The most guaranteed way to see Pooh is to go to a meal at the Crystal Palace in the Magic Kingdom, so we made a reservation for 3:20 PM.
We arrived at the Magic Kingdom around 10 in the morning and went to a FP+ kiosk to make some fast passes. Our first ride was through Buzz Lightyear, one of my favorites. I didn't make a very good score, but we had fun.
Next we rode the People Mover.
By this time we were ready for a coffee break so we walked into Fantasy Land to Gaston's Tavern. I remembered the cinnamon rolls from my visit last year. Certainly one was enough for the two of us. Take a look at the size of it in the photo below.
Our next stop was the Liberty Belle boat ride.
Here is a more typical river picture.
When leaving we saw ropes up, looking like a parade was coming. I didn't think there was an afternoon parade, but a cast member told me it would be at 3 PM. Then about two minutes later I asked again, and another cast member told me it was "more like a celebration" and would be along around 2:20. So we decided to wait. Finally an announcement came explaining it would be the MVP from the Super Bowl -- you know, "So and So, what are you are doing next? I'm going to Disney World. "
Leaving the restaurant we stumbled into a Celebration Street Parade.
From this parade we walked to the Winnie the Pooh ride, where we had to stand in line for bit. The new FP+ system which is supposed to be better actually made us stand in more lines than the former system. After that we did Small World again, and then used a Fast Pass to ride Peter Pan.
We were getting tired and headed back to the resort for an evening of rest. A great day at the Magic Kingdom!