San Angel Inn for dinner on our last night
San Angel Inn for dinner on our last night
Celebrating Disney's Animal Kingdom
We always seem to visit the Rainforest Café for lunch or dinner whilst at Downtown Disney. Is that really Disney related? :S
On the last morning of our trip to the World, my husband and I like to eat a big breakfast and drink real coffee at Spoodles. I'm sorry Spoodles is gone, but I'm looking forward to trying Kouzzina's.
When we're at Epcot, we plan our day around the schedule for the Voices of Liberty. Hearing them brings tears to my eyes every time. Beautiful songs.
"It's the truth, it's actual...everything is satisfactual!"
my family tradition is we have to ride a certain ride in each park:
DAK- Festivel of the Lion King
HS- Muppet vision 3-d
we ALWAYS have to see/ride these when were in that park. Never gets boring.
Faith is my name, disney is my...obsession
Since Pluto is no longer a planet. I think Mickey should be the new one.
My family has a lot of "Disney traditions" but I two and particular come to mind:
1. When my sister and brother and I were little, on our first trip to the Magic Kingdom, my mother had our silhouettes cut. 10 years later when my littlest brother was born, he had his silhouette cut as well. My mom says that all her future grand kids will also have their silhouettes cut. There's still a place around to do this, right?
2. A new family tradition: back in 2006, on a trip my family took for my graduation from University and my sister's graduation from Medical School, we did our normal visit to The Country Bear Jamboree. I had always loved this attraction, but this time was amazing because, well, Henry's eyebrow was completely broken and hanging down into his face, making him hilarious looking. Our family was the only one who seemed to be amused by this (not to mention we were basically the only ones inside at the time) but ever since then, this has become my family's favorite attraction and we will probably not ever watch it again without curving our pointer finger all oddly over our eyes and wiggling it pitifully back in forth to mimic Henry's broken eyebrow.
The dream that you wish will come true.
Kinda of silly but we all wave to Mickey when we go under the WDW sign.
Spending the last day in MK and after sundown eating ice cream after every ride...it is a challenge.
Disney World is not just a place, but an experience.
Back in the world for the 2013 Marathon Weekend!
Eating breakfast at the main street bakery on the first morning of any WDW trip... what a way to start the vaca off...
1. We go to the All-Star Resorts in which many traditions were made and I wrote all of them, my post would be a novel. One of them is to jump on the checkers at the Toy Story building
2. My parents and I have a ping pong tournament. This strarted a couple years ago when we found out of a beautiful and magical thing called a Community Center. They are at most of the DVC resorts. At Saratoga Springs they have a ping pong table. Its so much fun! Community Centers are great, warm (especially good if its freezing out side like it was for us because we usually go down to Disney at christmas), and the cast members were so nice. My brother is very, very hyper and they were so nice to him and played with him. We alse played Wii there. It was just so fun, so know we make sure we go to the Community Center every trip!
on our first day in the magic kingdom it is a must to stop for lunch at casey's corner, sit on the white wire chairs, watch people feed th birds next to the do not feed the birds sign, and watch whatever castle show is going on. We also make sure we are at Magic Kingdom on our last day, its the proper way to say goodbye to Disney World
Before buying an AP, and not wanting to burn a park admission on arrival/departure days, we would start with a walk around the AKL
and dinner at Boma and end the trip with DTD and Earl of Sandwich.
Now, still start with Boma then try to make Wishes, and on the last morning
a quick swing through Future World. then DTD.
We've got a few traditions:
When we first arrive and check-in, we always hop on the Resort Monorail and take a loop around.
We always stay at The Polynesian for all or most of our trip.
We always make the Magic Kingdom the first Park we visit.
And we always do the Hoop Dee Doo Revue and The Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show.
"America, keep on flying now. Keep your spirit free. Facing new frontiers."
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