on Michael — or was that his food?
Both Chip and Dale were there.
Alive was charming with her British accent.
Here’s Goofy, re-entering after a break, coming from a Cast Member area.
Oops! Goofy made alot of noise dropping all those pots and pans. He was making his specialty: a mess!
The commotion attracted attention, and soon kids were dancing with Goofy and his pals.
Not everything was perfect at Goofy’s Kitchen, however. The booth we were assigned to needs to have obvious holes in the padded seat and back fixed.
Other parts of Goofy’s Kitchen looked great!
There’s even a semi-private dining area.
Fine art is on the walls:
Outside, major changes were being made to the area seen from inside Goofy’s Kitchen — so major that construction walls were put up to hide most of the work from view.
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