Ride Carousel of Progress and sing along to "There's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow" as loud as you can... assuming you can sing of course
"It's kind of fun to do the impossible." - Walt Disney
"Adults are just grown up kids, anyway." -Walt Disney
(((Por favor mantangense alejado de las puertas )))
*My Visits*1988 - Polynesian Resort*1991- Port Orleans*1992- Port Orleans*1994- Wilderness Lodge*1995- Caribbean Beach*1997- Boardwalk*1998- Old Key West*1999- All- Star Movies*2000- Wilderness Lodge*2000- Caribbean Beach*2001- Wilderness Lodge*2001- Port Orleans Riverside*2001- Coronado Springs*2002 - Boardwalk*2003 - Contemporary*2003 - Caribbean Beach*2003 - All Star Sports & Music*2004- Grand Californian (DL)*2004 - Boardwalk*2005 - Boardwalk*2006 - Wilderness Lodge*2007- Boardwalk*2007 - Wilderness Lodge*2008 - Saratoga Springs*2009 - Off Site*2011 - Bay Lake Tower/Boardwalk Villas*February, 2012 - POFQ
One Man's Dream. Take your time, it's worth it.
Spend an afternoon riding boats, buses and monorails. Oh the sights you will see!
Lastly,one word. Beverly.
BareFozzie in the box
You really need to try to make reservations for the California Grill at the Contemporary Hotel for night and watch the fireworks from there private balcony. It's truly breathtaking and such a wonderful change to see fireworks from above it all. The food at the Contemporary is wonderful. It's a once in a lifetime treat or maybe 2 times hehe. Also try to go to the Polynesian one night and watch the Water Pagent and Fireworks from their beach. It's really really a must at least once. Visit the Deluxe Hotels take a day when it's really hot and use the hottest time of the day and take a boat ride to Grand Floridian Hotal & Fort Wilderness Hotel. The boat rides are refeshing and also gives a different perspective of the area. It's truly wonderful. There are so so many things to do at Disney, if anyone ever says they are bored it's their own fault for sure. Hope you like these ideas..I have some more.
We always text jokes in to the Monsters Inc Laugh Floor. We almost always get ours chosen. It makes an otherwise silly attraction very anticipated. By the way we are grown men not little kids. We tell better jokes and, yes, old men can text too.
Well, considering last year was the the first year my family and I have stayed inside the parks. The must do for me, is to stay as late as you can for whatever part of the world you are in. We hit all the parks with the extra magic hours, but for some reason Hollywood studios stuck out for me. The park felt like it was made night exploration.
Hey Guys, im back. You probably didn't notice i was gone. After i got back from disney, i kinda grew outta Disney
but iv been watching my video recording of the holiday n im full of Disney happiness
Its good to be back
We like to step back in time and take the leisurely cruise on the Riverboat in Liberty Square, listen to the chug of the steam engine and the spiel as we cross the Rivers of America.
We have to have ice cream on Main Street, hot tea during Wishes. We like to watch Wishes from the crossover from Tomorrowland, right under Tink's flyover. TTA at night is a must do everytime. DHS we have to go to the "Hat" and the Lake. AK, Kilamanjaro everytime, and at Epcot, Kidcots, always.
There are some ride must dos, but that is for another thread.
P.U.S.H.-A mantra MOST will not understand.
Disney rocks, Walt was a genius.
One of my very favorite things to do when I was a cast member was head over to the Poly beach and find a hammock and just lay there.....its the most relaxed I think I have ever been.
Walt Disney World College Program Alumni - 2003
*Currently doing everything I possibly can to go back
to work at WDW.
1989 - Off Property, First Trip to WDW
1994 - Polynesian Resort
2000 - Off Property
2003 - Walt Disney World College Program, Merchandise Hostess, Disney-MGM Studios
2004 - Off Property
2006 - Boardwalk
2007 - Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa
2009 - Coronado Springs, Got engaged at WDW!!!
February 2010 - Wilderness Lodge
December 2010 - Caribbean Beach
February 2011 - 4-night Disney Cruise on the Disney Dream
2012 - Disney Wedding!!!
Ride the TTA at night with all the neon in Tomorrowland.
... Now that sounds like the thing to do in Magic Kingdom to relax and take it all in...
Epcot... Has got to be sitting by the fountains while the water show is going...
Animal Kingdom... Kilimanjaro Safari's
Hollywood Studios... Take it easy and watch Gene Kelly Singin in the Rain at The Great Movie Ride...
The Lion King Show at AK
Pictures with the characters
I love going to the EMH at night. Especially the one's til about 3 AM!
Spectromagic is my favorite parade!
- Must take the Monorail from MK to EPCOt (I know there is the pesky trnasfer at the transportation hub, but you all know what I mean)
- Must take the monorail trail and do a stop at each of the monorail resorts
- Must take a boat somewhere, either from EPCOT to DHA or froma resort to Down Town Disney
- Must rent a surry bike, those are great
- Must have a Mickey Rice Crispy treat
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