This was our annual Christmas trip (third year) to visit Lake Lanier and the Magical Night of Lights. Thankfully the rain stopped so we could enjoy the carnival/pony rides in addition to seeing all the light displays....the weather had warmed up so we were thrilled. I especially enjoyed the new Live Nativity scene that was added to the "Magical Light" attraction. After enjoying the carnival rides, we treated ourselves to some snacks.....caramel apple was delicious, the pizza was fresh/hot, the burger was big/juicy, the popcorn was fresh/tasty, and my husband tried the cinnamon glazed cashews which he enjoyed.....the prices were about the same as buying snacks at the movie theater. Normally we'd previously visited on New Year's Eve (less crowded) but this year we decied to go on Dec. 21...more people in wet weather = more foot traffic to the restroom = needed more attention - but we survived and it didn't ruin our visit. We stayed at the Legacy Lodge for a night and when we arrived back, parking was a bit challenging with other people being there for other functions vs. actual guests with room reservations. I purhased the holiday package so my son could have "Breakfast with Santa"; I assumed Santa would be at the Windows Legacy Lodge Restaurant in the morning when we arrived to eat at 9am. The communication at check-in as well as on my reservation did not indicate Santa would be in another room for the breakfast. So, as we were eating our breakfast at Windows, thankfully I heard the waitress tell someone else that Santa was actually in another room for the breakfast down the hall and around the corner. We finished our meal and eventually found the room with Santa, since we'd already eaten, my son just wanted to see/speak to Santa -- so it worked out. Next time I'll know what to expect.